Welcome to Flood Map Desktop(TM) for ESRI ArcGIS. FMD is public domain software maintained by Atkins for the production of Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Digital Flood Insurance Rate Maps (DFIRM), Letters of Map Revision (LOMR), DFIRM databases, and metadata.
FMD requires no dependencies on 3rd party software fees* or internet connections to create FEMA's products. Everything produced by FMD is compliant with all of FEMA's Guidelines & Specifications including all Procedure Memorandums.DISCLAIMER OF DAMAGES
Atkins has made every effort possible to ensure that Flood Map Desktop (FMD) Software is free of any bugs or errors; however, in no way is FMD Software to be considered error or bug free. You assume all responsibility for any damages or lost data that may result from any errors or bugs in FMD Software.
REFERRALS & LINKS
FMD Software is not responsible for any content on pages which link to us or any pages which we link to. If any damages occur by using information on referred pages, only the author of the respective page may be held liable.
Although this software is released without conditions or restrictions in its use, it is expected that appropriate credit be given to its author and the Atkins group should the software be included by the recipient as an element in other product development or presentation.
FMD 11 supports ArcGIS 10.2 and ArcGIS 10.3 (recommended).
Note: FMD 11 will not work with ArcGIS 10.4
FMD Software does encourage users to submit feedback regarding any of our existing products. Please submit feature requests and bug reports to email@example.com.
Data Management Tools
*The only exceptions to this rule are ESRI 3D Analyst extension to create coastal flood hazard zone contours from WHAFIS output files, Maplex for Risk DFIRM labeling, and Spatial Analyst for Floodplain Boundary Standard Audit. FMD will still allow you to automatically convert your WHAFIS output files into a database for GIS analysis without 3D Analyst. The Maplex extensions is available for free with ArcInfo license level with ArcGIS10 software.