On May 8, 2023, San Benito County began its contract with Perimeter, an all-risk evacuation management platform that supports information sharing and collaboration across disciplines,… Read More »San Benito County begins contract with Perimeter
On May 30, 2023, Douglas County began a contract with Perimeter, an all-risk evacuation management platform that supports information sharing and collaboration across disciplines, jurisdictional… Read More »Douglas County begins contract with Perimeter
On March 23, 2023, San Joaquin County began a contract with Perimeter, an all-risk evacuation management platform that supports information sharing and collaboration across disciplines,… Read More »San Joaquin County begins contract with Perimeter
Perimeter is an all-risk platform that utilizes geospatial information system (GIS) mapping for real-time incident and evacuation management — but this system has many uses… Read More »How to use Perimeter in non-emergency settings
As we covered in our last piece, current emergency management tactics reflect an approach to community engagement and information management that is fundamentally flawed. Updated… Read More »Beyond silos: How to increase collaboration in incident response
Understanding and managing the effects of second-hand trauma could help improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of first responders.
California is currently experiencing the worst drought conditions since 2016. While this water shortage is impacting everything from agriculture to drinking water supply, the interactions between drought and wildfire are of particular concern.
Perimeter was featured in TechCrunch on Monday after the company announced that it had finished raising a $1 million pre-seed investment round.
“I think what it means to be an entrepreneur is to be someone who pays so much attention to their environment that they recognize when the status quo isn’t good enough for people who are being affected,” said Perimeter co-founder Bailey Farren on the most recent episode of the Stairway to CEO podcast.
Perimeter was recognized as one of the “most human and altruistic tech projects of the year” as part of the 2020 Good Tech Awards, an end-of-year article published in The New York Times.