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Making existing risk information available at your fingertip.


Identify unwanted events and assess the consequences in a designated area in a split second with the RiskCube.


We provide a unique dataset with a comprehensive set of open data sources, in addition to our own 7A, high-precision caution areas.


Sustainability reporting (CSDR, EU Taxonomy, BREEAM etc.)
The data can quickly and easily be extracted for reporting purposes to show how sustainability risks are being adequately managed. As sustainability reporting gets more pressing, the demands for quality and efficiency increase.


Risk and Vulnerability Analysis

The RiskCube is built upon the guidelines for Risk and Vulnerability Analysis from the Norwegian Directorate of Civil Protection (DSB) and provide a platform for shared, map-based knowledge. Pin-point an address, an administrative boundary or draw up an area and get a full overview of risk info.




Get in touch

Are you interested in learning more about RiskCube? Please get in touch or request a demo.

Jonas Aas Torland

CCO & Co-Founder

Explore our platform

  • FloodCube Planning

    Sustainable planning of stormwater management

  • FloodCube Realtime

    A realtime flood warning solution

  • InzureFlood

    Assess actual climate risk for insurance pricing

  • GeoCube

    Enables you manage risks with the needed acuity

What some of our
customers are saying

  • Jostein Mæland, COO at StormGeo

    “FloodCube Realtime improves business decision-making by transforming rainfall forecasts into actionable flood forecasts using cutting-edge modeling”

  • Hogne Hjelle, Manager at Bergen Water Utility

    “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. “

  • Torstein Oen, Project Manager at OBOS Real Estate

    “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.”