IMPROVING FLOOD RESILIENCE
We create weather, flood, cyclone and climate change hazard maps, risk assessments and management strategies to improve flood resilience.
These strategies integrate the latest science, numerical modelling, economics and engineering techniques to ensure science is at the core of planning and regulation. It ensures we can plan for, forecast and respond to extreme events now and in the future.
Coastal Hazard Assessments
Coastal process assessments for erosion, recession, typhoons, cyclones, wave overtopping, inundation, sea level rise and flood risk studies. Risk assessments and review of adaptation pathways.
Extremes analysis, hydrologic and hydraulic modelling, flood risk assessments for development application, floodplain risk management and emergency plans
Our Technology: JFlow
Urban stormwater hydrology, 1D/2D hydraulic modelling for planning applications, stormwater risk planning, flood infrastructure assessment and prioritisation
Our Technology: JScreen
Economic appraisal of potential infrastructure benefits, benefit:cost analysis of flood and coastal designs, calculation of damages, present value and economic gains.
Our Technology: FRISM
Asset Management for Remote Communities
Development of new data collection and management systems, using iPad and semi-connected online web portals, for input of existing data, new collection and training.
Our Technology: GISmapp
Community engagement or training courses on coastal, flooding and climate change risks, for education or unternal capacity building.
Our Technology: Physical tools