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Access to current, advanced aerial imagery offers comprehensive property assessment virtually and improved catastrophe response for insurance carriers. 
CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property analytics solutions provider, today announced the integration of the Geospatial Insurance Consortium (GIC) aerial imagery into the CoreLogic UnderwritingCenter™ virtual survey tool for insurance clients. CoreLogic is the first underwriting solutions provider to fully integrate GIC aerial imagery into its solution, which now provides insurers with an additional source of up-to-date imagery to virtually assess property exposure, condition and features, as well as survey post-catastrophe damage. Additionally, CoreLogic will integrate GIC aerial imagery into other solutions in the coming months, including its SkyMeasure roof measurement service. The GIC is an insurance industry consortium developed by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) to provide insurance carriers with high resolution imagery as well as geospatial support and data. The integration of GIC for CoreLogic clients allows transactional access through the UnderwritingCenter to the center’s database of U.S. property aerial imaging, which is updated annually and as early as 24 hours following natural disasters. ‘Through the GIC integration into the CoreLogic virtual survey tool, insurers have the most reliable analytics needed to make accurate, timely decisions when remotely assessing a property’s current condition in order to more accurately underwrite a coverage policy,’ said Rosanna Hancock, Senior Leader Product and Client Delivery. ‘With this additional source of premium imagery, insurers can save resources by utilizing ‘a laptop instead of a ladder’ survey approach to assess important property features and to identify any post-catastrophe concerns such as hail damage.’ In the event of a natural catastrophe, GIC imagery is updated after the disaster is safe to fly and within 24-to-36 hours of the aircraft touching down-a much quicker turnaround compared to other aerial imaging providers currently in the market. With nationwide coverage of the United States, GIC’s aerial imaging tools are a boost to the existing CoreLogic imagery database. CoreLogic has fully integrated GIC into the UnderwritingCenter and is currently available in all states. For more information, please visit the CoreLogic UnderwritingCenter page. About CoreLogic CoreLogic (NYSE: CLGX), the leading provider of property insights and solutions, promotes a healthy housing market and thriving communities. Through its enhanced property data solutions, services and technologies, CoreLogic enables real estate professionals, financial institutions, insurance carriers, government agencies and other housing market participants to help millions of people find, acquire and protect their homes. For more information, please visit www.corelogic.com. CORELOGIC, the CoreLogic logo, and UnderwritingCenter are trademarks of CoreLogic, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. About Geospatial Insurance Consortium The Geospatial Insurance Consortium’s mission is to provide the most comprehensive, precise, and up-to-date geospatial information to insurers. This insurance industry consortium delivers geospatial imagery and analytics, leading to more informed underwriting, better claims decisions, reducing fraud and delivering faster catastrophe response. GIC’s growing member base includes Travelers, Metlife, MunichRe, USAA, Allstate, Citizens, and Brit. To learn more visit geointel.org.
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GIC has activated to Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Tropical Storm Imelda At 1200 PM Central, the center of Tropical Depression Eleven was located near latitude 28.7 North, longitude 95.4 West, just off the coast of Freeport, Texas. Shortly after being named a tropical depression, the system was upgraded to Tropical Storm Imelda as sustained winds of 40 mph were measured near Freeport. The system is moving toward the north near 7 mph (11 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue through early Wednesday. A north-northwestward motion is expected Wednesday night and Thursday. On the forecast track, the center of the system will move inland over the upper Texas coast later today, and move farther inland tonight and Wednesday. The system is expected to produce total rainfall accumulation of 5 to 10 inches with isolated maximum of 15 inches across the upper coastal region of Texas and into far southwest Louisiana through Thursday. The GIC Gray Sky Playbook calls for activation for imagery collection for hurricanes of Category 2 and greater or in special circumstances for Category 1. Therefore, considering both forecast track and intensity, imagery collection for this system is not anticipated. If you have questions please reach out to graysky@geointel.org. GIC post-disaster imagery is available for free to first responders and government agencies involved in response and recovery activities. GIC collects major disaster imagery areas for the use by insurance companies and shares this data with disaster response and recovery organization in order to help impacted communities recover. For more information and to sign up to be notified when imagery is collected, please visit Register for Post-Disaster Imagery
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GIC has activated to Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine. At 800 AM Eastern, the center of the disturbance was estimated near latitude 25.1 North, longitude 75.3 West, or 290 miles SE of Freeport Grand Bahama Island. The system is moving toward the northwest near 6 mph (9 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue with some increase in forward speed through the weekend. On the forecast track, the system is anticipated to move across the central and northwestern Bahamas today, and along the east coast of Florida Saturday and Saturday night. Some strengthening is forecast over the next 48 hours, and the system is expected to become a tropical depression or tropical storm later today or Saturday. The forecast track maintains the eye of the storm offshore, and though the system could bring tropical-storm-force winds over portions of the Florida east coast over the weekend, widespread impacts are not anticipated. Considering both forecast track and intensity of this system, imagery collection is not anticipated. If you have questions please reach out to graysky@geointel.org. GIC post-disaster imagery is available for free to first responders and government agencies involved in response and recovery activities. GIC collects major disaster imagery areas for the use by insurance companies and shares this data with disaster response and recovery organization in order to help impacted communities recover. For more information and to sign up to be notified when imagery is collected, please visit Register for Post-Disaster Imagery
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GIC maintains Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Hurricane Dorian. At 500 PM Eastern on Thursday 29-Aug-2019, the center of Hurricane Dorian was located near latitude 22.5 North, longitude 67.7 West. Dorian is moving toward the northwest near 13 mph (20 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue through Friday. A west-northwestward to westward motion is forecast to begin by Friday night and continue into the weekend.  Strengthening is forecast during the next few days, and Dorian is expected to become a major hurricane on Friday, and remain an extremely dangerous hurricane through the weekend. There is an increasing likelihood of life-threatening storm surge along portions of the Florida east coast late this weekend or early next week. The risk of devastating hurricane-force winds along the Florida east coast and peninsula late this weekend and early next week also continues to increase. GIC will continue to monitor and is making plans for imagery collection in Florida. GIC will begin daily member briefings as early as Sunday depending upon conditions. GIC will deploy Richard Butgereit, Director of Catastrophe Response, to the Florida State Emergency Operation Center beginning on Saturday. GIC members with specific requirements for imagery collection are encouraged to reach out to graysky@geointel.org. GIC post-disaster imagery is available for free to first responders and government agencies involved in response and recovery activities. GIC collects major disaster imagery areas for the use by insurance companies and shares this data with disaster response and recovery organization in order to help impacted communities recover. For more information and to sign up to be notified when imagery is collected, please visit Register for Post-Disaster Imagery
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GIC has activated to Level 3 – Enhanced Monitoring for Tropical Storm Dorian. At 800 AM Eastern on Wedneday 28-Aug-2019, the center of Tropical Storm Dorian was located near latitude 17.1 North, longitude 64.1 West, southwest of Puerto Rico. Dorian is moving toward the northwest near 13 mph (20 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue during the next few days. On this forecast track, the center of Dorian will pass over or near the U.S. and British Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico later today. Dorian is then forecast to move to the east of the Turks and Caicos and the southeastern Bahamas on Thursday, and near or to the east of the central and northwestern Bahamas on Friday and Saturday. Tropical storm conditions are expected and hurricane conditions are possible in Puerto Rico later today. The threat of tropical storm or hurricane conditions, along with storm surge, along the Florida east coast later this week have increased. GIC will continue to monitor and is making initial plans for potential imagery collection in Florida. As this system develops, if you have any requirements for imagery collection or have any questions, please reach out to graysky@geointel.org.
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