S-CountryDesk is an international network which has been established as a joint project between the Major German Savings Banks and their European and overseas partners. Together with partners like CONIAS Risk Intelligence, S-CountryDesk gives users the opportunity to have access to the infrastructure, product offerings, local expertise and capabilities of these foreign banks and provide them with key information about countries of interest.
In early 2019, CONIAS Risk Intelligence has become an official Provider in Esri's ArcGIS Marketplace, an App Store with access to the largest GIS user base in the world. There, you can also find our solutions for evaluating political instability and risk in your supply chain as well as travel and expat security.
Con terra is an Esri Inc. Platinum Partner, integrating smart Geo-IT solutions into the IT structures of private sector customers as well as public administration agencies. To broaden the spectrum of future risks and hazards visible to users, CONIAS Risk Intelligence, con terra, and Swiss Re Group co-developed the Geo Risk Analyzer in 2016 (Webinar)
Geocom is part of the Esri Deutschland Group GmbH and an Esri Inc (USA) Platinum Partner, supporting clients through geoinformation systems (GIS) with regards to utility, industrial plant management, transport, and logistics markets. In cooperation with CONIAS Risk Intelligence, geocom also offers Risk Management Solutions that help clients to visualize, analyze and evaluate risks in their supply chain as well as production and supplier sites.
Soliswiss aims to secure the livelihood of Swiss nationals, both women and men, living abroad, travelers as well as citizens returning home. The cooperative provides advice and arranges healthcare insurance, life and pension insurance, civil liability insurance as well as asset management. In this context, questions of travel- and expat security become ever more important.
In the past two decades, the Institute for Political Science of the University of Heidelberg has been the "breeding ground" of CONIAS Risk Intelligence. In the course of many research and consulting projects, it was here where the methodological and analytical foundation of our solutions had been developed.
Since 1991, the Heidelberg Institute for International Conflict Research (HIIK), a non-profit, and interdisciplinary organization, conducts independent research on the emergence, dynamics, and settlement of political conflicts worldwide, currently working with more than 200 volunteer researchers.