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Q-risq Analytics Gives the Insurance Industry an Advantage

Before a storm makes landfall, Q-risq Analytics gives an insurance company critical data used to alert customers at risk.

Accurate storm analysis

Q-Risq’s technology can help you connect with the insured before and after the storm. Find out which PIFs will be affected by winds and surge? What were the hardest hit areas for wind and surge? Send alerts and instructions to mitigate damage. Get a headstart and streamline claims processing after landfall.

Once the storm has made landfall, Q-risq Analysis focuses on ensuring information accuracy by overlaying our output data with US government sourced LiDAR ground elevation measurements, for both surge and wind.


 What is Your Portfolio Exposure?

Post-storm analysis for the areas of impact begins immediately after landfall. We can provide you with bulk data for quicker claim processing that show the address of the insured, their claim number, max surge levels, wind speed and cumulative rainfall.


Storm surge comes before or after peak winds, depending on if you are east or west of the center point when the storm makes landfall. We can provide max wind speeds and from which direction they came and for how long. 


We’ve spent years acquiring a one-of-a-kind database using government collected LiDAR data to determine elevation levels above ground, which is key to determine which properties will see storm surge.

Depending upon where a property is located in relation to the storm’s center, the wind and surge time of arrival and their intensities can vary greatly. Our post-storm analysis uses supercomputer processing and over 1,000 water and wind observations to analyze surge levels, maximum wind speed, direction and duration for each side of the property, giving you the most accurate data available.

Information for every address

When received in advance, each address is geocoded with a precise latitude and longitude, entered into our secure client database, and digitally represented on our map viewer.

Properties can be close to each other but assigned different risk levels; our proprietary Storm Surge and Wind Forecasting Model results are layered over high precision ground elevations. Simply put, properties that sit higher will not be as affected by a given amount of water.

With each National Hurricane Center advisory update, every address is reassessed to determine individual risk based on its forecasted flood depth and maximum wind speed. Ensemble forecasting provides for different storm track scenarios. Once processed against geocoded properties, exposure is assessed, and property owners are alerted to potential dangers.

Our Services

Knowledge is power. Know what to expect before a storm makes landfall; afterward, understand the impact of winds and storm surge with data from Q-risq Analytics.

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