Jupiter ClimateScore Global 2.0
Jupiter’s ClimateScore Global™ quantifies physical climate risk around the world: how will climate cause future flooding, extreme heat, high winds, drought, wildfires, and hail at critical locations of interest? ClimateScore Global answers this question by employing dozens of the scientific community’s most respected climate models coupled with machine learning, land use and elevation data, and models for hydrology, wildfire, and severe weather.
ClimateScore Global helps users understand how a portfolio of assets may be affected by climate change: the perils they will be exposed to, the driving segments and locations, and how that plays out over time and across varying carbon emissions scenarios anywhere on the planet.
Jupiter FireScore (Coming 2020)
ClimateScore Intelligence Platform
Jupiter’s proprietary models account for the complex dynamics of climate change to provide hyper-local weather and climate-based risk analyses and probabilistic predictions from 1 hour to more than 50 years in the future. The company sponsors research from leading scientific institutions including the Columbia Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and the Columbia Water Center.
AI and Machine Learning
Jupiter incorporates AI and machine learning to automatically and continually improve its dynamic models, reduce local biases of scientific simulations and accelerate information delivery.
Flexible User Interface
Risk analytics are available as interactive maps, reports, through an API, or via custom consulting engagements.
“Nephila seeks to provide efficient capital solutions to weather and climate risks that affect all market sectors and economies globally. We’re working to apply Jupiter’s state-of-the-art capability to predict extreme weather risks to businesses seeking protection, especially in the utilities and public sectors.”
– Barney Schauble, Chairman, Nephila Climate