Our solutions ecosystem empowers you to assess and monitor nature risk along extensive road networks.
Our platform enables you to assess and monitor nature risk along extensive railway networks.
Our capabilities within water surface flow can enhance your ability to accurately model reservoirs.
Our solutions ecosystem helps you minimize the impact of climate hazards and nature risks which otherwise may interrupt your business operations.
Keep your high-value real estate and critical infrastructure safe and operational in the case of severe weather events.
Today’s design and planning decisions will benefit generations to come.
Reduce downtime and prevent damage with nature risk information.
Building permitting and planning with greater precision and efficiency.
Minimize the impact of climate hazards which otherwise may interrupt your business operations.
We provide solutions that help you understand, plan, and manage nature risks and their impact on your project.
Innovative designs for the future require architects to carefully consider climate and nature footprint.
Make risk-based operational decisions that reduce downtime, prevent damage, and protect lives.
Accurate risk information helps you price your products and engage in prevention.
Our solutions ecosystem helps you minimize the impact of climate hazards and nature risks which otherwise may interrupt your services.
“FloodCube Realtime improves business decision-making by transforming rainfall forecasts into actionable flood forecasts using cutting-edge modeling”
“The FloodCube Planning tool makes it easy for advisors to change input data and to try different run-off situations. This could also be a well-suited tool for case handling, as it is easy to get an overview of what input data has been used in calculations that form the basis for a stormwater plan. “
“Through 7A’s analysis tools and expertise, the effects of floods in the future were quickly illustrated. We also received good input on the regulations surrounding the planning of buildings in flood-prone areas.”