Saturday, August 02, 2008
The Risks of Outdated Flood Data - Webinar
When risk management and flood modeling professionals base their projects on unreliable flood mapping data, the consequences can be severe – for individuals and insurance companies alike. This Webinar focuses on the inadequacies of current flood maps and the potential costs, both human and financial, associated with reliance on outdated elevation data. Discussion topics include current map modeling techniques, what individuals and companies need to know regarding the FEMA National Flood Insurance Policy, and how accurate data can help enable address-specific flood modeling.
Date: August 13th, 2008
Time: 11am EDT
Primary Speaker: Kevin Little (Intermap Technologies)
Subject Matter Expert: Kea Marie Beiningen (Intermap Technologies)
Kevin Thomas (Moderator)
About the Subject Matter Expert:
Kea Marie Beiningen, CFM, Intermap Technologies
Kea Beiningen graduated from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 2004 with a BA degree in geography and environmental studies with an emphasis in geographical information systems, remote sensing, and hydrology. Since graduation, her experience includes GPS field mapping, creating Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRM) for FEMA, and developing environmental assessment maps for the Colorado Department of Transportation. She now works for Intermap in the Insurance Solutions Group for the Product Development Team. Ms. Beiningen received her Certified Floodplain Management certificate in 2006 and has continuously taken classes to maintain this status.
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