QBE North America is partnering with a technology company to use its software for recognizing ergonomics issues in the workplace. Aclaimant released new technology designed to help its work safety clients more proactively reduce risk. Digital broker Pathpoint added a new capability allowing independent retail agents to access multiple cyber quotes from multiple carriers, through a single online application.
QBE North America is partnering with VelocityEHS to offer its Humantech Industrial Ergonomics software as a service.
This software delivers AI-based sensorless motion-capture technology to QBE customers, enabling them to recognize employee ergonomics issues in the workplace in real time.
With embedded artificial intelligence informed by decades of professional analytical ergonomics experience, the product available virtually or via onsite consultations. Once a report is generated, QBE’s Global Risk Services’ consulting team can provide tailored programs to help prevent worker injuries, the company said.
To use the technology, a video would be taken of an operator performing a job or task. That video would be uploaded to the Humantech Industrial Erconomics software. Computer vision and artificial intelligence recognizes body segments and records joint angles, frequencies, and durations of the postures during movement. Results come in minutes, and then the output displays a skeletal overlay on the original video and indicates the risk levels in colored lines.
Aclaimant, a technology company focused on workflow-related safety and risk management, released new technology designed to work with its platform to help users reduce risk with “powerful suggestions and predictions.”
Dubbed Aclaimant Insights, the products uses artificial intelligence and predictive modeling to help employers and their teams more proactively manage risk and safety where workplace hazards are an issue.
Aclaimant Insights offers enhanced risk evaluation and prevention, data augmentation and predictive modeling, early intervention, work prioritization support and fraud or outlier identification, the company said.
Digital broker Pathpoint said it has now added a new capability allowing independent retail agents to access multiple cyber quotes from multiple carriers, through a single online application.
The process also lets agents generate quotes with only 9 underwriting questions.
As well, agents can now access best-in-class international carriers, including surplus lines markets that aren’t traditionally accessible to retailers. There is also a single standardized online application and question set that all underwriters accept, developed in collaboration with global Cyber carriers.
Pathpoint uses the new cyber quoting product through its online platform.
Sources: QBE North America, Aclaimant, Pathpoint