The project will result to the intensive demonstration of an improved version of the European-wide rainfall induced hazard identification tool. The main advancements will include : Improvement of the robustness and usability of the forecasting methodologies from the feedback obtained from the HAREN (2011 Call) project verification tests. Improvement of the convective storms now- casting skills using multisensory observations (European-wide OPERA radar mosaics (up to 6 hours forecasts), satellite imagery and lightning) and the introduction of a model based convection scheme to include convective evolution into the precipitation forecasts. European-wide lightning hazard identification and forecasting based on the GLD360 and EUCLID products. European-wide Hydrological hazard identification based on basin aggregated rainfall forecasts for basins over 10 km. Increase of the complementarity of the generated products and graphic interface with EFAS. The improvements of the platform will be extensively demonstrated in a number of actions, analysing its usefulness for Civil Protection Agencies, including a European Training School organised at the Civil Protection of Lower Austria.