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It’s a Bird. It’s a Plane. It’s a …

The sky is getting more crowded these days and it’s not due to the summer travel season. We are sharing our airspace with the now ubiquitous Unmanned Aircraft Systems, generally referred to as drones. Read on to learn the advantages of drones for business.

White Paper Summary

Drones can be seen all across the United States flying, hovering, and circling in cities, parks, rural areas, and just about anywhere there is open sky.

The advantages of using drones for business are many and varied, including the delivery of packages to customers, scientific research applications, firefighting, film production, aerial surveying, exploration of high hazard areas, and law enforcement/security.  The increased use of drones poses a unique challenge for risk managers as they evaluate their respective risk profiles.  In addition, as drones are a dynamic and evolving phenomena, compliance exposures exist as rules and regulations continue to change or are clarified over time.


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The General Insurance Group is the largest business segment within the Old Republic Insurance Group and specializes in the property & casualty marketplace. Each company focuses on a select segment, offering specialized insurance coverages or specializing by industries. This is our competitive advantage. While collectively we offer a full suite of risk management and insurance solutions, our expertise in unique industry segments is unsurpassed. We serve large corporations with complex risks, small and mid-sized companies, and consumers with home and auto warranty offerings.

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