Quarterly UBI Dashboard


A barometer of the Usage-based Insurance industry

As part of our on-going research and surveillance work on the UBI market, PTOLEMUS is now able to provide a quarterly update of the state of the telematics insurance market.

The geographical focus of the dashboard is flexible upon request, today we cover:

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  • North America, the US and Canada,
  • Europe, the UK, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Benelux, the nordics, Russia and the rest of Europe,
  • China
  • Asia Pacific
  • and LATAM

The dashboard is presented in PDF slides with a Dashboard of Dashboards, then a set of slides per country or region with the key market indicators and a recap of the essential news items in the last 3 months.

The whole document

  • Leverages both public information and primary research
    • A large set of public information collected from conferences, desk research, etc.
    • Supplemented and validated by primary research & data (Interviews, supplier questionnaires, own market forecasts, etc.)
  • Estimates UBI volumes and sales for all main players
    • Insurance companies
    • Telematics Service Providers
    • Telematics technology providers
  • Deciphers key market trends 
    • UBI penetration
    • New UBI programmes and total volume
    • Mix by business model (PAYD, PHYD, TBYB, etc.)
    • Market share of all main insurers, TSPs and device makers
    • Technology mix (Black boxes, OBD dongles, apps, etc.)
    • Business line mix
    • Segment mix (Young drivers, mature drivers, etc.)
    • Channel mix (aftermarket / OEM)

You can download the updated 2017 dashboard of dashboard and a sample of the Quarterly UBI Dashboard by filling in the form below.

For more information and to subscribe to the UBI Dashboard contact thomas@ptolemus.com

PTOLEMUS Usage-based Insurance Dashboard


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