Dynamic Solutions for Stormwater and Flood Management
Aging stormwater systems and extreme weather events have increased the risk of flooding, calling for stormwater and flood management teams to be more proactive.
Streamline Technologies empowers engineering professionals and emergency responders with precise tools to forecast, prepare for, and mitigate stormwater and flooding impacts.
Solutions by Industry
Streamline Technologies offers flexible, user-friendly stormwater and flooding software that promote resiliency and sustainability for both the public and private sectors. Teams can save lives and money by shifting away from a wait-and-see approach.
Achieve better coordination, data sharing, and decision-making. Proactively manage stormwater runoff to mitigate flood risks while improving water quality, public safety, disaster preparedness, and overall environmental health.
StormWise (previously ICPR) is a hydrologic and hydraulic modeling engine that has enabled engineers and modelers to improve public safety, identify flood-risk zones, and model the flow of stormwater to reduce damages for over 40 years.
FloodWise (previously Real-Time Flood Forecasting) runs in real-time and predicts flooding at the street, house, and critical infrastructure level several days in advance, so emergency response teams can save lives and money, allocate resources appropriately, and mitigate flood impacts.
Years of Innovative Solutions
Years of Combined Team Experience
Product Training Recipients
Sign up for one of our upcoming workshops for a step-by-step training on theory, use, and practical application of StormWise (previously ICPR4). Attendees of our workshops will receive:
- Personalized instruction
- Extensive course materials
- In-depth modeling concepts
- 12 Continuing Education Credits for Certified Floodplain Managers
- 21 PDHs for Professional Engineers
Clients of Streamline Technologies
Reduce Vulnerability and Increase Resiliency
See how Streamline Technologies can help your organization with resiliency, sustainability, and complex stormwater management and water resource problems.