Amodo interview
Big Interview with Amodo’s CTO published in „Svijet Osiguranja“ (Insurance World) available on our web site!

Interview with Amodo’s CTO/CPO Gorjan Agačević, named „Technology revolution in Motor Insurance“, published in November, 2013. covers majority of relevant technology and business aspects in Insurance.

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Amodo’s Driver Safety Improvement project is anounced as one of the Top High Tech projects in Croatia in 2013!

On 11th of December, 2013. A conference organized by Business Innovation Croatian Agency (BICRO) named “Internationalization of Innovation and Entrepreneurship” was held in Hotel Sheraton.

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Circumstances of fatal accidents caused by young drivers

According to Croatian Bulletin of Road Traffic Safety, in 2013., 58 young people between the ages of 18 and 24 died in car accidents. Many.

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State of UBI in CEE – presentation at the CEE Telematics Conference

Gorjan Agačević, Amodo’s CTO/CPO, held a presentation on the state of Usage Based Insurance in Central and Eastern Europe, as one of the speakers at.

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New Partnership deal between MindTake Research and Amodo further strengthens Insurance Telematics Eco-System in Central and Eastern Europe!

Amodo recently signed a partnership agreement with one of the leading agencies for digital market research in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). With its headquarter.

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Initial study “Telematics Impact on Driving Safety” conducted by Amodo delivers highly encouraging results!

The study proves that telematics technology has a considerable impact on improving driving behavior. The study was conducted on 22 participants active in traffic over.

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Cellphone data helps pinpoint source of traffic tie-ups

During roush-hour traffic, a single driver blocking the intersection can ruin everyone’s afternoon. But when you’re sitting on a backed-up road, cars stretching into the.

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Zagreb traffic
The City of Zagreb initiated a project worth 300 million HRK, in order to address the issue of urban traffic jams

The project is expected to deliver first positive results already in 2016., where citizens should be able to reach their destinations faster than before. The.

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Croatian market depicts higher potential for Insurance Telematics policies adoption than Slovenian market, according to Amodo research.

Data from Sigma World Insurance, 2010. depicts that in Slovenia, the total insurance premiums amount to 6% to GDP, while in Croatia only 2,9% to.

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Stolen vehicles recovery feature will not be the moving force behind Insurance Telematics adoption in Croatia

As Ministry of Interior reports, in 2011., there were 1.560 reported thefts of motor vehicle in Croatia, which is 0.5 percent less than reported in.

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