Receive email warnings when flooding is forecasted at your location, up to 48 hours in advance. This warning will allow you to take action to minimise flood impacts. Warnings include forecasted depth, time and duration of flooding.
There are two types of warnings:
When the location of an asset and forecasted flood intersect, a warning is triggered. Providing up to a 48-hour outlook of flooding for the assets at risk. This warning is delivered via email.
Used typically for county boundaries when a forecasted flood falls across the location of your asset. These provide a 48-hour outlook for the assets at risk. This warning is also delivered via email.
The Flood Dashboard displays our unique nowcasts and forecasts in an easy to view format, accessed from anywhere via your web browser.
Our Flood Dashboard enables you to visualise how a flood situation evolves hourly across a 48-hour period. Government warnings for main river and coastal flooding are presented alongside Previsico’s forecasted outputs for surface water and ordinary water course flooding, providing users a holistic overview of multiple flood perils to support event response coordination.
This platform provides you with the tools you need to prepare and respond to a flood event.
Our API solution allows real-time flood forecasts to be integrated into your existing systems. This means flood nowcasts and forecasts of surface water flooding and small watercourses can be integrated and displayed via your own dashboard and email warning systems.
To enhance our flood resilience solutions, Previsico’s depth sensor solutions utilise connected devices that provide high-confidence data on the timing and nature of flood events.
Devices are set to generate warnings when flood water reaches pre-set thresholds that are agreed between you and our experts, ensuring devices are correctly configured in-line with your requirements.
Our unique solution provides full diagnostics with each reading, meaning the data can be verified in near-real-time. This removes the uncertainty that exists around depth measurement reliability, and ensures full confidence in the data.