Insuring Autonomous Vehicles 2018

A one day conference on how insurers can adapt to highly automated vehicle technologies and the growth of mobility-as-a-service

London 1 February

Really enjoyed the conference, very well run and great speakers

Volvo Cars

Great first time event with quality line-up and audience


One of the best conferences I’ve been to!


Understand how vehicle technology is transforming auto insurance

Over the coming decade cars, as we know them today, will evolve into semi-automated vehicles. Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are already expanding to offer safety and convenience features like automated driving in stop/go traffic, intelligent cruise control on the highway and self-parking. ADAS and driverless tech are transforming the auto insurance and product liability worlds.

Join us at Insuring Autonomous Vehicles 18 and you’ll get the inside track from automotive and insurance industry leaders as well as legal experts and regulators from 15+ countries.

Personal liability becomes product liability

Collisions will increasingly involve a mix of personal (human driver) and product (automaker & supplier) liability. The established ways of determining risk, pricing and claims will cease to be relevant. As accidents reduce, the overall size of the auto insurance market will likely shrink, triggering consolidation in the personal lines space, attracting new competitors and bringing about revolutionary changes within carriers.

Get the full picture at the IAV conference

Insurers need to act now to re-structure their offerings, differentiate themselves and gain a first-mover advantage in what will be a very different auto insurance market. With leading experts from the automotive and insurance worlds, the IAV conference will help you to deepen your understanding of the technologies that are coming, likely timescales and adoption rates, the impact on risk, liability and claims and strategies not only to survive, but to prosper.


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What to expect

Gain insights into likely adoption timescales and market penetration for the transition from ADAS to assisted driving, to full autonomy

Understand the risk implications of current ADAS technologies such as Emergency Brake Assist, Lane Keeping Systems and Adaptive Cruise Control

Learn how driver competency and training will be affected by the introduction of autonomous technologies

Develop new methodologies for determining responsibility for collisions when drivers, OEMs, software providers and others may all be at fault

Find out how costs might be shared when driver errors and vehicle automation systems failure both contribute to a collision

Evaluate the risks posed by cyber threats to connected and autonomous vehicles, in terms of theft, extortion and functional safety

Explore privacy and data protection considerations. Will vehicles have on-board devices to identify whether or not autonomous technology was engaged at the time of a collision? Will insurers be able to access this information?

Determine the impact on pricing, claims and accident repair costs

Discover how commercial lines could take a larger share, as private car ownership gives way to car sharing and mobility on demand services

Discuss ideas for innovative new product offerings in the personal auto and commercial fleet lines

Who attends?

  • Insurance Companies
  • Brokers & Intermediaries
  • Vehicle Manufacturers
  • Claims Specialists
  • Price Comparison Websites
  • Law Firms
  • Third Party Administrators
  • Software / App Developers
  • Management Consultants
  • Market Analysts


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