IPVideo integrates HALO Smart Sensor with Vicon VMS

HALO Smart Sensor

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IPVideo Corporation has announced a new integration partnership with Vicon.

The company’s HALO Smart Sensor is now fully operational with Vicon’s VMS – Valerus.

HALO Smart Sensor & Vicon VMS

The HALO Smart sensor is capable of detecting and monitoring vaping, THC, chemicals, air quality and sound abnormalities like gunshots.

Without using audio or video recording, the device notifies personnel about abnormal ranges or levels.

By partnering with Vicon, clients can now monitor HALO alerts directly from their Valerus VMS.

This provides an additional layer of security for facility privacy areas.

“Our customers benefit from strategic technology partnerships like we have with Vicon and all the possibilities it brings for client safety,” said Rick Cadiz, VP, Sales and Marketing, IPVideo Corporation.

“Be it vaping prevention, security or identifying healthy spaces for occupants, this integration is a value proposition that allows Vicon clients worldwide to provide security for privacy areas across markets.”

“A core part of our end-to-end platform”

“The integration between HALO Smart Sensor and Valerus VMS empowers schools, hospitals and other facilities worldwide to further unify their physical security and air quality devices,” added Haim Shain, SVP, Product Management, Vicon Industries.

“Beyond vape and air quality alerts, the HALO Sensor’s gunshot, aggression and panic keyword detections add tremendous value to an increasingly robust and unified Valerus system.

“These new features greatly expand the sensor’s applications and, when combined with Valerus’ alarm and video management system, they will help users respond to these invisible threats faster and more effectively; ensuring a safer, healthier space for occupants.”

“Integrations such as this are a core part of our end-to-end platform and a big part of what makes Vicon and our Valerus VMS so valuable for schools, healthcare facilities and manufacturing operations worldwide.”

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