Loveland Innovations Awarded 2nd Patent for Drone Aerial Ima…

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Loveland Innovations, a developer of drone options for the property and casualty insurance coverage trade, has introduced it has been awarded a second patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The patent advances the style during which aerial imagery, used for the needs of figuring out and estimating roof injury, is captured. The strategy positions the drone in a means that limits potential picture distortion and lays the groundwork for additional picture seize strategies that may speed up the usage of aerial imagery in established insurance coverage workflows.

“Our team has more than 200 combined years of experience in developing technology solutions for insurance,” says Jim Loveland, CEO and Founder of Loveland Innovations. “By drawing on this wealth of experience, and through listening to key industry players, we’re vastly improving the industry’s approach to capturing aerial images for the claims process in ways above and beyond advances in hardware. The speed in which we continue to receive patents from the USPTO is a tremendous testament to our unique skill set and incredibly innovative approach as a company. This latest patent is one of many of our planned steps forward for insurance-focused drone solutions.”

The issuance of patent quantity 9,734,397 comes months after Loveland Innovations’ first patent, which covers superior picture capturing strategies in addition to in-app applied sciences that makes performing drone inspections easy for insurance coverage professionals.

You can discover extra details about Loveland Innovations right here.

Frank Schroth is editor in chief of DroneLife, the authoritative supply for information and evaluation on the drone trade: it’s folks, merchandise, traits, and occasions.
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