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Webinar: Mitigation and emergency planning for combined flood events with DHI FloodRisk
Decision makers all over the world are confronted with the challenge of protecting valuable community assets against flooding from the sea, rivers and cloudbursts in urban and rural areas.

In response to this challenge, DHI created the new web-based tool, DHI FloodRisk. DHI FloodRisk provides not only hydraulic experts, engineers and modelling experts but also urban planners, climate economists, emergency agencies and decision makers the ability to test different climate scenarios and the effect of proposed mitigation measures.

With its user-friendly web-based interface, anyone can produce dynamic flood maps in the cloud and access mapped and aggregated damage loss calculations with ease. Once setup for a given region, users can then access many features and discover ways to utilise the platform in different project planning phases as well as for emergency planning.

Join us for this 45-minute webinar as we discuss flood hazard planning and how to reduce economic losses using this dynamic new technology.

Topics
• Introduction to dynamic flooding from sea, inland and cloudbursts
• How to quickly deploy and upload a model in DHI FloodRisk
• Defining the event (sea, inland and urban), mitigation and damage loss model
• Behind-the-scene automated parallel cloud computations

Time
This webinar will take place on 01 October 2020 at two time slots
06:00-06:45 UTC or 15:00-15:45 UTC
Choose the time that suits you best!

Register now! There are only seats available for the first 100 attendees.

We look forward to your participation!

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Speakers

NILS DRØNEN
Chief Coastal Engineer @DHI A/S
Nils Drønen, Chief Engineer at DHI, is an engineering and MIKE modelling specialist with 20 years of experience in erosion, flooding, coastal protection and climate adaption of coastal areas. Over the recent many year Dr. Drønen has been focusing more and more on the interaction between multiple sources of flooding (sea level rise, tides, storm surges, river runoff and cloudbursts) as well as estimation of damage losses and mitigation against flooding in urban and inland areas near the coast. MSc, PhD, Civil and Env. Engineering, Technical University of Denmark.