HALO Raises $20M to Boost Bodycam and Digital Asset Management Offerings

The company will expand its teams in the United States and Europe.

Published on Feb. 27, 2024
HALO Raises $20M to Boost Bodycam and Digital Asset Management Offerings
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HALO, a subscription-based bodycam and cloud-based digital asset management platform, has raised $20 million in a Series A funding round led by Volition Capital. The investment will support the company’s mission to provide technology that protects people and businesses across sectors including retail, healthcare, transportation, private security and law enforcement.

HALO offers a unified solution that captures full HD video and audio footage, which is then streamed to its digital asset management cloud platform. The company’s camera fleet is coordinated through advanced IoT technology, allowing for real-time availability of videos. Once uploaded, videos can be easily searched, edited, categorized, and shared. HALO combines a consumer-style user experience with enterprise-grade robustness, providing a cost-effective and scalable solution.

With the funding, HALO plans to invest in further product innovation, ensuring that it stays at the forefront of the industry and meets the evolving needs of its customers. The company will focus on advancing its hardware and software platform, introducing new AI and analytics features, and delivering on Open APIs to seamlessly integrate with partner solutions. Additionally, the capital will support market expansion, use case development, partnership growth, and team expansion in the United States and Europe.

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