Senstar integrates with Halo Iot Smart Sensor from IPVideo Corp.
December 14, 2021 By SP&T Staff
Senstar has integrated Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform with the HALO IoT Smart Sensor from IPVideo Corporation.
The company has stated that the integration allows HALO users to monitor alerts and notify personnel of out-of-normal ranges, vaping levels, sounds and gunshots, chemicals and air quality within the Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform.
HALO has expanded its products and other services to include air quality detection, audio analytics, chemical and environmental monitoring. With its all-new health index, HALO is trying to help combat the spread of airborne diseases by providing occupants immediate alerts to dangerous conditions.
HALO can be deployed in areas previously off-limits to surveillance or other detection because of privacy concerns, such as restrooms, locker rooms, hotel and patient rooms.
“Our customers benefit from strategic technology partnerships like we have with Senstar and all the possibilities it brings for client safety,” said Jack Plunkett, CTO, IPVideo Corporation in a company statement.
“Be it vaping prevention, security or identifying healthy spaces for occupants, this integration is a value proposition that allows Senstar clients to provide security for privacy areas across markets.”
The Senstar Symphony Common Operating Platform
The company has stated that this platform includes full-featured access control and perimeter fusion engine. It combines low-level sensor data with video analytics so that the sensor fusion serves as a modular solution for intrusion detection modules.
“Senstar is pleased to be partnering with IPVideo Corp. on this integration that can improve public health and safety,” said Product Manager Tom Hofer in a company statement.
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