IPVideo Corporation was selected as the 2022 Attendees Choice Award Winner for their HALO IoT Smart Sensor at ISC East 2022 in November. The company’s forward-thinking approach to technology continues to be a favorite among security professionals.
ISC East is the Northeast’s leading security & public safety event, hosted in collaboration with premier sponsor Security Industry Association (SIA) and in partnership with ASIS NYC. The 2022 Attendees Choice Award was part of ISC East’s Featured Product Showcase where show attendees have the opportunity to vote on the show floor for their favorite overall product. The HALO IoT Smart Sensor 3C from IPVideo Corporation was the clear winner out of a myriad of products and announced on the last day of the show as the Attendees Choice as Best Featured Product
The HALO Smart Sensor 3C is an all-in-one device that recently added on a Panic Button, 2-way Audio Communications, Indoor Health Index, Emergency Escape and Alert Lighting, Motion Detection, and options for People Counting and customized sensors such as ozone, sulfur dioxide, water leaks, and more. These innovative solutions add to the existing award-winning security features of vape detection, gunshot detection, noise alerts, and emergency key word alerting, all without using a camera or recording audio. With HALO 3C, the security industry now has the option to maintain the privacy of the individual and provide security anywhere.
“We are honored to have won the 2022 Attendees Choice Award this year at ISC East, and happy that our event-driven security products are truly making a difference to end users and our reseller community” says David Antar, President of IPVideo Corporation. “We plan on continuing the momentum we built in 2022 driving HALO as a true security solution for privacy areas and appreciate the recognition at ISC East which makes this the 76th award HALO has won over the years.
IPVideo Corporation has always been on the forefront of new technology and made a huge impact on increasing efficiency in the security industry with AI event-driven response in 2022. The HALO IoT Smart Sensor has taken off once again this year and IPVideo Corporation will continue the momentum well into the new year and has no plans of slowing down.
The HALO IoT Smart Sensor holds six individual patent protections with more patents pending. For more information about the HALO Smart Sensor, visit www.halodetect.com.