Better weather risk management.

Flood risk prevention is a key economic and social issue for many institutional and private players. Most of the time, these risks are linked to rivers with high flood risks during centennial and/or decennial floods, or are linked to catchment areas subject to sudden and exceptionally high levels of bad weather.

Weather alerts

Creation of alerts targeted to specific basins or zones.

Adapted service

A robust methodology in response to the sponsor's expectations, taking into account the complexity of the target site and its environment.

Graduated system

Our alerts are graduated according to the criticality of the space.

Our meteorological warning system is intended to be gradual and based on relevant and aggregated indicators to be exploitable by a non-specialist in meteorology and urban hydrology.

It allows a pre-alert on delays to be validated together before an episode with risk of flooding and is refined over time to confirm or not this pre-alert and lead to a final alert of about 30 minutes before an episode at risk.

Our system is based on alert indicators defined on the basis of meteorological conditions (precipitation) and hydrological conditions of the area to be monitored (flow rate or water level in particular for rivers).

Our clients in Environment

ENGIE Cofely is one of the leaders in energy transition in France and is part of the ENGIE Group, one of the world's leading energy companies. ENGIE Cofely is an energy and environmental efficiency services company that offers companies and local authorities solutions to make better use of energy and reduce their environmental impact. ENGIE Solutions was officially launched on January 1, 2020. This new entity brings together ENGIE Cofely, ENGIE Axima, ENGIE Ineo and ENGIE Réseaux to support professionals in their energy transition. A single brand, but as much know-how to meet your challenges. It is in this context that Weather Measures cooperates in the implementation of innovative solutions for optimising infrastructure management by integrating precise meteorology on a local scale.