Gaps in flood insurance coverage come from gaps in flood modeling.

More than 20% of flood claims come from outside of FEMA’s flood zones. While much of the data for improved flood data exists, the large flood insurance coverage gap has widened because the sheer quantity of varied and unstructured data sets.

Maptycs allows risk professionals to bring data sources across multiple formats and structures into a single geospatial platform for comprehensive analysis. Find insights hidden in your data by connecting with our team.

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