Cyclone hazards are quantified at client location
Client can make an informed decision on management of risk
Understand the disruption of business and its impact on real term
The application will enable the companies
Identifies whether the locations falls under high/medium/low/no hazard Wind/Flash Flood and Storm Surge Zones.
Loss Prevention suggestions to minimize losses in case of new constructions or strengthening of existing structures and alerts on detailed risk assessment/preparing of a disaster plan location specific.
Vulnerability of properties to the various Wind/Flood/Storm Surge Zones in which the location falls and vast disruption caused during the catastrophe & thereafter.
The above is backed by data of Depressions/Cyclones/Severe Cyclones and also details of Severe Cyclones, Very Severe Cyclones, Extremely Severe Cyclones and Super Cyclones that hit the location from the year 1891 to 2020
Tropical cyclonic wind hazard is often quantified by the statistical distribution of storm intensity and frequency and is delineated in the form of a wind speed map of the return period.
The frequency of wind speeds is analyzed with methods like extreme value theory (EVT)
Storm surge is an abnormal rise of water generated by a storm, over and above the normal astronomical tides.
Storm surge is produced by water being pushed toward the shore by the force of the winds moving cyclonically around the storm.
Flood caused by heavy down pour in short period of time causing flash floods on the land.
The damage by flash flood depends on velocity, depth and duration of water. These are specifically location issues and needs location study.