In the News
April 2014 - AIR to integrate KatRisk flood data on the Touchstone platform.
March 2014 - Dag is on the speaking faculty in the Nvidia GTC conference talking about HPC in catastrophe modeling. Check out his presentation, and an article in The Register.
November 2013 - KatRisk has entered into a strategic partnership with Willis Re and SpatialKay to deliver unmatched flood analytics.
September 2013 - KatRisk is very excited to have been selected by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory to use TITAN, the fastest open science computer in the world. TITAN has a hybrid architecture utilizing both CPUs and GPUs and has a theoretical peak performance of more than 20 petaflops, or 20,000 trillion calculations per second. KatRisk will be publishing findings of R&D efforts performed on TITAN.
As part of our global flood model development efforts, we are modeling tropical cyclones. For more details on Western Pacific track modeling and Typhoon Haiyan, see our Haiyan Overview.
Colorado Flooding - Greeley Area
We are making good progress on our hyper-resolution US Flood Risk Model. Above images are from the NASA Earth Observatory and our internal early pluvial flood simulations. Look for more images and analysis on our webpage in the coming months.
After a year of research and development, KatRisk is pleased to be releasing our initial flood risk products, starting with Southeast Asia. Additional regions will be released throughout 2013. Visit our Products page for more details.
What we're working on: