Accuracy matters before, during, and after catastrophic events. However, as insurance portfolios continue to grow across larger geographic areas, it becomes more difficult to accurately analyze and understand risk exposure. Whether you are tasked with modeling risk, establishing pricing for a jurisdiction, or predicting the path of an incoming storm, slight miscalculations can result in substantial losses.
Discover how to identify and overcome common pitfalls in spatial statistics that can misrepresent a policy’s exposure to risk, placing portfolios in danger of insolvency.
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