Search +70 layers, import your local data, analyze economic losses by flood scenarios, develop real-time weather alerts and create dynamic hazard risk assessments for your community. Designed for planning, transportation, emergency response, and sustainability agencies.
What is the FEMA flood zone for a building? What is the 100YR flood loss for a coastal home? How many miles of roadway is exposed to a sea level rise scenario? Answer these questions via the Vizonomy Climate Risk Terminal.
Whether it’s supporting a hazard mitigation plan to identify long-term strategies fro risk reduction, increasing public awareness to build infrastructure bond-issue support, or assessing federal compliance against the new flood risk management standards, our platform provides a powerful solution for cities of all sizes.
Rely on more than 700 depth-damage methods for estimating direct economic losses by structure, neighborhood, or city. Perform analyses quickly and intuitively. Designed for planners, emergency managers, transportation specialists and sustainability officers.
Receive trigger alerts based on upcoming weather events for immediate planning and emergency response. Whether for emergency response and disaster risk prevention or supply chain risk management, our notification system allows for immediate responses ahead of any disaster.
Need to design your next Five-Year Plan? Incoporate Vizonomy’s Climate Risk Terminal as a digital complement to your Hazard Mitigation Plan. Include assets across transportation, finance, government, commercial, water, communication, education, flood protection and health sectors. Assess vulnerable populations baseed on age, race, family income, and other key attributes. Composit these layers and an economic loss model for internal analysis or public awareness.
Stream data from government data portals or import your local SHP, CSV, GeoJSON, and KMLs. Our comprehensive library easily allows users to analyze data from FEMA, NOAA, DOT, DHS, DOE, and other agencies; and OpenStreet Map.
How many buildings within a given Census Block, Neighborhood, or Municipality are exposed to the 100YR, 500YR, 1-6FT sea level rise scenarios? What comprises the vulnerable population within a custom flood scenario?
Share results via PDF or CSV. Also, use your insights to build public support for needed mitigation measures. See our work with Washington DC’s Department of Energy & the Environment.
Launched in September 2018, Vizonomy worked with the District’s Department of Energy & the Environment to launch a new public flood risk portal, in time for the year’s hurricane season.Read More