IPVideo to Debut New HALO Cloud App at GSX 2023

The company will also showcase its HALO 3C Smart Sensor, Sentry ERS Lockdown & Emergency Response System, and ViewScan Concealed Weapons Detection and Loss Prevention System.

IPVideo Corporation, a physical security solutions provider, announced it will introduce its new HALO Cloud Application in booth #3245 at GSX 2023 in Dallas, Texas, September 11-13. The company also announced a new 10-year product warranty for HALO 3C Cloud customers who purchase a 10-year cloud license, effective on Sept. 1, 2023.

The company says the new HALO Cloud App was designed to provide customers with a modern tool that places crucial alerts at their fingertips. The new warranty aims to better protect their technology and investment.

GSX attendees will be able to see live demonstrations of the HALO Cloud app that allows designated personnel to receive real-time notifications on Apple and Android devices and monitor vape, air quality, and safety events from an installed base of HALO Smart Sensors.

With an updated HALO Cloud web interface, systems administrators can create and manage multiple notifications triggered by selected events for specific groups of devices. Alerts can be sent to configurable groups of users such as facilities managers, security staff, and administrators to help mitigate risks. The company says the app-based filtering options enable users to focus on the events that matter most to them when on the go.

“Our continued goal is to provide organizations with solutions that keep those in charge aware and better prepared for situations and emergencies of all types, even those on the go,” said David Antar, president at IPVideo Corporation. “We are excited to share our new HALO Cloud App with GSX attendees and are pleased to announce our new 10-year warranty for HALO 3C Cloud users who purchase a 10-year cloud license and provide organizations with an even greater return on investment.”

The new app will be showcased alongside the company’s HALO 3C Smart Sensor, a multifunctional device for vape, security, and health monitoring in privacy areas of buildings where cameras are not allowed. HALO 3C includes a panic button, emergency escape and alert lighting, motion detection, and people counting — available only in the HALO 3C-PC model.

IPVideo will also be showcasing its recently launched Sentry ERS Lockdown & Emergency Response System which is said to offer schools, security and first responders a flexible means to communicate during emergencies and get help quickly. Sentry ERS consists of two devices: a base unit with a lockdown button that can initiate lockdown protocols for an entire facility and a dedicated Sentry ERS QuickCom. Each device can broadcast a live video stream and communicate with first responders, helping provide the latest real-time information at the scene.

Lastly, the company’s ViewScan Concealed Weapons Detection and Loss Prevention System will also be showcased. ViewScan detects all non-ferrous weaponry and theft items, whether they are concealed in the body or belongings. The company says it is a passive system and safe for all who pass through as it doesn’t emit radiation or interfere with medical devices.

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