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Earling short-term seismic risk models vs traditioinal earthquake early warning systems

Business Overview 

The short-term seismic risk models developed for Japan have the potential to greatly improve the government, business, and individual responses to major earthquakes. By issuing alerts a few days in advance, instead of just seconds, these models provide valuable extra time for people to prepare for an impending earthquake.

Iceland Seismicity

Iceland is known for its active volcanoes and geothermal activity, which also makes it a seismically active country. Both southern and northern Iceland are affected by earthquakes, although the frequency and magnitude of earthquakes vary between the two regions.

California and Nevada earthquakes events that no longer supripse

We are excited to offer a revolutionary new solution for preparing for and mitigating the risk of earthquakes in California and Nevada. Our advanced AI models have been designed to detect high-risk time-windows, alerting communities days before major earthquakes occur. This technology has been thoroughly tested and has been proven to provide early warning before the most damaging seismic activity. Our model was able to predict the Petrolia's M 6.4 earthquake that happened on December 20th, 2022 and the previous M 6.2 event that occurred 365 days before, a few days in advance.

ShakeAlert limitations

ShakeAlert is an earthquake early warning system developed by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) that uses a network of seismographs to detect the initial seismic waves of an earthquake and provide advance warning to people before the more damaging secondary waves arrive. The system is still in development, and is not yet widely available to the public.

What's in M6.4 California Earthquake for CEOs, Co-Founders and Directors

Short-term earthquake forecasting for CEOs in the insurance industry typically involves using data and models to predict the likelihood of earthquakes occurring within a specific timeframe, such as the next 24 hours or week. This information can be used to help insurers make decisions about underwriting policies and pricing, as well as to plan for potential claims and losses.

How the California earthquake affected residents

A few days after Earling, marked seismic related patterns as unusual activities and an unusual event larger the last 5 years events on average was expected, M6.4 earthquake happened on December 20, 2022, in its anniversary in Ferndale, CA. The quake remained 2 death and tens of casualties. The temblor, which is the strongest earthquake the area has seen in years, also damaged infrastructure and cut off power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses around Humboldt County, about 250 miles north of San Francisco.