Bibby HydroMap specialise in the acquisition, interpretation and reporting of accurate and precisely positioned marine survey data. Bibby HydroMap have drawn on extensive experience to develop our Asset Integrity surveys, using a variety of survey techniques to provide comprehensive high-resolution 3D point cloud imagery of assets above and below the water line.
Bibby HydroMap has experience of working with a variety of clients from the oil and gas, offshore renewables, ports and harbours, aggregates and utilities industries providing resourceful and cost-effective survey services. Bibby HydroMap engages in and supports a diverse range of projects throughout the UK and Northern Europe.
In an increasingly risky world, insurers and reinsurers need more sophisticated tools to quantify and manage the risks facing their businesses. Impact Forecasting, Aon’s catastrophe model development centre of excellence, enables firms to analyse the financial implications of catastrophic events and achieve a greater understanding of their risks. We provide over 100 probabilistic and scenario models worldwide covering 10 perils in over 60 territories. All Impact Forecasting models can be customised based on your requirements, for example, using loss and claims data to generate more accurate results for specific lines of business. Our models run in ELEMENTS catastrophe modelling platform and we have models available in Oasis and Simplitium ModEx platforms. Our hazard and risk score enable enables more accurate underwriting and risk assessment for natural and man-made hazards. This data can be accessed directly, through Aon’s ImpactOnDemand, and through other exposure systems such as SpatialKey and ImageCat Inhance. Alongside our products our Catastrophe Insight team provides real-time information on catastrophic events through Cat Alerts, Weekly and Monthly Cat Recaps and the Annual Global Climate and Catastrophe Report. Most recently we have launched our Automated Event Response service for US Hurricane and Europe Windstorm enabling insurers to obtain early loss projections for their portfolio. For more information, please visit www.impactforecasting.com
Established in 2011, we are a global leader in flood risk management. Affectionately known as The Flood People, our flood maps, catastrophe models and analytics are used by some of the world’s largest insurers, reinsurers, financial institutions, property companies and governments.
We’re experts in translating complex, scientific data into useful information, using sophisticated hydraulic approaches and models to provide cutting-edge flood risk intelligence. We offer flood maps for every country in the world at 30m resolution, with 5m and 10m maps available in much of Europe, with the US in development at 5m. We also offer market-leading catastrophe models across the world for flood risk, as well as an India Crop Model.
However, we provide more than just data- our flexible approach to flood risk enables us to offer bespoke consultancy solutions for individual needs, from individual site risk assessments and portfolio optimisation to flood defence design and unique model builds.
As part of the JBA group, established over 20 years ago, we work closely with leading academic institutions in the field of flood risk. We also support our independent charity, JBA Trust, which enables research, education and training in the water environment sector.
Our commitment to continuous improvement and detailed research and development is what makes us the number one choice for many insurers, reinsurers, financial institutions and governments.
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