Intermap Technologies Introduces InsitePro to Analyze Flood Risks
May 08, 2014
Intermap Technologies has recently unveiled InsitePro, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) product that allows users to analyze, visualize, and present risk on thousands of locations against a variety of natural hazards. This innovative product gives access to Intermap's WorldFlood model which calculates the uniform flood coverage anywhere in the world.
Property and casualty carriers, insurance brokers, enterprise risk managers and government agencies can rely on this technology to evaluate locations one-by-one or thousands at a time through innovative risk models and analytics. Organizations using InsitePro can quickly understand the impact of risks on their facilities, portfolios, and assets.
InsitePro brings together risk models and datasets with a user’s proprietary data in a clear visual environment. Large portfolios of locations can be imported, analyzed, inspected, and exported quickly and easily. Hazard maps and risk assessments provide users with the planning tools to protect and insure people, property, and infrastructure.
"Web-based risk management is the future, providing easy access to big data analytics," said Todd Oseth President and CEO of Intermap. "InsitePro leverages a decade of Intermap's risk management experience to provide a risk management solution that can instantly be used around the world, from Boston to Beijing."
In addition, InsitePro comes with three peril models and easily incorporates third-party models for any peril or geography. InterMap believes this makes their solution the one with the widest available coverage of any risk analysis platform.
Point-specific ground elevation feature in InsitePro allow users to go past flood models, to know the risk of flood by determining the height above flood elevation, flow routes from rivers to buildings and to decide about the safer locations for new infrastructure and buildings.
Headquartered in Denver, Colorado - Intermap specializes in geospatial solutions on demand with its secure, cloud based Orion Platform.
Edited by Peter Bernstein
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