Streamline underwriting efforts and reduce operating costs with access to current, clear geospatial data
The Gray Sky program is the most comprehensive in the industry when it comes to capturing imagery for a major natural disaster and catastrophe response. The GIC has been covering disasters since Hurricane Harvey struck Texas in 2017. Whether it’s a tornado, hurricane, wildfire, wind, or flooding event, members get the real truth on the ground to serve their business and customer needs more efficiently and effectively.
As an approved partner with first responders and public safety officials, imagery from CAT events is available within 24 hours of collection. The speed of the response means members can lower claims cycle time, remotely view impacted areas safely, and manage loss mitigation.
Gray Sky imagery is provided at the highest possible resolution, giving members a clear view of the impact following a CAT event.
Disaster and CAT response has been fundamentally changed by using AI. Using the GIC’s robust image library, developers mine every pixel and extract features such as wind-damaged property, burned houses, and tornado paths to provide fast insight at scale.
No matter the type of storm or catastrophe, the GIC is poised and ready to respond when disaster strikes. Peruse through a short gallery of Gray Sky events recently captured by our team.
By accessing pre- and post-CAT imagery of an impacted area, members quickly identify key ground conditions such as roof blow-off, property damage, flooding, and more.
The GIC provides access to its Gray Sky aerial imagery database to emergency personnel involved in recovery and response efforts to impacted communities. Access to this imagery is available at no cost and with no obligation.
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