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Actionable forecast insights can help organizations react to extreme weather events before they threaten business operations
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Turn weather risk into competitive advantage

Severe weather is increasing across the globe and has a growing negative impact on business. But when an organization can anticipate weather threats before they happen, they gain an edge over competitors. By predicting and planning for cold fronts, wildfires, tornadoes, severe storms and other high-risk weather conditions, a business can put weather insights to work and turn risk into profit.

The IBM® Environmental Intelligence Suite combines weather, geospatial and industry-specific data into an all-in-one solution that empowers businesses to harness predictive analytics and maximize revenue generation, instead of just protecting themselves from loss.

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Climate Risk Adaptation Guide

Learn how to reduce the future environmental impact of climate change and actively adapt to the challenges it presents today.

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Build real-time weather alerts

Learn how you can prepare for extreme weather with data and AI

What you can do
Predict and respond to weather-caused power outages

Weather forecast data helps organizations proactively plan for severe weather threats, reduce power outages and improve restoration times.

Implement flood, tornado and wildfire surveillance

Geospatial data and analysis tools allow businesses to map wildfires, track tornadoes and monitor other severe weather events that could disrupt logistics or supply chains.

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Incorporate big data into operational plans

Customizable and automated weather alerts enable any operation to avoid weather-related incidents and prevent unnecessary downtime caused by reacting prematurely.

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Demo Accurately assess weather impact Meet your company’s sustainability goals and avoid costly outages by accurately assessing the impact of severe weather and climate change. See exactly what service areas are most at risk with lead times up to 72 hours in advance. Start your 30-day free trial
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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.

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