Entries by RedZone

Do You Live in an Area of High Tsunami Risk?

Just as the Midwest United States is known as ‘Tornado Alley’ and earthquakes occur along fault lines more regularly than other locations, there are coastal areas at increased tsunami risk. As discussed previously, tsunamis are mostly caused by intense and sudden seafloor motion. While the first ideas to come to mind may be earthquakes and volcanoes […]

RedZone Software goes to Orlando!

In Late February RedZone Software CEO Clark Woodward and COO Michael Flannery attended the Cat Risk Management Conference in Orlando, FL. The conference is hosted every year by the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA). The event brings leading global experts together to meet and discuss catastrophe risk management. Representatives from all across the industry were […]

Platform Software Engineer

RedZone Software seeks a competent and motivated individual to join our team as a Platform Software Engineer. This is an opportunity to develop, build, and manage systems for monitoring and deploying software that enables real-time global disaster monitoring. This role requires a technically competent, well-organized person who can work closely with our development team. This […]

Hurricane Irma – One Year Later

Timeline: Aug 30 – Sept 13, 2017 Severely Impacted Areas: USVI, Puerto Rico, Georgia, Florida Maximum Sustained Winds: 180 mph Fatalities: 52 direct (wind-driven debris, storm surge), 82 indirect (heart attack, house fires, vehicle accidents) Damages: $64.76 Billion (5th costliest tropical cyclone on record) Hurricane Irma’s Trek Across the Atlantic This week marks the anniversary […]