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Air Quality Monitoring

With an air quality monitoring device, such as the Halo Smart Sensor, you get the advanced technology of 12 sensors built in to detect a multitude of chemicals, including THC and vape, with the added benefit of extra security with gunshot detection, keyword detection, and more.

What is Air Quality Monitoring?

With an air quality monitoring device, such as the Halo Smart Sensor, you get the advanced technology of 12 sensors built in to detect a multitude of chemicals, including THC and vape, with the added benefit of extra security with gunshot detection, keyword detection, and more. The HALO Smart Sensor was designed to quickly detect and notify abnormalities in the air. Recent additional CARES Act funding has been approved for schools for a variety of different needs, including projects to improve and/or monitor indoor air quality at school facilities.  With this recent passage of funding, implementing vape detectors and air quality monitoring systems is more obtainable than ever.

HALO Smart Sensors

What are Smart Sensors?

Initially intended for schools to combat the vaping epidemic, HALO Smart Sensors have expanded to contain 12 unique detection sensors that work in conjunction to detect vape, smoke, THC, and sound abnormalities like shouting in areas a camera cannot be placed. Smart Sensors integrate seamlessly into existing security systems and can send alerts to designated personnel when environmental changes occur in typically unsupervised areas.

What Smart Sensors Detect:

Audio Analytics

Detects abnormal noise levels including fights and gunshots.

Chemical

Detects ammonia, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide (Whippets).

Light

Detects room occupancy.

Air Quality

Detects of vaping ad smoking, THC content, volatile organic compounds (glue solvents), formaldehyde, benzene, particulates.

Environmental

Detects temperature changes, humidity, tampering, pressure changes.

Vaping Epidemic in Youth:

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 of every 10 middle school students (10.5%) reported in 2019 that they used electronic cigarettes in the past 30 days.

More than 1 of every 4 high school students (27.5%) reported in 2019 that they used electronic cigarettes in the past 30 days.

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