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Japan Short-term Earthquake Risk Models

Short-term seismic risk models are ultimate solution for predicting and mitigating the impact of earthquakes in the region. Our models have proven their accuracy by accurately detecting high-risk seismic time-windows for several major earthquakes in the past, including the 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Fukushima on 03/16/2022, the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Honshu Island on 03/20/2021, the 7.1 magnitude earthquake that struck Fukushima on 02/13/2021, the 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck Niigata Prefecture on 06/18/2019, and the Hokkaido earthquake on 09/05/2018.

Based on the accuracy of our models, we are proud to offer a range of opportunities for risk owners in the region, including governments, businesses, and individuals, to transfer maximized risks during high-risk time windows. This means that they can speed up their recovery phase after destructive earthquakes and minimize the impact on their lives and livelihoods.

Our models provide valuable extra time for people to prepare for an impending earthquake, which makes it possible to mobilize emergency responders, move resources and supplies to affected areas, and coordinate evacuation efforts. Businesses can use the warning to close down operations and secure equipment, while individuals can make sure they have emergency supplies and make arrangements to ensure their safety.

Don't wait for the next devastating earthquake to strike. Take advantage of our accurate short-term seismic risk models today and protect yourself, your business and your community from the harmful effects of earthquakes. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you mitigate the impact of earthquakes in your region.