Quantifying the risk of landslides, floods and shoreline hazards.
Discover how accurate datasets lead to more effective catastrophe models.
Three white papers detail what it takes to achieve more precise results.
Every year in the United States, hazards such as floods and landslides lead to billions of dollars in losses.
While it’s not possible to predict the exact time and date, you can identify which areas are more susceptible to loss. This is far more complex than drawing a line on a map. Slope, elevation, wind patterns and terrain make up are just a few of the many factors to consider.
Pitney Bowes studied several models to assess which datasets would lead to more accurate results. Details of these findings are outlined in three new white papers:
- Quantifying the risk of landslides
- Quantifying the risk of floods
- Quantifying the risk of shoreline hazards
Download these white papers today.