Data Science Company, Mogean, Is Publicizing Analysis of Evacuation Progress in Regions Impacted by Hurricane Matthew

ATLANTA--()--With millions potentially impacted by Hurricane Matthew along the Southeastern U.S. coastline and traffic building along evacuation routes, Mogean is using its proprietary and patent-pending data collection capabilities and advanced data science techniques to analyze the evacuation progress in Florida, Georgia, and North and South Carolina.

Mogean’s analysis shows that as of Thursday evening, the following counties have made the greatest progress in evacuating residents away from areas under the hurricane warning or mandatory evacuation:

Charleston, SC

Osceola, FL

Seminole, FL

The company’s data found that the counties where the largest percentage of people have yet to evacuate are in:

Martin, FL

Flagler, FL

Brevard, FL

“At Mogean, we decided to monitor and make this information available as a public service in the hopes of helping individuals and government officials after my sister’s family in Hilton Head, S.C., was forced to relocate out of the storm’s reach,” said Matt Reilly, CEO, Mogean. “We will periodically post updates on the evacuation progress during the storm on the Mogean website at”

Mogean’s data identifies the counties where the highest percentage of the population has complied with the government’s evacuation order and those areas where the evacuation response has been lowest.

About Mogean

Mogean, based in Atlanta, creates advanced geospatial location data and predictive analytics to deliver the real time information companies need to offer relevant services and products to consumers. Rather than spamming consumers with unwanted mobile ads, Mogean uses advanced algorithms that analyze ambient data in real time to enable companies to assess, predict and meet consumer needs. More information is available at


Barbara Lyon, +1-703-599-8330

Release Summary

Data scientists analyze Hurricane Matthew evacuation.


Barbara Lyon, +1-703-599-8330