Risk Data Suite™ Wildfire Bundle
The Risk Data Suite™ Wildfire Bundle provides superior wildfire risk data solutions for identifying areas in California at potential risk from wildfires, including forest and brush fires. Its sophisticated applications equip you with the risk data insights needed to help you better understand the wildfire exposure to commercial and residential properties.
Wildfire risk data solutions with Risk Data SuiteWildfires are a very real threat to insured properties in California. The Risk Data Suite Wildfire Bundle equips you with the wildfire risk data analysis needed to thoroughly assess wildfire risk to business and residential properties. Its powerful insights let you automatically assign potential wildfire risk factors to every property location.
Additionally, when used in conjunction with other Pitney Bowes Software data, you'll be able to find high and medium wildfire threat zones within five miles of residential properties, as well as visually display wildfire threat zones to analyse properties that are close to high wildfire risk areas.
Risk data solutions for the California wildfire threatThe Risk Data Suite Wildfire Bundle is the optimal tool for evaluating the wildfire threat to commercial and residential properties in California, providing data based upon the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection with class levels applied to both wildland and urban/developed areas.
Ultimately, insurers and re-insurers are provided with the data solutions needed to create wildfire risk value for personal line limits and for new business processing, as well as for evaluation of a carrier’s current book of business.
Definitions:Wildland zones are defined as 200-acre and larger areas that are relatively homogeneous and dominated by native vegetation cover. They may include in-holdings of non-burnable types including water, agricultural lands and barren/rock, but the majority of the landscape is covered by natural plant cover.
Developed/Urban zones are areas that have a strong influence of human development, and are characterized by parcel sizes of 2 acres or smaller and/or intermingled with commercial properties. Contiguous Zones are a minimum of 20 acres in size, and wildland enclaves within urban areas are also a minimum of 20 acres.
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