HALO Smart Sensor 3C by IPVideo Corporation Wins Three Spaces4Learning 2022 New Product Awards

Honors Earned in K-12 School Safety & Security Category for Classroom Security Devices, Emergency Lighting and Emergency Communications

BAY SHORE, N.Y. (August 2, 2022)  The HALO Smart Sensor 3C by IPVideo Corporation, a multi-function safety and security device that protects individual privacy, has been named a 2022 Spaces4Learning New Product Award three-time winner in the K-12 Safety & Security category for Classroom Security Devices (Platinum), Emergency Lighting (Platinum) and Emergency Communications (Gold).

The Spaces4Learning New Product Award program honors the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to enhance the learning environment.

“Our team worked tirelessly to create a ‘HALO of Protection in the Classroom’ with HALO 3C’s enhanced features that were designed with one thing in mind – to make students and staff safer in schools while respecting individual privacy,” said IPVideo Corporation President, David Antar. “We thank Spaces4Learning for recognizing our efforts and remain committed to providing the K-12 school market with security solutions they can rely on during these uncertain times.”

“The 2022 Spaces4Learning New Product Award winners feature a broad array of education providers, from flooring to HVAC to A/V and digital technologies,” said David Nagel, editorial director of Spaces4Learning. “We congratulate all of our winners and thank them for the work they’re doing for education.”

With the HALO Smart Sensor 3C, the individual privacy of students and staff is never compromised as it does not use cameras or record audio. In addition to classrooms, the device is ideal for use in privacy areas such as bathrooms, faculty rooms, locker rooms, and common areas. Features include a panic button, emergency spoken keyword, emergency lighting, motion detection, gunshot and aggression detection, chemical and gas detection, and optional people-counting. HALO is also used for disease prevention, vape and THC detection, air quality and HVAC energy cost-management.

For more information about the HALO Smart Sensor and IPVideo Corporation, visit www.ipvideocorp.com and www.halodetect.com or call 631-969-2601.


About Spaces4Learning:
Spaces4Learning is a leading publication for education institutions, the architectural community, service providers and others interested in creating high-quality facilities. The brand’s magazine, website and digital products bring together a broad array of vital resources and services that keep facilities professionals abreast of current issues, trends and research; provide professional development opportunities; and connect those sharing a common interest.

About IPVideo Corporation:

An industry pioneer since its introduction of one of the first network-based surveillance recording solutions in 1996, IPVideo Corporation is now at the forefront of developing unique, innovative solutions that harness the power of IP video technology. Today, the company’s systems are trusted by Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and municipalities, utilities, healthcare facilities, school districts, and leading universities to mitigate risk while protecting people and properties. A commitment to an open-standards philosophy and delivering best-in-class performance and value underlies all offerings―from physical security solutions that bridge the Internet of Things, to purpose-built HD audio/video recording solutions for education, law enforcement, healthcare, and beyond. The company’s worldwide client base is served by a network of certified distributors, dealers, and system integrators, who benefit from ongoing corporate support and training. IPVideo Corporation is headquartered in Bay Shore, NY. For more information, visit www.ipvideocorp.com.


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Allyson Patanella
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IPVideo Corporation