News Non-Life03 Jul 2019

Global exposure data made transparent via catastrophe modelling firm's new database

AIR Worldwide president Bill Churney

Seeking to facilitate the exchange of global exposure data more efficiently, AIR Worldwide has made its newly-published Catastrophe Exposure Data Exchange (CEDE) database schema open and fully accessible to the public online. It is also hoped that making the schema public will encourage additional analytics on a greater number of exposures.

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