Detect Costly Hail Damage Early With Data and Artificial Intelligence

Maggie Kimberl  |

Louisville, Kentucky based Weathercheck is doing something no one else is doing — using available data from multiple sources to determine where hail damage is likely to happen. This has landed them a spot in YCombinator's 2019 cohort, the first Kentucky company to do so. But why does it matter? Hail damage is sneaky. You don't always know when you have hail damage and by the time you discover it, it may be too late. Early detection enables you to fix the damage before it becomes too costly. Learn more about detecting hail damage from this infographic!

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