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What is i4cast®: Intelligence applied to sea and weather forecasts

10 months ago
1 min

Have you ever wondered how to manage climate risk rather than a climate crisis?

The climate is changing and coastal areas are the most affected by climate change. Recurring floods, extreme weather and sea conditions put lives at risk and incur economic losses.

To predict weather events, make proactive decisions and make the best use of your resources, it is not enough to just know what will happen, but where and how it will affect your operations. We talk more about this in our arcticle How to adapt to extreme weather events in 2022.

Risk management in ports and coastal operations

We've put together in this 40-second video, a summary of how i4cast® helps you take control over your planning with hyperlocal impact and risk-based sea and weather forecasts for your daily operations.

You can't control the weather, but with i4sea you can take control of the situation and focus on increasing the safety and efficiency of your business with intelligence applied to your operations.

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Mariana ThéveninBusiness Intelligence and Marketing Leader
Passionate about the movement of the ocean, Mariana is an oceanographer and a master in physical oceanography. She comes from more than 5 years of experience in science disclosure to create high-value content that shows the importance of proactiveness in climate security.
Passionate about the movement of the ocean, Mariana is an oceanographer and a master in physical oceanography. She comes from more than 5 years of experience in science disclosure to create high-value content that shows the importance of proactiveness in climate security.

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