One Concern, a climate analytics company, and Veolia, the global champion of ecological transformation, announced today a three-year partnership agreement that establishes One Concern in Japan as a primary supplier of resilience and climate risk analytics. Veolia and One Concern Domino™ will work together to analyze the company's project's exposure to earthquakes and floods to further enhance maintenance planning, crisis response and business continuity planning.
One Concern Domino is a digital twin simulation platform for adverse weather and climate conditions. Domino estimates and forecasts the potential implications of climate and weather catastrophes across physical structures and infrastructure, such as the power grid, transportation networks and community.
"Japan needs resilient water systems; we're excited to provide Veolia climate risk assessment insights to further analyze water and wastewater systems resilience and risk exposure," said Ahmad Wani, Co-Founder and CEO, One Concern. "We look forward to delivering the latest in climate and data science to support Japan's local communities."
"Innovative risk modeling will allow Veolia to better protect and maintain water infrastructure and stress test facilities resilience," said Olivier Tridon, Global Head of Open Innovation for Business, Veolia. "At Veolia we support innovation and digital transformation of the water sector and our partnership with One Concern is a part of that strategy."