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Interactive Map of Hurricane Katrina

interactive hurricane katrina

Only ten years ago the city of New Orleans, “the Big Easy” was left battered and broken by ravaging winds and unyielding storm surge brought in by Hurricane Katrina. Even though it was a highly anticipated and well-forecast storm, Katrina … Continue reading →

10 Years On: The Evolution of Modeling Since Katrina

Risk modelling experts on the evolution of hurricane catastrophe models since Hurricane Katrina

The re/insurance industry used catastrophe risk models long before Hurricane Katrina, but Katrina challenged the standards of these models. It called into question the quality of exposure data, how the models were used and their suitability for various business applications. … Continue reading →

Coverage Issues in the Construction Site of the Future

robot construction worker

In part one of this series, I mentioned several ways in which new technology has the potential to advance safety. For instance, as drones and other automated machinery replace certain job functions that today humans exclusively perform, this could conceivably … Continue reading →