Forbes Tech Council: Hurricanes Blow, But Our Forecasting Sucks

Our Founder and CEO, Yi Chao, is a member of the Forbes Technology Council.  In his first contributed article, Yi addresses the challenges with hurricane forecasting.

2020 was an epic year for hurricanes with the most named storms on record. The rapid intensification of hurricanes, defined as a meteorological situation where a tropical cyclone intensifies dramatically in a short period of time, poses significant perils to coastal communities. Although hurricane forecasting has improved over the years, data problems abound with siloed data and a dearth of data below the ocean’s surface.

Read the article here.