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
Perimeter raised $4.4 million using the crowdfunding platform Wefunder in May 2023 following an endorsement from Jeff Brown of Brownstone Research. Led by Ken Singer… Read More »Perimeter concludes $4.4 million crowdfunding campaign
Perimeter co-founder and CEO Bailey Farren was interviewed live for the KSRO Morning News last week about the inspiration behind the Perimeter platform.
Following the conclusion of our summer program on August 28, Perimeter’s interns have provided some insight into this new experience: what worked well, what could use some improvement, and some key takeaways for other employers while they adapt to online work settings as the pandemic continues.
Perimeter CEO Bailey Farren was nominated for the 2020 Pritzker Emerging Environmental Genius Award for her working bringing real-time geospatial technology into the hands of first responders.
Perimeter won two of the four categories voted on by judges and audience members at Thursday’s ONE WORLD Virtual Impact Summit, which recognized companies with significant potential for social impact.
Responder Corp, an organization focused on supporting the public safety industry, invited Perimeter co-founders Bailey Farren and Noah Wu to a demonstration of new technologies built on 5G capability.
Perimeter founder and CEO Bailey Farren presented at the Alchemist Accelerator Demo Day on January 23 to an audience of over 250 investors and startup founders.
Perimeter co-founders Bailey Farren and Noah Wu were announced as 2020 Westly Prize winners on Thursday, January 23.