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Joe Wodark

Joe Wodark is vice president and general manager of Verisk's IoT & Telematics business. He can be contacted at jwodark@verisk.com.

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August 16, 2021

Frost & Sullivan honors Verisk's telematics platform in 2021 awards

The Verisk Data Exchange recognized as 2021 Company of the Year for Industry Excellence by Frost & Sullivan

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June 30, 2021

High-performance analytics empower telematics point-of-sale rating

Drive telematics-enabled pricing sophistication and robust risk segmentation with DrivingDNA at point-of-sale

Avoid Speedbumps
April 23, 2021

Connected cars pave the way for targeted growth and profitability in usage-based insurance

Turn connected cars into a new marketing channel that supports profitable growth in personal auto insurance by using telematics information for proactive prospecting.

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March 29, 2021

Hyundai telematics integration goes live on the Verisk Data Exchange

Auto insurers can now access driving behavior data from Hyundai through the Verisk Data Exchange to support usage-based insurance and telematics innovation.

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June 2, 2020

The price is right: Why telematics can be a game changer for nonstandard auto writers

Learn how nonstandard auto insurers can leverage telematics and usage-based insurance to improve their pricing performance.

Smart Home Insurance Solutions
March 19, 2018

Consumers win when builders of smart homes partner with insurers

As smart homes become self-taught, the knowledge they collect can stock a warehouse of data for the homeowner’s insurer, supporting tailored underwriting and pricing,…

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April 5, 2017

How insurers can join the smart home revolution

IoT experts Joe Wodark and Drew Doleski discuss ways that P/C insurers can leverage smart home data.

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March 6, 2017

Could this voice launch the smart home industry?

Without doubt, Amazon's A.I. assistant Alexa was the star of this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2017).

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April 1, 2015

The connected home: Implications for the insurance industry

A review of current smart home trends, challenges, and applications — and their implications for the insurance industry.

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February 15, 2015

Smart home data presents opportunities for insurance industry

Penetration of smart home systems in North American households will reach 16 percent by 2017, presenting opportunities for insurers to capitalize on data.