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New Zealand Earthquake Short-term Earthquke Risk Models

We are proud to announce that we have developed accurate short-term seismic risk models for the region of New Zealand. These models have the ability to detect high-risk seismic time-windows, up to a few days in advance, such as the Gisborne 7.3 earthquake that occurred on March 4, 2021.

Due to the accuracy of these models, we believe that there are remarkable opportunities for risk owners in the region including governments, businesses, and individuals to transfer maximized risks during high-risk time windows. This can lead to a significant speed up in the recovery phase after destructive earthquakes. We invite you to learn more about our seismic risk models and how they can benefit your organization or community. Thank you for your time and consideration.