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OASIS 2017

Future Danube: Multi-hazard and Risk Model
January 2017 until December 2017
100.000 € funded by Climate-KIC, Demonstrator:
Fred Hattermann

The Future Danube model is a multi-hazard and risk model suite for the Danube region that is currently developed comprising of modules for estimating potential perils from heavy precipitation, heatwaves, floods, droughts, as well as damage risk considering climate change. Web-based open Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology allows customers to graphically analyse and overlay perils and other spatial information such as population density or assets exposed. Co-design with stakeholders and practitioners considering user needs will increase the models utility beyond the insurance sector to industry and the public sector.

PIK: Coordination, hydrological module, visualization module.