Flood Dashboard

The Flood Dashboard visualises Previsico’s unique nowcasts and forecasts for surface water and ordinary watercourse flooding and works in conjunction with the asset and District Notifications.

Accessed from anywhere via your web browser, Previsico’s Flood Dashboard

The Flood Dashboard enables you to visualise how the flood situation evolves with hourly flood tile views 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.



    Efficient flood planning:  View real-time flood data from Previsico and other multiple sources overlaid on your assets, showing the worst affected areas and most vulnerable properties

    Tailored platform: District or asset-based synchronised with Previsico Notifications

    Coordinated approach: This can help coordinate the flood response for control centres e.g. in respect to emergency vehicles, the control centre can assess which infrastructure may be impacted most and select the best access routes


    Easy-to-view flood information at your fingertips

    Forecasts include an alert level and message outlining the nature of the risk

    Shows Previsico forecast alongside existing government alerts including EA, SEPA and NRW alerts

    All your assets in one place

    Tailored alert message with a risk level

    Additional widgets enable such as hillshade maps enable further inspection of events

    Accessible 24/7


    For Insurers

    Reduce flood losses and
    improve customer support

    For Government

    Improve resilience and
    event response

    For Business

    Reduce disruption
    and losses

    The next generation of floodforecasting has arrived

    Our cutting-edge FloodMap Live technology is underpinned by two decades of research at Loughborough University.

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