Halo – always on, always aware
Halo is a wrist-worn proximity sensor that briefly vibrates and flashes to notify wearers that another band is within 6 feet (2 meters). The signals remind the wearer of the need to maintain a healthy social distance.
Each Halo wristband is functioning and ready to hand out to employees the moment you receive it. No smartphone is required for setup or operation.
Using accurate data for contact tracing
Each time a Halo band comes within range of another, it creates a record of that interaction. In the case of a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, you can use data collected by the Halo bands to internally trace which specific employees might need testing and quarantine.
Easy for employees and managers to use
- Data concerning warnings and breaches help identify high-risk workers and teams
- Data concerning device usage and self-checks gives insight about compliance
- An available data collection API allows for additional processing
- Halo holds 4mg of data for up to 14 days, depending on usage
- Bands carry a 1-year warranty
Interactive contact trace reporting
Managers can use a dashboard to view reports about which bands have been in contact, when, and how many times.
In the case of a positive illness diagnosis, managers can use this data internally to trace which specific employees might need testing and quarantine.
Proximity logs can easily be downloaded to a CSV or Excel file for further analysis.
Your employees’ data is secure
Managers collect proximity data from each wrist band using the Halo mobile app. Data is then transferred through the mobile app directly to secure cloud storage.
Halo does not record or share any personal information. Your organization can manage your own proximity data, or you can let us manage the data. When your organization manages the data, it is responsible for the data’s security. When we manage the data, we only manage what you choose to share, and we store the data in a GDPR-compliant stack powered by Amazon Web Services.