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New Zealand Earthquake Short-term Earthquke Risk Models

Earling has developed accurate short-term seismic risk models for New Zealand, enabling the prediction of high-risk earthquake windows up to several days in advance.

These groundbreaking models offer a valuable tool for risk mitigation, allowing governments, businesses, and individuals to take proactive measures to minimize potential earthquake damage and expedite recovery efforts. The successful prediction of the Gisborne 7.3 earthquake on March 4, 2021, serves as a testament to the models' effectiveness.

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.

Earling models detected Austria seismic risk and authorities informed

Are you prepared for the next earthquakes in Austria? With the country's active seismicity and the potential for major damage to buildings, it is important to be proactive in protecting yourself, your community, and your investments.

Our short-term seismic risk models can help. On March 30, 2021, a magnitude 4.7 earthquake was recorded for an earthquake in Austria near Vienna, and our models were able to detect it a few days in advance. This demonstrates the potential for early warning and the ability to mitigate potential damage and loss of life.