Youth vaping has become an epidemic, according to the US Surgeon General, while the market leader, Juul, just received a $12.8 billion investment from the largest cigarette manufacturer, with the WSJ saying that "Teen Vaping Has Created Addicts With Few Treatment Options".
In the midst of this crisis, more and more schools are looking for ways to combat this, including detecting when vaping occurs.
One company, IPVideo Corp believes they have an answer to this with their Halo Smart Sensor. Based on our research and interview with company principals, we take a look at:
- Large investment in vaping
- Vaping statistics
- IPVideo Corp overview
- Halo overview
- 3000 units already sold
- Residential version forthcoming
- Looking for funding partners
- Competitive advantage
- Market strategy