Eoliann API helps businesses make more informed, data-driven decisions to reduce the physical climate risk exposure of their assets, starting from financial institutions, consulting, infrastructures and insurance companies.
Helping decision makers address climate issues
The goal of our research and modeling of climate events and their effects is to trigger a new paradigm in climate risk management and to support companies, investors and entrepreneurs in adopting meaningful approaches to mitigate extreme natural events before they occur.
Combined with the large amount of data from Earth Observation Satellites, Advanced Analytics and Artificial Intelligence – effective in collecting, aggregating, and interpreting large and sophisticated datasets – are our key pillars for climate risk mitigation through natural disaster prediction and data-driven impact assessment, in short and long term.
Our API solution consists of several modules, from computer vision algorithms extracting features from satellite images, to time series of weather conditions in a given area; all of which are fed into physics-based models, to assess the impact of natural events in the area of interest.
The core of our software is an algorithm that can associate a geographic address with its vulnerability to extreme weather events, in terms of probability and monetary losses.
This algorithm provides our clients with the desired output in the form of dashboards and heat maps. These maps give clients access to a comprehensive view of the risk of their business portfolio.
R&D Partnership Plan
Eoliann aims to collaborate with universities and business partners in R&D projects applied to natural impact.
A co-development partnership is a win-win solution: we better understand your needs while you can shape our product based on your specific demands.
Processing different sets of data
To predict natural hazards, Eoliann collects, analyzes, and processes many complex datasets from different sources that include:
- satellite sensors in the visible and non-visible bands
- historical records of weather events, precipitation, land conditions
- mapping of buildings and human infrastructure
- waterways heights and other meaningful information from public databases