Technology should be more than just efficient or easy to use, especially when it comes to community resilience.
As the new standard of "human-friendly," humanity-friendly technology goes above and beyond by incorporating inclusivity in design, community-centered functions, and humane technology principles.
Our commitment to inclusivity.
No more one-size-fits-all. We believe technology can and should be designed to represent our diverse humanity by offering equitable usage solutions.
We’re dedicated to the never-ending journey of researching and developing inclusive technology, starting with cognitive learning style, ability, language, and information needs.
Built for the community.
In order to adapt to hazards, we rely on the community around us: our families, neighbors, local emergency response, community groups, healthcare, and local businesses.
We honor the idea that communities are as unique as the people in them and strive to build information sharing options that are shaped by your community’s needs.
Humane technology as a standard.
Technology has the power to both do good and cause harm. We choose the “First, Do No Harm” approach and other humane technology principles in everything we build. This means our decisions always prioritize human wellbeing and growth before profit.
Privacy and security at our core.
You are always in charge and informed of where your data is, why it’s being collected, and how it’s being used. There is no government backdoor into HazAdapt. We do not and will never sell your personal information. Ever.