IBM® Environmental Intelligence Suite is a SaaS platform to monitor, predict, and respond to weather and climate impact. It includes dashboards, alerts and notifications, geospatial and weather data application programming interfaces (APIs) and add-ons with industry-specific environmental models for business resilience and optimization.
In today's climate, companies are increasingly vulnerable to climate-related asset damage, supply chain disruptions and operational challenges. There's also a growing demand from consumers and investors for environmentally responsible decision-making. With climate change continuing to impact businesses, it has become more and more important for leaders to assess how extreme weather events will impact their operations—to predict and plan for unforeseen disruptions.
The IBM Environmental Intelligence Suite is an AI-powered SaaS solution that provides timely and fact-based actionable intelligence to proactively manage the economic impact of severe weather and climate-change events, built on the most accurate weather data in the world.
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Since 2020, 62% of executives consider a sustainability strategy "essential".1
Climate change will yield a USD 1.3 trillion loss to businesses in the next 5 years.2
The combined cost of 22 separate US climate events in 2020 was USD 95 billion.3
Use accurate geospatial and meteorological data (from The Weather Company®) and customers’ own business data and asset information for improved, accurate forecasting.
Enhance your analytic output by utilizing industry-standard data sources used by professionals in the financial services and in the agriculture, energy and utilities sectors.
Provide stakeholders with quick and up-to-date weather forecasts, helping them to efficiently manage, prepare for, and address any disruptions.
Interested in learning more about how the Environmental Intelligence Suite can help you forecast and mitigate extreme weather events? Explore features in a free trial or request your personalized Environmental Intelligence Suite demo.
1The Global Risks Report (link resides outside ibm.com), World Economic Forum, 2020
2Climate and the Economy ( link resides outside ibm.com), IMF
32020 U.S. billion-dollar weather and climate disasters in historical context ( link resides outside ibm.com), Climate.gov, 8 January 2021