AIR Currents

AIR Currents

Our monthly online magazine, AIR Currents, provides a forum for AIR scientists, engineers, actuaries, and business leaders to discuss innovations and trends in catastrophe modeling and the insurance industry. From exploring how the latest science and engineering research are driving improvements to our models, to sharing the lessons learned from recent disasters, to helping companies develop better and more robust catastrophe risk management practices, AIR Currents offers an unparalleled level of insight into what AIR experts are working on and thinking about.

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AIR's 2014 Global Exceedance Probability Curve

Think global. Read the white paper to learn about AIR's latest view of potential worldwide losses.



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10 Years After the 2004 Sumatra Tsunami
Ten years after the devastating event, what have we learned about earthquake and tsunami risk in the Indian Ocean? Is the region better prepared?

2014 review

The 2014 Hurricane Season in Review
AIR Principal Scientist Tim Doggett puts the 2014 Atlantic and Eastern Pacific hurricane season in perspective. Read the blog post and be sure to subscribe to In Focus.

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Did You Know?
.…that the 2004 Sumatra earthquake actually made the planet rounder? Read more.


AIR’s Year in Review
Take a look at highlights from 2014. Watch the video.

Don't Miss AIR Envision 2015 in Boston
Learn about the latest tools, models, and resources that will make you a risk management all-star. Super early bird pricing ends December 31! Register today.

The Power of Open Data Standards
CEDETM, the exposure database format used in Touchstone®, is now open to the public. Learn more.

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