Knowing precisely how an earthquake will affect different locations is valuable information for building owners, insurers and disaster relief agencies. We build sensor networks (currently Mexico and Chile) that provide early-warnings, but also significant datasets for this usage.
Grillo's seismic networks can help you understand risk at the building or urban scale.
Grillo has been deploying its sensors in Mexico and Chile since 2015.
Understand shaking on an urban scale and tailor premiums accordingly
- Our seismic data can provide granularity not otherwise possible due to sensor density
- Get real-time information via API or dashboard
Use our seismic data to know how earthquakes affect the area your building is in.
- Make data-driven decisions about operations
- Know vulnerability for the occupants
We have decided to open up our valuable sensor data to help research and development of detection methods. AWS is hosting this as part of their OpenData initiative.
Explore 3 years of raw accelerometer readings with common programming languages and try to detect earthquakes and other seismological events that occured in Mexico and Chile. Read more here.