From the early days of AIR’s pioneering efforts, the field of catastrophe modeling has evolved to be an integral part of the risk management practices of an entire industry. Today, companies use catastrophe modeling applications for more than the information provided by model results—they use the applications to develop underwriting guidelines, guide risk selection, and make decisions based on statistical models and analysis against existing and/or simulated future data. With the expansion of catastrophe exposures worldwide and an ever increasing volume of detailed data, the demands on modeling tools have never been greater.

The next generation of AIR software, Touchstone, delivers industry-leading technologies for enhanced analytics, new tools for data mining, and a high performance computing framework to drive productivity and performance. The application also enhances model transparency by providing you with access to some of the data behind the models.

The application not only consolidates the set of functions of AIRs existing products, but also extends the capabilities to improve your understanding of exposure data and model results.

In addition to supporting analysis of property exposure data, Touchstone supports analysis of workers' compensation exposure data due to U.S. Terrorism, U.S. Earthquake, and Japan Earthquake (Personal Accidents).

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Touchstone V3.0 Updated December 01, 2016