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Queclink Wrapped up Motor Insurance Telematics Conference in Amsterdam

Queclink just wrapped up the 3rd Annual Motor Insurance Telematics Conference, held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands during October 19-20. We successfully showcased our insurance telematics devices - now take a look at how they are affecting and applied in the motor insurance field!

 

'Maximize motor insurance effectiveness'

 

According to the Conference, UBI (usage-based insurance), thriving in Europe for over 10 years, has reduced the risks and claim costs, and thus helps insurers enhance the effectiveness of their business - thanks to the trend of  insurance telematics .

 

The Conference further discussed that this insurance telematics trend will continue to evolve, and be applied to autonomous vehicles. As a result, the driving safety and traffic convenience will be enhanced and costs of insurers will be greatly cut down.

 

And this is the trend Queclink has long been involved in. We have launched a series of insurance telematics products designed with diversified features, including the compact size, low battery consumption, self-installation and so on, to tackle various applications needed on different types of vehicles such as motorcycles and cars.

 

Queclink has also been an active player in the international market. Our insurance telematics products, with all certifications required, are sold and applied broadly in over 140 countries around the world. They are rapidly changing the motor insurance field, and bringing insurers to the 'maximum of effectiveness'.

 

Easy operation & Massive data

 

At the Conference, Queclink showcased plenty of products for telematics insurance usage, including the plug-and-play bespoken device and those standard ones for UBI applications. Queclink representatives have communicated and exchanged actively with clients and professional audience on site.

 

According to our representatives, Queclink insurance telematics devices are ‘collectors of reliable data via an easy operation’. They realize an all-around monitoring of vehicles - not only collect the real-time location information, but also record any harsh acceleration or braking behavior of the driver. All this data will be sent to the backend for the further analysis and exploitation of insurers.