Data Science Innovation

‘AIDE can take a big step towards complete automation’

Jasper Mol

Project lead AIDE at Pipple

AIDE (Artificial Intelligence Damage Estimator) provides car damage estimation instantly on the basis of pictures provided by users, while being able to interact with the user in order to guarantee quality. The product is offered to insurance companies, which will be able to offer this service to their customers. AIDE provides a solution to the current long-lasting claim process, while reducing the cost.

Together with partners Achmea and Cefriel, Pipple is building an application which is able to assess car damage based on visual imagery, as provided by a user who has just been in an accident. Through advanced image recognition technology, damaged car parts can be identified and a severity assessment can be made within a very short time frame. Jasper Mol, project lead AIDE: “AIDE wil not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.”

AIDE will not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.

– Jasper Mol, Project lead AIDE at Pipple

Implementing AI technologies such as AIDE will reduce the effort from insurance companies and customers, and not only for car insurance. Other possible applications expand to for example the assessment of E-bikes, a vehicle which is more and more involved in serious accidents. First responses from the industry on AIDE are very positive and show the potential for broadening the scope to even more insurance applications. As such, the AIDE application, or as it will be known to the market: Bump-Out!, can take a big step towards complete modernization of the damage claims market.

This innovation project is powered by EIT Digital. At EIT Digital, a leading organization in digital transformation and innovation in Europe, the goal is simple: to advance European innovation by collaborating with different European partners in varying business areas. These partnerships create a product or start-up focused on a new, promising area of application by the use of state-of-the-art technologies.

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Jasper Mol

Project lead AIDE at Pipple

AIDE (Artificial Intelligence Damage Estimator) provides car damage estimation instantly on the basis of pictures provided by users, while being able to interact with the user in order to guarantee quality. The product is offered to insurance companies, which will be able to offer this service to their customers. AIDE provides a solution to the current long-lasting claim process, while reducing the cost.

Together with partners Achmea and Cefriel, Pipple is building an application which is able to assess car damage based on visual imagery, as provided by a user who has just been in an accident. Through advanced image recognition technology, damaged car parts can be identified and a severity assessment can be made within a very short time frame. Jasper Mol, project lead AIDE: “AIDE wil not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.”

AIDE will not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.

– Jasper Mol, Project lead AIDE at Pipple

Implementing AI technologies such as AIDE will reduce the effort from insurance companies and customers, and not only for car insurance. Other possible applications expand to for example the assessment of E-bikes, a vehicle which is more and more involved in serious accidents. First responses from the industry on AIDE are very positive and show the potential for broadening the scope to even more insurance applications. As such, the AIDE application, or as it will be known to the market: Bump-Out!, can take a big step towards complete modernization of the damage claims market.

This innovation project is powered by EIT Digital. At EIT Digital, a leading organization in digital transformation and innovation in Europe, the goal is simple: to advance European innovation by collaborating with different European partners in varying business areas. These partnerships create a product or start-up focused on a new, promising area of application by the use of state-of-the-art technologies.

EIT Digital logo     EIT Digital EU logo

Jasper Mol

Project lead AIDE at Pipple

AIDE (Artificial Intelligence Damage Estimator) provides car damage estimation instantly on the basis of pictures provided by users, while being able to interact with the user in order to guarantee quality. The product is offered to insurance companies, which will be able to offer this service to their customers. AIDE provides a solution to the current long-lasting claim process, while reducing the cost.

Together with partners Achmea and Cefriel, Pipple is building an application which is able to assess car damage based on visual imagery, as provided by a user who has just been in an accident. Through advanced image recognition technology, damaged car parts can be identified and a severity assessment can be made within a very short time frame. Jasper Mol, project lead AIDE: “AIDE wil not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.”

AIDE will not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.

– Jasper Mol, Project lead AIDE at Pipple

Implementing AI technologies such as AIDE will reduce the effort from insurance companies and customers, and not only for car insurance. Other possible applications expand to for example the assessment of E-bikes, a vehicle which is more and more involved in serious accidents. First responses from the industry on AIDE are very positive and show the potential for broadening the scope to even more insurance applications. As such, the AIDE application, or as it will be known to the market: Bump-Out!, can take a big step towards complete modernization of the damage claims market.

This innovation project is powered by EIT Digital. At EIT Digital, a leading organization in digital transformation and innovation in Europe, the goal is simple: to advance European innovation by collaborating with different European partners in varying business areas. These partnerships create a product or start-up focused on a new, promising area of application by the use of state-of-the-art technologies.

EIT Digital logo     EIT Digital EU logo

AIDE (Artificial Intelligence Damage Estimator) provides car damage estimation instantly on the basis of pictures provided by users, while being able to interact with the user in order to guarantee quality. The product is offered to insurance companies, which will be able to offer this service to their customers. AIDE provides a solution to the current long-lasting claim process, while reducing the cost.

Together with partners Achmea and Cefriel, Pipple is building an application which is able to assess car damage based on visual imagery, as provided by a user who has just been in an accident. Through advanced image recognition technology, damaged car parts can be identified and a severity assessment can be made within a very short time frame. Jasper Mol, project lead AIDE: “AIDE wil not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.”

AIDE will not only help in providing better servicing and transparency for the user while being in a stressful and vulnerable situation. It also optimizes the process flow for the insurance company.

– Jasper Mol, Project lead AIDE at Pipple

Implementing AI technologies such as AIDE will reduce the effort from insurance companies and customers, and not only for car insurance. Other possible applications expand to for example the assessment of E-bikes, a vehicle which is more and more involved in serious accidents. First responses from the industry on AIDE are very positive and show the potential for broadening the scope to even more insurance applications. As such, the AIDE application, or as it will be known to the market: Bump-Out!, can take a big step towards complete modernization of the damage claims market.

This innovation project is powered by EIT Digital. At EIT Digital, a leading organization in digital transformation and innovation in Europe, the goal is simple: to advance European innovation by collaborating with different European partners in varying business areas. These partnerships create a product or start-up focused on a new, promising area of application by the use of state-of-the-art technologies.

EIT Digital logo     EIT Digital EU logo

Jasper Mol

Project lead AIDE at Pipple