waterRIDE FLOOD (Viewer/Manager) is the hugely powerful central module for the waterRIDE suite. It is a purpose-built floodplain management support system designed to allow anyone to easily and quickly access flood information. Based on the waterRIDE time-varying GIS engine, it supports the results of any 1D or 2D flood model.
Our Next-Gen Cloud platform gives you fast, easy and centralised access to your flooding datasets, no matter where you are working from. You can instantly share a logon (perhaps temporarily) with external parties, and do away with the need to send/download datasets.
We've changed the game. Enabling rich, interactive, and full featured application access to your information online – no install required. What’s more, we added a new data management service, so you can either process your raw data yourself, or we can look after it all.
The need to provide clear, fast and understandable flood information to the general community has never been more important.
Whether it's design flood information, public exhibition of a new study, or the current flood forecast, waterRIDE LITE automatically publishes your flood information to anyone, on any device.
It truly is flooding data in your pocket.
DATA Manager helps you manage your ever increasing volumes of flooding data in an integrated fashion.
It provides a "flooding industry specific" means of managing your datasets covering single point of truth, versioning, archiving, rollback, data history, quality control, overlap management, data access, information flow, metadata and much more.
The Forecast Console automates the data collection and processing in a waterRIDE-based real-time flood forecasting system.
It makes it even easier to determine what impending flooding may mean to you.
Our forecast data packs are waterRIDE-ready forecast rainfall datasets based on the BoM's variety of rainfall products.
As the datasets are grids, they provide a valuable, interrogatable data source during and prior to rainfall.
1D Surface allows you to build a 2D framework for your 1D model results. This can then be used with the FLOOD Manager module to query a range of flood information as if it were a native 2D model.
TERRAIN was developed to create usable digital elevation models from massive airborne laser scanning or LiDAR terrain datasets, on demand. The module employs advanced data scaling algorithms to ensure you receive the highest quality DEM possible from your raw data.