Resilient Analytics

Resilient Analytics™ focuses on taking the conversation around climate change a step further into quantifying the impacts that a changing climate may have on different types of infrastructure, and performing vulnerability analysis, adaptation studies, risk assessments and providing information at different levels including cost-benefit information and adaptation design strategies to then take to the next step of construction and engineering intervention. We are founded by a group of researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder and include a team of civil and architectural engineers, climate scientists, hydrologists, economists, and policy. 

The IPSSTM Infrastructure Resiliency Snapshot provides cities with the opportunity to analyze the financial risk and asset vulnerability that exists in a portfolio of infrastructure elements (roads and/or buildings) due to a changing current and future climate. This data can be utilized to inform vulnerability planning, or can feed into a full adaptation and risk assessment of critical infrastructure assets through a partnership with Resilient Analytics.