AER led the development of an innovative, broadly applicable methodology for analyzing future coastal floods.
GeoOptics and AER Realize Initial Success in Their Collaboration
Satellite Engineers Now Have Integrated Models that Predict Radiation from Solar Energetic Particles and Galactic Cosmic Rays
AER has received a Supplier Excellence Award from Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Information Systems (NGIS) sector for technical innovation and quality products and services.
AER reports some of the strongest evidence to date that Arctic sea ice loss has links to colder winters and related extreme weather events across northern Eurasia and much of the U.S. and Canada. The research is published in Oceanography.
AER Emerging Risk research program will create new datasets and assess trends in risk due to climate change.
Severe Weather, Aging Power Grid Increase Costly Blackout Risks
Multiple Award Wins Reflect Verisk’s Increasing Role in Reducing Risk in Environmental Compliance and Renewable Energy Production
Verisk’s industry-leading wildfire risk management system FireLine, powered by AER, is now available for Texas. AER scientists manage the Fireline analytics to evaluate wildfire risk at the property address level by using advanced remote sensing technology. Read the press release below.
Verisk’s Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) business unit used the FireLine™ wildfire risk management system to analyze California wildfire risk. The AER scientists in the FireLine team utilize advanced remote sensing technology to evaluate wildfire risk at the property address level. Read the press release below.
As a member of the Harris team, AER has successfully completed the Critical Design Review and has been approved to begin implementation of the NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite – R Series (GOES-R) Ground Segment.
The Harris GOES-R Ground Segment team, including Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK) company Atmospheric and Environmental Research, has been approved by NOAA to begin implementation of the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite – R Series (GOES-R) Ground Segment.
Telvent has formed a strategic alliance with Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) to provide the industry’s most advanced solar forecasts to generators and distributors of solar power. Telvent’s highly accurate solar irradiance forecasts — powered by AER™ Solance™ technology — incorporate cloud cover forecasts based on real-time satellite imagery, providing utilities with critical insights into fluctuations in supply.
Key member of the team led by Riverside to deliver wide-ranging scientific and technical services to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
AER, Willis, and Zurich Financial Services to Outline Industry Framework for Managing Weather and Climate Risk
Collaborates with NOAA to Identify Better Approaches to Predict Seasonal Weather
Selected by CSC to Provide Science and Software Expertise for Migration of NOAA Models to New High-Performance Computing System