Case Study: Leveraging Data on Wind, Storm Surge and Electrical Blackout in the Superstorm Sandy Aftermath

American Claims Event (ACE), Austin, Texas
June 19, 2013 - June 21, 2013

In an effort to reduce loss ratios and realize operational efficiencies, carriers are beginning to integrate claims estimation tools, satellite image analysis, weather and climate data and emergency management inputs.  In this session, Hartford Steam Boiler and Atmospheric and Environmental Research examine the factors that impacted New York and New Jersey's critical infrastructure, including electrical substations, during Superstorm Sandy. Weather and electrical substation data and satellite imagery from Sandy will be shared to provide practical examples of the data resources that can benefit the operations of claims professionals.

Meet with Joy Rohde while you’re at the 17th annual America's Claims Event (ACE) on June 20th, 2013.

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