Ambiental Flood CAT Models

Providing a more accurate overview of correlated flood risk

Our flexible flood catastrophe models are designed to give asset and risk managers precise data about their overall exposure in the event of a catastrophic flood. It enables you to rapidly assess portfolio-wide risk and make better decisions around capital allocation.

Built using the highest quality data for increased precision

Using the best available topographic data, along with precise historic river, rain and tide gauge data, our cat model simulates flooding disasters, predicting hazard and vulnerability down to building level if required. The high resolution of the model makes it far more precise in predicting probable maximum loss (PML), and it can also be calibrated against previous flood losses you have experienced.

Supports deterministic and probabilistic analysis methods

You can use the model to predict losses using historic events, or by using our realistic synthetic event sets. To meet the demand for more transparent modelling, the hazard and vulnerability modules are totally exposed to give you a better understanding of the model results.

Integrates easily with existing cat modelling software

The model currently integrates with Oasis and Elements, and we are working on adapting it for other cat modelling engines. We designed it to be flexible so that you can customise it, and we provide full training and support. We may also be able to deliver in a custom format – just ask.

Flexible Licensing

You can choose the perils, regions and level of aggregation you require. We can also provide data for a single specified event.

Contact our team to find out more.


Our Latest Videos



Watch David Martin, Ambiental’s Technical Director launching our new Australia FloodCat™ model for ELEMENTS at AON Benfield’s 2015 Impact Forecasting event in London.


Watch the highlights of AON Benfield’s Impact Forecasting Event in London 2015, featuring the launch of Ambiental’s Australia FloodCat™ model for ELEMENTS.

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