Perimeter was recognized last week as one of the “most human and altruistic tech projects of the year” as part of the 2020 Good Tech Awards, an annual article published in The New York Times.
The end-of-year column showcases the works of technology companies and other organizations that have taken action to improve society and promote general well-being. Perimeter was recognized for its innovations in emergency management and for providing support to first responders during the unprecedented 2020 wildfire season.
As the article notes, Perimeter is currently testing in multiple California cities such as Palo Alto and Petaluma, and is in the process of establishing partnerships in other states in the region. The Perimeter team will continue to expand the tools available to first responders as they prepare for the 2021 fire season.
The article is available online here.
By Trevor Greenan. Questions? Get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.