We supported Canopy Drones to innovate and diversify their service offering.
The Flood Innovation Centre offered fully funded support packages to SMEs and community sector organisations in the Humber Region and other ERDF designated ‘transition’ areas until the project end on 30 June 2023.
Find out about some of our collaborative innovation projects here.
We worked with 2B Landscape Consultancy to help them extend their portfolio of services and expertise in order to enhance the company’s services around flood mitigation.
The Flood Innovation Centre supported Andel in real-world testing of their flood alert system.
We worked with this established Terrorist Incident Management portal provider on a new Flood Risk Management system.
The Flood Innovation Centre supported Canopy Drones to develop and roll-out a new Natural Flood Management flood survey service.
We supported Community Centres to understand and act on their flood risk through free flood surveys.
An informal group brought together by the Flood Innovation Centre to share research and experience on flooding and community gardening.
The Flood Innovation Centre supported FloodJack International Ltd to accelerate the commercialisation of their product.
The support package developed for HFR Solutions comprised three elements to further the Flood-in-a-Box idea: hydrologic expertise, chemical analysis, and web-based app development.
The Flood Innovation Centre helped M.B. Roche Civil Engineering to add new services in Sustainable Drainage Systems.
An Aviva Foundation funded project to map gaps in post-flood recovery provision and develop a practical framework for ‘building back better’.
Adapting the University of Hull campus into a living laboratory for sustainable drainage.
Live testing of citizen emergency flood alerts on campus at the University of Hull.