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Internet of Things
Argo employees work hard to improve the lives of those around them. On this and the following images are some highlights of our philanthropic efforts in 2017.
We donated $10,000 in matching Power Grants to support two high school robotics teams in Brooklyn, New York, providing financial support and encouraging the team’s communities to invest in STEM education programs.
In São Paulo, we sponsored Bikxi, a sustainable and innovative shared transportation service based on two-seat electric bikes, and we participated in a food drive to help feed hundreds of homeless neighbors.
In London, we made a yearlong commitment to The Sick Children’s Trust. From participating in Tough Mudder events to competing in cricket tournaments, employees raised money to help support the families of seriously ill children being treated in hospitals.
After Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas, we volunteered at shelters, delivered supplies and helped clear out damaged homes. In San Antonio, we provided additional assistance through United Way contributions. And in communities around the world, we supported numerous other important causes and organizations to help secure their futures.
With 8.4 billion devices now connected1, IoT gives insurers access to data that can help them adjust pricing, products and services. 74% of insurance industry leaders expect that by 2020, IoT will create major disruptions in the way they do business.2
As the global climate continues to warm, the intensity of hurricanes and related storms as well as wildfires is projected to increase.