iPanic Button from IPVideo Corporation to Debut at ISC East
IPVideo Corporation says its new iPanic Button utilizes Bluetooth LE 5.0 to enable transmission distances as far as 30 feet.
BAY SHORE, N.Y.—IPVideo Corporation, a provider of physical security solutions, has announced that it will introduce its iPanic multi-use panic button at the upcoming ISC East show.
Exhibiting in booth #524 at ISC East 2023 at New York City’s Javits Center on November 15-16. ISC East is a security industry trade event for the Northeast’s security and public safety community and showcases the latest innovations in the security industry.
“Our continued growth and investment in our team is a testament of our commitment to deliver solutions that keep our customers safe and better prepared for emergency situations of all types,” comments David Antar, president at IPVideo Corporation. “We are excited to share our new iPanic Button with ISC East attendees and show how easily it can work with any HALO 3C or SentryERS unit within a 30 ft. distance for an added layer of security to help provide even faster response times.”
iPanic Product is Designed for User Friendliness
According to the company, the iPanic Button is a single card beacon with Bluetooth LE 5.0 and a 30-foot broadcasting transmission range. The product is designed to be easy-to-use in any emergency situation, and if a user encounters danger or needs help, they simply press the panic button and a signal is sent to the cloud platform for an immediate response. ISC East attendees will see live demonstrations of iPanic and witness its interoperability as it integrates with its HALO Smart Sensor 3C and SentryERS Lockdown & Emergency Response System.
Also on display in the booth will be theHALO Smart Sensor 3C and HALO Cloud App, which is said to provide health and safety monitoring in privacy areas with no video or audio recording. The app allows designated personnel to receive real-time notifications on Apple and Android devices to monitor vape, air quality and safety events from an installed base of HALO Smart Sensors.
IPVideo will also highlight its SentryERS Lockdown & Emergency Response System, a finalist in this year’s ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards in the ‘Best Mass Notification System’ category. The SentryERS product can be used for applications such as schools and buildings of all types. IPVideo emphasizes the SentryERS offers staff, security teams, and first responders a flexible means to communicate during emergencies and get help to the scene quickly. The system consists of two devices, a base unit with a lockdown button that can initiate lockdown protocols for an entire facility, and a dedicated SentryERS QuickCom. Each device has the capability to broadcast a live video stream and communicate with first responders, providing critical information in real time.
The company adds that it is bringing an expanded team including new appointments Frank Polidoro, national sales manager, and Holley Hunt, technology integration partner manager to ISC East.
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