A software development company is offering earthquake prediction and emergency preparedneses to companies of all sizes, and the company’s chief executive says they’re a way for them to avoid costly delays.
“There’s a tremendous amount of uncertainty in the world right now, and I think a lot of people are still in denial about what’s going on,” Steve Moore, chief executive officer of the firm Revit Software Inc., told reporters in Washington Thursday.
“If you have to delay things because you can’t predict it, you’re in a terrible position.
You can’t pay the bills, you can lose your job.
You have to make sure you’re ready to go when things happen.”
Revit has already been helping small businesses manage the threat of earthquakes in the United States and elsewhere.
In addition to the earthquake-related products it offers, Revit also offers emergency preparedess and disaster mitigation software, which it calls “Revit” for short.
Revit’s software can predict a tsunami, tornado or tornado, or other large-scale natural disaster, based on a variety of factors including the strength of the earth’s crust, the type of terrain and the speed of earthquakes.
“In the case of a big earthquake, the probability is quite high that it’s going to hit the city of Los Angeles, and that’s a pretty strong indication,” Moore said.
Revit is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Moore has worked in the region since 2000. “
The question is, what kind of emergency preparednesses do you need?”
Revit is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Moore has worked in the region since 2000.
“This is one of the most exciting things we’ve been doing,” he said.
Revifit’s products include a software that provides data on the earthquake, such as the speed and direction of the quake and its epicenter.
“What we’ve found is that when people are able to predict and analyze the seismic information, they’re better prepared,” Moore told reporters.
“They’re more prepared when they’re out on the road, in the field.
They have more equipment, more training and more experience.”
Moore said the company also is working with a number of small businesses to offer the services to them.
“It’s really been a very collaborative effort, and we’ve got a lot more to do, and there’s going