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PartnerResearch

The PartnerResearch App provides access to expertly compiled hazard footprints of historical North Atlantic Basin and European windstorm events. Developed ...

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The PartnerResearch App provides access to expertly compiled hazard footprints of historical North Atlantic Basin and European windstorm events. Developed primarily for property insurance underwriters, insurance portfolio managers, actuaries and intermediaries, this App is a go-to reference for comparing historical footprints with exposures in property insurance portfolios. By combining proprietary analysis with detailed renderings of each storm, this App instantly visualizes the geographical extent and maximum wind speed categories (“wind fields”) of over 1100 historical windstorms. Search for storms by name, location or year and create your own personalized storm views. The wind fields in this App were compiled by PartnerRe’s highly respected Research team and are a component of PartnerRe’s advanced proprietary models. At a touch: - Recall the path, extent and intensity of 1144 individual windstorms. - View the storm frequency and intensity for a location on a year-by-year basis for up to 113 years. - See exactly how many storms have impacted a particular area and how severe they were. - Judge the relative potential impacts of storms, e.g. for Miami, how did the wind field of Hurricane Donna (1960) compare to Hurricane Andrew (1992)? To learn more about how wind fields fit into windstorm risk analysis or to contact us, go to www.partnerre.com.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0

Size: 42 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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