Consistent, high-quality natural hazard exposure risk insights for single locations and portfolios worldwide.

Helicopter view of natural hazard exposure worldwide
Swiss Re offers a range of proprietary geo risk tools specifically designed to provide you with swift overviews and assessments of natural hazard exposures worldwide. 

CatNet® is used to assess the risk, from individual locations to entire portfolios, by combining hazard, loss, exposure and your insurance information with selected background maps and satellite imagery. Use maps and data about climate change, catastrophic event impact, population density and more to support your daily work. It is browser based and ready to use.

Better bottom-line results
Using CatNet® you benefit from improved single risk assessments for better bottom-line results, sound product development support to facilitate growth and increased transparency over different markets. In addition our unique high resolution data now includes storm surge, tsunami, lightning and volcanic hazards.

Consistent, high-quality data
Swiss Re’s CatNet® web tool helps you write international and local business where a swift risk assessment is challenging.  Use natural hazard information outside your core markets, get consistent, high-quality data for the whole world, get a second opinion on risk for any peril worldwide, use the functionality for multi-location analysis from address encoding to accumulation control.

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CatNet® Web Map Services (API) – natural hazard information fed directly into your own application

CatNet® Web Map Services (WMS) provides you with natural hazard information directly into your own application. It enables you to further streamline your in-house processes by accessing Swiss Re’s comprehensive natural hazard knowledge via standardised interfaces (Restful API). In common with CatNet®, WMS also covers perils such as river flood, coastal flood, seismic hazard, tsunami, wind, hail and more.


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