Business continuity and climate resilience products to minimise the potential of disruption to services and supply chains
Corporate enterprises in a wide range of sectors are using our business continuity and climate resilience products to minimise the potential of disruption to their services and supply chains due to environmental hazards and extreme weather events.
FloodFutures®, our predictive flood model considers nine possible future climate change scenarios across the UK between 2020 and 2080. It helps a range of end users such as: local authorities, utility companies, infrastructure managers, insurers and commercial developers understand and plan for long-term flood risk.
Climate change is causing more frequent more severe weather events. These events also lead to ever more complex cascading effects impacting business operations directly and indirectly. Buildings, facilities, products, distribution, supply chains, and people will be facing increased exposure to these changing conditions. Lack of insight in the severity and frequency of these events on a global and local scale, puts your business more at risk than in the past. Together with Royal HaskoningDHV, our parent company, we are developing cutting-edge, environmental hazard alerting and monitoring systems that allow businesses, big and small to sense and respond more quickly to the cascading effects of disturbances in today’s complex delivery and production systems.
Flooding risks, sea level rise, drought, heat stress, ground instability, windstorm, freeze or hail to name but a few. We analyse these hazards in relation to your operations so that you can focus on becoming a more resilient company.
Whitepaper: UK Flooding Analysis
Source: James Hanson
FloodScore provides property-level flood risk scores and information. FloodScore is designed to provide quick, accurate and cost effective screening of the flood risks to individual properties or to entire property portfolios.
Our predictive flood model considers nine possible future climate change scenarios across the UK between 2020
and 2080. It helps utility
companies understand and
plan for long-term flood risk.