SAN DIEGO – HazardHub, the nation’s fastest-growing supplier of geospatial risk data, is excited to announce the release of the first of its kind property-level probability scores for any address in the United States.
Dr. Brady Foust, Ph.D. – Chief Science Officer of HazardHub – says “Current geospatial models for convection storm-driven events – like damaging wind, hail, tornado, and lightning – are, in a word, rough. The take high-level events and try to push them down to large grid cells. It’s a dated process that was the best we had, given the available data.”
Foust adds “At HazardHub, we wanted to take a leap forward with the science. The emergence of Doppler radar has increased the granularity of available data. Together with our science, we’re now able to predict the risk of a convection storm happening at a specific property.