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30/04/2015 08:48:12

CH2M is pleased to announce the release of Flood Modeller Pro 4.0, the latest upgrade to its industry leading flood modelling software.

“With a legacy stretching back 40 years and with more than 13,000 users across the globe, the next generation of our flood modelling software allows users to build and run models quicker and more intuitively than ever before,” said Dr. Richard Crowder director for CH2M’s Flood Modeller Suite.

The upgraded release retains the key features, open data file format, and data structure as previous versions of CH2M’s flood modelling software, allowing users to continue to utilise the tools and workflows they have developed. Flood Modeller Pro also includes stunning new innovative features, more flexibility and additional productivity tools - all designed to improve the user experience. Integration with third-party tools, including the US Environmental Protection Agency's Storm Water Management Model (SWMM), BMT WBM’s TUFLOW model and Deltares Delft-FEWS system is also included.

The Flood Modeller interface

Eagerly anticipated across the flood risk management industry, Flood Modeller Pro 4.0 delivers a superior flood modelling experience by bringing together CH2M’s industry leading 1D and 2D solvers into one integrated package. Flood Modeller Pro introduces a striking new user interface, completely redesigned to integrate individual modelling components within a single application—delivering a more intuitive environment for building, running, and analysing flood models. It also offers support for multi-screen working and web mapping services.

Flood Modeller Free, a free version of the software, is also available and provides the same functional interface as Flood Modeller Pro for users building and running smaller models.

Download your free copy today!

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