IPVideo Corporation to Unveil New IoT Technology at ISC West 2019; Improves School Safety with Its One-Of-A-Kind Detection Products

Leading manufacturer of IP-based video surveillance will launch two new products at ISC West in Vegas & will be showcasing its latest vape and concealed weapons detection technologies in booth #20001.

IPVideo Corporation today announced that it will be showcasing two of its latest detection technologies at ISC West 2019 taking place on April 10th-12th at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas.  Developed to improve school safety, this new vape and aggression detection product – HALO IoT Smart Sensor will be unveiled at IPVideo’s booth #20001 along with a new concealed weapons detection system – ViewScan.  IPVideo continues to carve the path when it comes to creating a safer environment for schools and recently launched these new products to help schools facilitate security measures that will keep students and staff safe. 

IPVideo’s HALO IoT Smart Sensor alerts security personnel to environmental changes caused by vape and smoking in normally unsupervised areas such as bathrooms, classrooms, locker rooms and hallways.  In addition, HALO can detect fluctuations in noise levels to help identify and alert security personnel about aggressive behavior such as gun shots, glass breaking or yelling; making it the perfect tool for alerting students, staff and security to an active shooter incident taking place on school grounds. 

IPVideo’s ViewScan is the safest and least invasive concealed weapons detection system out there.  The ViewScan does not emit any radiation and is perfectly safe for children, pregnant women and all medical devices including pacemakers. Its easy-to-use PC-based software displays and tracks those who are carrying threat objects such as knives, guns, and razor blades.  It can also detect and locate threat objects which have been covered or masked with materials such as aluminum foil, lead and plastic; creating a safer environment for schools by preventing an active shooter situation. The device is portable and can be moved and set up in under 15 minutes. The device works so fast it keeps delays to a minimum and parents and school boards really appreciate that the technology eliminates the need for pat-down searches.  

“The ISC West show is the perfect venue to showcase these two new detection products that were developed as part of our mission to be the thought leader in school safety,” 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 IPVideo is on the forefront of this new technology.  HALO can detect room occupancy, sound frequency, gunshots, aggressive behavior, smoking, motion & light detection, temperature and humidity changes as well as any dangerous compounds found at the school.  ViewScan helps scan every person safely who enters a school building, without the need for body pat-down searches which increases the flexibility of schools to monitor anyone entering or exiting a building even after hours. 

ISC West attendees can stop by booth #20001 and see live demonstrations of both HALO IoT Smart Sensor and ViewScan and witness first-hand how IPVideo is delivering first class detection products to help schools increase safety measures. IPVideo is actively looking to enroll national resellers and integrators who support the school and campus markets.  For further information on HALO IoT Smart Sensor and ViewScan, visit www.ipvideocorp.com or call 631-969-2601. 

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