Kepler51 Analytics Releases Winter Disruption Outlook Report for Transportation
Austin, Texas – Kepler51 Analytics today announced the release of its Winter 2017-2018 Transportation Outlook, in collaboration with MetCon, LLC. The Winter Transportation Outlook and Daily Transportation Disruption Reports are tailored by Kepler51 meteorologists specifically for the transportation industry. The downloadable report examines six different regions of the country providing details of what to expect this winter and the likely impact on transportation.
“With parallels to the winter of 1995-1996 that produced severe blizzard conditions crippling the Northeast in January 1996, the transportation industry can expect above-normal disruptions in a number of regions across the country,” said Murray Armstrong, CEO.
As a Public Benefit Corporation, the company has a charter to promote safer roads for all road users and is therefore making the Winter 2017-2018 Transportation Outlook available for free download from its website. Additionally, users can receive Daily Transportation Disruption Reports through the end of November.
Each year, 24 percent of weather-related vehicle crashes occur on snowy, slushy or icy pavement and 15 percent happen during snowfall or sleet. To help mitigate these safety and delay risks, Kepler51 monitors the entire road network, providing transportation companies with the detailed insight needed to make more informed decisions. In addition to risk analysis and visualization, the company provides solutions to help restore transportation networks safely and efficiently after severe weather events.
The complimentary report is available for download on www.Kepler51.com
About Kepler51 Analytics, PBC
Kepler51 Analytics is a big data geospatial analytics company based in Austin, Texas. Kepler51 has applied machine learning to decades of research and tens of millions of road accidents to identify combinations of factors contributing to increased risk to safety or reduced mobility. Kepler51’s advanced Weather and Road Weather modeling monitor the road network in real-time and combine with predictive analytics to help reduce accidents and increase mobility.