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RedZone booth at RAA conference, 2019

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 present, including: reinsurers, modeling companies, researchers, regulators, and academics. As the conference subtitle for 2019 indicates, attendees are invited to look toward “The Future of Catastrophe Management – 2020 and Beyond”! This is RedZone’s 2nd year in attendance featuring the RZRisk and RZExposure solutions we offer.

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RedZone Hits the Conference Trail This Spring

RedZone was one of twenty vendors showcased in the Cat Risk Management Conference this week in Orlando. The conference, hosted by the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA), was focused on scientific and theoretical developments related to the increasing risks confronting the catastrophe and disaster industries.

RedZone booth Orlando

RedZone’s booth this week at the RAA Conference in Orlando.

RedZone has been working hard for years to tailor our RZRisk products, non-stop wildfire monitoring, and newly touted RedZone Analytics to address the developing hot issues and long-term challenges. As part of our participation, Co-CEO of RedZone Analytics, Ellie Graeden, presented on a couple of our solutions for addressing key hot issues. Our ideas  aim to tackle policy accumulation in risky areas, decision-making as wildfires break out, and underwriting moratoriums. The successful conference concluded for RedZone on February 15th.

RZExposure example

Example of RedZone’s Accumulation Solution RZExposure

Look for RedZone at Other Conferences

  • RedZone will also be attending Reno’s WUI Conference at the end of this month. We look forward to networking with fire officials and planners, with whom we work side by side. We are also very excited about hearing how our friend and colleague Pat Durland’s class “Assessing Structure Ignition Potential from Wildfire” goes during the preconference. Highlights for RedZone from the WUI lineup include reports from both this year’s Napa area fires and last fall’s Gatlinburg fires, WUI management and mitigation techniques, and lastly the ongoing collaboration between Fire and insurance.
  • In June RedZone has been invited to speak at the CAS conference in New Orleans