We’re changing the way you think about wildfire modeling.

From underwriting to claims response, our technology empowers stakeholders to make informed decisions about wildfire risk.

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We Understand the
Complexity of Wildfire
Dynamics

Wildfires are a rapidly growing challenge for the insurance industry—and the market needs better tools to manage this risk. We know that predicting wildfire-related risk requires understanding more than just fire history, frequency and severity.

That’s why our solutions are scientifically built and peer-reviewed to provide your team with powerful insights across policies. We’ll help you understand the potential loss before, during and after an event.

Wildfire Dynamics
Accurately price risk during the underwriting process.
Our Solutions
Visualize risk to ensure a profitable portfolio.
Our Solutions
Stay informed of asset risk so you know when to take preventive action.
Our Solutions
Communicate with customers more efficiently in a time of crisis.
Our Solutions

Who We Serve

We provide reliable wildfire intelligence and solutions to help your team understand and manage wildfire risk. RedZone is trusted by insurance agencies, brokers, incident and claim managers across the U.S.

Underwriters
Understand the true cost of risk so you can price to remain competitive and hit target margins.
Claims Managers
Identify threatened properties with real-time data and process claims with confidence.
Catastrophe Risk Managers
Get comprehensive documentation of defensible data so your team can make the right call during an active event.
Brokers
Know when a wildfire breaks out near a client’s property and send thoughtful communications at critical moments.
Reinsurers
Divert risk and manage growth before the disaster hits with a multi-dimensional risk-based approach.
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We’re Reaching a New Standard for Wildfire Modeling

We approach wildfire modeling from a loss-prevention perspective—while a model might be good, if homes are unnecessarily destroyed, the model isn’t good enough. We built a standard, scientifically peer-reviewed model that will prevent the loss of structures, homes and land.

Our modeling platform accounts for:

Fire frequency, history and severity

Ember loss and smoke damage

Structure-to-structure ignition

Urban conflagration

Correlated risk zones

How We Model

Blog

December 13, 2018
California’s Wildfires Impacts on Utility Rates and Insurance Premiums
Looking Back at 2017-2018 Fire Seasons in California In...
December 6, 2018
7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Rocks Anchorage, Alaska
The morning of November 30th, 2018, at 8:29 AM...
November 29, 2018
Take Aways from the Discussion On “The Thomas Fire Retrospective Report”
RedZone Senior Wildfire Liaison Doug Lannon attended The Thomas...