IPVideo Corporation, a leading manufacturer of IP-based video surveillance and command center solutions, and a finalist in the 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards, has been busy adding NEW features that have had an immediate impact on the community, since winning a 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Award for the HALO IOT SMART Sensor.
HALO IOT (Internet of Things) is a vape and aggression detection multi-sensor that alerts security personnel to environmental changes that occur in typically unsupervised areas, to help schools improve safety with the latest automated situational awareness technology.
The product was initially driven by schools to combat the vaping and school shooting epidemics, and have now expanded for wide-spread implementation across industries, as added layer of security in places normally not covered by traditional surveillance cameras.
The addition of a New Pressure Sensor is being utilized in the Healthcare and Aviation Markets but the biggest impact was the addition of a New Sensor that detects Vaping with THC the chemical found in Marijuana Oil.
Students across the country are being sent to emergency rooms with tainted THC.
(Schools in Colorado are combating the youth vaping epidemic by installing vape detectors. HALO Smart Sensors have been installed to notify administration when a student is vaping in bathrooms and locker rooms. Courtesy of Denver 7, IPVideo Corp and YouTube. Posted on Oct 21, 2019.)
As a vape detection solution the HALO IOT Smart Sensor is helping schools across the country identify, deter, prevent and educate students who vape.
HALO is the ONLY Vape detection device on the market today to detect and distinguish THC.
HALO can detect air quality changes such as vaping and smoking, temperature and humidity and detection of hazardous chemicals.
HALO detects fluctuations in noise levels and sends alerts on any unusual activity.
Finally, HALO can analyze room occupancy through motion and light detection.
(Learn how the HALO IOT Smart Sensor detects vape in bathrooms, locker rooms and more and can send text/email alerts to staff upon detection. Courtesy of IPVideo Corp and YouTube. Posted on Oct 30, 2019.)
Applications that benefit from HALO IOT Multi-Sensors include bathrooms, locker rooms, classrooms, hallways, basements, prison cells, stairwells, break rooms, storage closets, kitchens, work areas, common rooms, etc.
“Schools can now add an added layer of security in places normally not covered by traditional surveillance cameras,” states David Antar, President of IPVideo Corp.
“We are using the latest in IoT technology coupled with sophisticated analytics to help alert school personnel in real-time of any possible threats affecting their school.”
Automated situational awareness is the key to improving safety and security in schools and other potentially vulnerable indoor areas where people gather, and IPVideo is on the forefront of this new technology.
(See how HALO vape detectors are helping schools across Long Island combat the vaping epidemic. Courtesy of CBS New York, IPVideo Corp and YouTube. Posted on Oct 16, 2019.)
HALO can detect room occupancy, sound frequency, gunshots, aggressive behavior, smoking, motion & light detection, temperature and humidity changes as well as dangerous compounds present.
IPVideo’s HALO alerts security personnel to environmental changes caused by vape and smoking in normally unsupervised areas such as bathrooms, classrooms and hallways.
Additionally, HALO can also detect fluctuations in noise levels to help identify and alert security personnel about aggressive behavior such as gun shots or yelling; making it the perfect tool for preventing an incident taking place on school grounds, holding cells, jails correctional facilities and more.
HALO can also analyze room occupancy and provide alerts as to where students and staff are located in an emergency event.
IPVideo Corporation is at the forefront of developing unique, innovative solutions from physical security solutions that bridge to the Internet of Things, to purpose-built HD audio/video recording solutions for education, law enforcement, healthcare, and beyond.
And HALO is the latest in IOT technology coupled with sophisticated analytics.
(Learn More. Courtesy of CBS New York, IPVideo Corp and YouTube. Posted on Sep 5, 2019.)
IPVideo continues to carve the path when it comes to creating a safer environment for schools and recently launched this new technology to help schools and other industries facilitate security measures that will keep students and people safe.
A commitment to an open-standards philosophy and delivering best-in-class performance and value, IPVideo Corp systems are trusted by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, municipalities, utilities, healthcare facilities, school districts and leading universities to mitigate risk while protecting people and properties.
Multi-IPVideo Corp Products Named Finalists in in 2019 ‘ASTORS’ Awards
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