Expert Risk Articles

For knowledge sharing worldwide, features on a variety of risk topics in both the AGCS in-house media and external publications.

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Over-exposed - vineyard volatility amid a changing climate
01 August 2017

Climate disruptions are increasing in volatility throughout the world. Among one of the hardest hit is agribusiness – specifically wineries – which depend on stable soils and climatological consistency.

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    Over-exposed - vineyard volatility amid a changing climate
    01 August 2017

    Climate disruptions are increasing in volatility throughout the world. Among one of the hardest hit is agribusiness – specifically wineries – which depend on stable soils and climatological consistency.

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    Risk innovation: New tools and new ways to approach risk mitigation
    23 December 2016

    New innovative tools are in place to predict casualty exposures – “the next asbestos” – that can potentially be dangerous to companies and economies.

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    Risk Snapshot: “Fortuna” CCGT plant
    01 June 2016

    Stadtwerke Düsseldorf and Siemens fire up power plant and break three world records.

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    Industry 4.0: A new definition of manufacturing?
    01 June 2016

    The “post-information” age of augmented reality, big data, “clouds” and other technologies is upon us, but it necessitates refining existing and developing new risk services offered for manufacturing risks.

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    Cyber-attacks on critical infrastructure
    20 July 2016

    Critical infrastructure systems are interconnected to form the energy “grid”. Although beneficial to the public this grid is vulnerable to cyber-attack by hacktivists or terrorists. How can these perils be mitigated?

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