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AAIS' Esmond: Connected Tech Poised to Revamp Inland Marine Sector

Truman Esmond, vice president, American Association of Insurance Services, said data from connected sensors and other devices will allow insurers to focus coverage, for example, on individual items in a cargo load.
May 22, 2018

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