About the Oasis Hub
Oasis HUB is a joint initiative of EIT Climate-KIC, Oasis Loss Modelling Framework (LMF) Ltd and the Oasis+ Consortium formed in 2015. The initiative was formed to increase the availability of information on catastrophe and climate change risk and to assist the development of evidence-based climate adaptation planning. The founding members bring together expertise from throughout the EU, including financial and prestigious academic and research organisations who seek to encourage the development of a broader market within the modelling and services sector in catastrophe and climate change risk and climate adaptation.
What is it?
The Oasis HUB is an online portal/marketplace for the publishing and purchasing of environmental data, adaptation planning tools, models and services.
Data resident on, and linked from the Oasis HUB is provided in partnerships with leading academic, government and specialist organisations, as well as building on freely available data.
Tools and Services
The Oasis HUB also makes tools and services available. Tools fall into the following categories:
- Hazard Scenario
Consulting and advisory services, enable the better understanding of deployment, and/or the creation of adaptation strategies.
The overall HUB assists data providers in getting their work to market, quickly and cost effectively. Reducing time and costs to
take adaptation from academic theory to actionable outcomes. the HUB facilitates the creation of market opportunities in known markets and identifies opportunities in new markets.
For consumers of data, such as Catastrophe Modellers, Resilience/Risk Officers/City Mayors/Smart City Designers, Risk Managers in Financial and Insurance Services, and Real Estate and Critical Infrastructure, and Risk/Operations/Supply Chain Managers, charities and NGO's. The Oasis HUB provides access to data, tools and associated services through a simple to use, yet powerful membership community.
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