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Building Attributes in 25+ Countries
Unlock valuable automated information on hundreds of millions of built structures in 25+ countries around the world. Building attributes are created and derived from the GIC’s Blue Sky collection in urban and many rural areas. Starting with location coordinates, insurers can access available attributes for the closest building or structure using the GIC’s signature endpoints (APIs, and Viewer). And because aerial collections are matched against ground control points, members get a pixel-to-data match between imagery types, elevation data, and building attributes.
Superior Imagery for Accurate Output
How can you make the most of best-in-class aerial imagery for your PIFs? By applying machine learning to get accurate, highly detailed attributes for built structures. Multiple features help improve your visualization on a building, quickly identifying footprint, roof information, and defensible space.
High-res Imagery & Insights for High Return Property Reviews
Quickly analyze the many identified attributes along with the GIC’s high-resolution aerial imagery to help with underwriting, risk analysis, and claims management. Review risk and exposure on a building such as proximity of vegetation to the structure, whether a roof needs updating, and verify the exact location for a policy. This building information is available for current and past image collections.
Building Attributes is one of four Elements products. Below is the list of attribute information available for buildings, derived on our aerial imagery to help insurers make faster, more informed decisions.
- Footprint polygon
- Footprint area
- Ground elevation
- Roof condition
- Roof centroid location (wkt)
- Roof elevation
- Roof height
- Roof material
- Roof discoloration
- Roof shape
- Roof solar
- Tree cover over roof
- Defensible space report
- Primary structure
Unlock Powerful Insights for Your Entire Organization
The demand for reliable, accurate building attribute details only continues to grow for property and casualty insurers. It’s become a vital piece of policy life cycle, helping with:
Validate risk models and enhance predictive analytics with accurate building geometry
Identify how vulnerable a building is to damage from local terrain or other objects with building footprints
Proactively communicate to policy holders on roof condition before it becomes a major problem
Highlight potential risk to a property such as vegetation or other objects with defensible space information
Compare and identify changes to a built structure over time using building attributes on historical imagery
Reduce fraudulent claims payouts by validating addresses during first notice of loss
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