the perimeter platform

The Incident Data You Need,
When and Where You Need it


On the frontlines of a fire, simple and reliable tools matter most: it’s why public safety has depended on radios and paper maps for decades. 

We bridge the gap between the sophisticated data systems critical for fighting wildfires, and reliable tools that responders can actually use in an incident.

Data Intelligence

First responders can easily input, share, and visualize information in real-time. Instantly track disaster locations, road closures, evacuation routes, and more on a shared map. Flexible permissioning allows users to share specific information between customized teams. 

Two screenshots of the mobile version of the Perimeter platform. The left screenshot shows the incident entry screen, set to add details about an evacuation route such as the route name, description, and an option to make it public. The right screenshot shows the process for drawing a route on the Perimeter platform.
Two screenshots of the mobile version of the Perimeter platform. The left screen shows the process for saving a map offline, with the option to enter a name for the map. The right screen shows the base Perimeter map and search bar, set to the topography map setting.

Usability

Perimeter works when you need it to. Battle-tested in offline and low-connectivity situations, responders rely on Perimeter’s fire response software to keep them safe during an incident. 

Our intuitive interface is designed to be easy to use: the knowledge of complex data systems, with the simplicity of Google Maps.

Time Saved

Perimeter helps you spend less time tracking people and doing paperwork, so you can focus your efforts where you need them most in the field. Dynamically assign groups and roles to responder teams, track personnel, and allocate resources from a single place. 

Two screenshots of the mobile version of the Perimeter platform. The left screenshot shows the screen for adding a new team, with options to give the team a title, add members, add a description, and make the team public. The right screenshot shows the base Perimeter map with icons for responder locations and one incident location.

Designed for Collaboration


As wildfire rates continue to rise, mutual aid has become crucial in containing large incidents. Quick, seamless inter-agency collaboration is key. Perimeter connects multiple communication channels and data sources into one shared platform across agencies.

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