EagleView + Betterview: CATastrophe Response

CATastrophe Response System

By combining EagleView’s ultra high-resolution aerial imagery with Betterview’s industry-leading property intelligence, P&C insurers can expedite their disaster response and be ready when their customers need them the most.

  • Optimize CAT resource allocation
  • Proactively alert agents, adjusters, and policyholders
  • Triage policies before boots hit the ground
  • Help customers recover quickly
  • Start the claims process before FNOL
  • More accurately predict losses
Proactively, Rapidly, and Accurately Respond to CAT Events
  • Identify Vulnerability

    Identify at-risk properties in your portfolio that are within the event area, along with maximum exposure value.

  • Predict Impact

    Predict potential losses with computer vision and Betterview’s peril vulnerability scores before the damages even occur.

  • Quantify Damage

    Computer vision automatically analyzes ‘before’ and ‘after’ event property imagery from EagleView and flags damaged properties to quantify real losses.

  • Recover Faster

    Enhance customer and agent satisfaction and expedite recovery – start the claims process before FNOL and triage policies.

EagleView’s Disaster Response Aerial Imagery
Quick Capture

Our planes are in the air as soon as we can safely fly and imagery is delivered as quickly as possible.

Clear and Detailed Imagery

Using our sophisticated cameras and sensors, we capture clear imagery at sub 3″ GSD.

Historical Data

With the oldest Gray Sky program in the industry, we offer nearly two decades of historical imagery.

Betterview CAT Response System
Efficiently Allocate CAT Resources

Strategically stage your claims response teams in areas with a high number of predicted-damage properties, before damage happens.

Help Customers Recover Quickly

Proactively reach out to customers and jump-start the claims process before the first notice of loss.

Predict Claims Losses in Near Real-Time

Automatically detect damage of individual properties to allow for a more accurate and immediate understanding of real damages and losses.