Google’s parent company Alphabet is intending to get a huge number of Peruvians online in the wake of harm caused by extreme floods.

In light of individuals, Google’s parent company, Alphabet, chosen to build up a framework that conveys balloons sharing internet access to places where people are most in require. That is the means by which Project Loon took place.

The connectivity was empowered with the assistance of Spanish telecoms major Telefonica, which works in Peru, and a few different associations who helped in setting up ground stations that empowered the balloons to connect to the internet.

A map of Peru's flooding, and the areas where Project Loon is active in the region.

Photo: Alphabet/Project Loon

A huge number of individuals have been dislodged by overwhelming rains in Peru in the course of recent months, and the Peruvian government has announced an emergency in more than 800 areas in the nation.

Project Loon is as yet giving Internet access to the regions influenced by the floods and project officials have sent and got the 160GB worth of data, the likeness sending two million emails and 30 million instant messages.


The idea – whether balloons or drones – still face various difficulties, most identified with keeping the gear noticeable all around. Both Project Loon and Facebook’s Aquila have seen their innovation crash at an initial stage of production.

With no less than 57 percent of the total populace living without access to the internet, Alphabet’s Project Loon could enable remote groups to thrive by offering them to access the balloons to connect to the internet.