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TAG: modeling

CoreLogic Releases Natural Catastrophe Platform and Risk Models

July 3, 2014By
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CoreLogic, a  global property information, analytics and data-enabled services provider, has released a new version of its EQECAT natural catastrophe modeling platform, which contains three new proprietary risk models that quantify and analyze the potential financial impact of catastrophic natural hazards in peak exposure regions across the globe. The expansion of natural catastrophe risk analysis includes modeling for earthquake and... read more

Presenting Now — the Whole Earth!

May 29, 2014By

I’m stepping in just for this month as a self-invited guest columnist, giving a brief look at the trailblazing work of the International Centre for Earth Simulation. Look for both Eric Gakstatter and me at the ESRI User Conference in July, where Eric will also host a webinar on the hottest trends in mapping.  We hope to accommodate a live... read more

Arithmetica to Launch Pointfuse Modeling Engine at Intergeo

October 7, 2013By

Arithmetica will be demonstrating Pointfuse at Intergeo, which is being held this week in Essen, Germany. Pointfuse is a powerful modeling engine that has been created to give professionals a fast, precise and flexible way of turning vast point cloud data sets (whether derived from LIDAR or photogrammetry) into high-fidelity vector models, the company said. Replacing painstaking and costly manual... read more