The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy worked with Fathom to understand flood risk and identify large scale exposure to flooding across different demographics and the impact of future climate scenarios.
Texas Water Development Board
Texas Water Development Board uses Fathom data, and others, to accelerate the development of the first state-wide flood planning program in the absence of publicly available flood data.
Quote I’d like to thank the effort of regional flood planning groups, its members, technical consultants, the public and other agencies who have been putting in a lot of time to put together regional flood plans, essentially going to come together as the first State Flood Plan for Texas.
Bank of England
Fathom supported the Bank of England in their analysis of submissions for CBES 2021 using the Fathom-UK CAT model.
Quote We would like to express our gratitude to both the physical risk open data providers as well as to the plethora of technical experts for all of their contributions to this exercise over the past two years.
Global (re)insurer, Canopius, used Fathom-US flood hazard data to quantify their exposure to flooding to inform pricing and facilitate exposure management.
FEMA’s Risk Rating 2.0
Fathom provided FEMA with a more accurate, up-to-date picture of US flood risk which informed how the NFIP prices insurance, using Fathom-US flood map.
Fathom combined Fathom-Global hazard layers with satellite based observations to create a global picture of flood hazard and exposure for The Global Facility for Disaster Reduction & Recovery.
Fathom provided Sompo International with detailed flood hazard information in order to support risk selection and portfolio management decisions for their international property, marine and energy portfolios.