PartnerResearch

PartnerResearch is an award-winning iPad® App that provides free, direct access to the wind fields of over 4,700 historical extreme storm events for the ...

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PartnerResearch is an award-winning iPad® App that provides free, direct access to the wind fields of over 4,700 historical extreme storm events for the Pacific basin, Australia, Europe, the U.S. and the Caribbean. In addition to instantly visualizing the physical parameters of thousands of past storms, the App also includes over 100 potential future storms, as well as indication of whether a tropical cyclone occurred in an “El Niño”, “La Niña” or “ENSO-neutral” period. Developed by PartnerRe and based on components of its advanced proprietary models, the App is primarily designed for property insurance underwriters, insurance portfolio managers, actuaries and intermediaries. This App is a valuable go-to reference for comparing extreme storm events with exposures in property insurance portfolios and, where applicable, for considering the potential impact of the current ENSO forecast. At a touch: - View the path, extent and intensity of over 4,700 historical extreme storm events, some dating back 116 years, from Australia, Central Pacific, Eastern Pacific, North West Pacific, North Atlantic and Europe. - For tropical cyclones, find out whether a storm occurred in an “El Niño”, “La Niña” or “ENSO-neutral” period. For a location, identify exactly how many storms occurred within each ENSO state and consider what this could mean for a portfolio given the current ENSO forecast. - View the path, extent and intensity of 147 generated “stochastic” storms for the U.S., Europe and the Caribbean – these are exceptional, 1-in-250 year storm events that have not yet been recorded, but which are physically possible. How, for example, do these compare with the recorded storms for a location? How might this impact PML calculations? - Easily select, compare and/ or save storms by name, location and year. See how many storms have affected a particular area and how severe they were. How did one storm compare to another? e.g. for Miami, how did the maximum wind speed of Hurricane Donna (1960) compare to Hurricane Andrew (1992)? Or for Japan, how did Typhoon Vera’s geographical footprint (1959) compare to that of Typhoon Mireille (1991)? 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: 2.3

Size: 42 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Developed by PartnerRe

Day of release: 2013-09-5

Recommended age: 4+

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