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Getting Ahead of the Curve on Data Quality
Incomplete or inaccurate data assessment can bias model results. In our latest Illustrate case study, we look at how RMS worked with Securis to enhance the quality of its cedant-provided data.
Europe Inland Flood HD Models: Getting the Hydraulics Right
Flooding is undoubtedly complex – the product of many interlinked complex processes. These include precipitation, runoff formation and hydraulics alongside many others, that each play a major role in determining if and how a flood develops. It is not enough to capture precipitation and flood peaks when modeling flood, the physics of all the involved processes need to be well represented. A model must realistically assess how a landscape is physically inundated…
RMS Releases New High Definition Models for European Severe Convective Storm
NEWARK, CA – May 4th, 2020: RMS, the leading global risk modeling and analytics firm, announced today at its annual Exceedance conference the release of new European Severe Convective Storm (EU SCS) High Definition Models. The models represent 50,000 years of simulation of hail and straight-line wind and tornado risk and include all key lines of business -- including automobile and property. In addition, the models cover 17* countries in Europe,…
European Floods and the Relationship with the North Atlantic Oscillation
Stefano Zanardo, Principal Modeler, RMS Ludovico Nicotina, Senior Director – Modeling, RMS Arno Hilberts, Vice President, Model Development, RMS Steve Jewson, Scientific Research Consultant, RMS The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) describes the fluctuations in the difference of atmospheric pressure at sea level between two semi-permanent centers of low and high pressure in the North Atlantic: the Icelandic Low and the Azores High. Fluctuations…
Severe Convective Storms in Europe: Ancient Threat, New Solution
As summertime approaches here in Europe, so does the peak season across the continent for hail, straight-line winds, and even tornadoes (collectively known as severe convective storms). These storms have been recognized for centuries—in the eighteenth century, Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi wrote a sonnet to accompany his violin concerto Summer from the Four Seasons concerti: “The shepherd trembles, fearful of a violent storm… …the heavens roar, and great…
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