How Will We Get to the Self-Driving Future?

 

And what should the insurance industry be doing to prepare?

The Highway Loss Data Institute estimates that it could take upwards of 30 years for full adoption of safety technology in the automotive industry.

As safety features advance, the direct human influence on the moving vehicle will shrink. Each year we will see a shifting ratio of human-driven and autonomous vehicles on the road together.

In this episode of The Insurance Nerdery, Amber explores this overlap between human drivers and autonomous vehicles.

About John Bachmann

John has a strong passion for helping people help people. In his roles within claims leadership, he has been able to live that passion through mentoring, coaching, evaluating, and recognizing the talents of licensed insurance adjusters. He has been fortunate enough to lead award-winning teams of insurance professionals that handle multiple lines of coverage including general liability, product liability, homeowner, and automobile claims. He has also had the opportunity to lead as well as participate in cross-functional capacities focusing on the improvement of the customer experience. John also co-hosts "The Insurance Nerdery, an Insurance Nerds Production"

2 thoughts on “How Will We Get to the Self-Driving Future?”

    • Leave it to The Bill Wilson to take it to the next level! Spot on analogies across the board. Also a really intriguing – and somewhat eerie – point on the potential dehumanization of an industry that has been built around the human and the risks that each of our daily humanity presents. Thanks so much for sharing your insight!

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.