Finalists Announced For IFSEC 2011 Security Industry Awards

UBM Live, organizers of IFSEC, the world’s leading annual security event, has announced the finalists for the IFSEC 2011 Security Industry Awards.

Produced in association with the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and sponsored by Norbain, the IFSEC 2011 Security Industry Awards acknowledge the people, products and technological advancements that have played a major part in the security industry over the past year.  The awards will be presented at a black tie gala dinner, hosted by former British Lions and England Rugby Union player Martin Bayfield on May 16 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole Hotel.

The 2011 finalists are:

Access Control Product of the year (including biometrics)
Abloy UK – CLIQ Remote
Assa Abloy - UNION Codehandle
Genie CCTV Ltd - Biocard 8
Global Security Devices Ltd - GSDn-Wi Smart
IEE S.A. - Tailgate Detector TDflex
ZKSoftware - MultioBio 700

CCTV Camera Equipment of the Year
Arecont Vision - Arecont Vision SurroundVideo® Day/Night 8 Megapixel Panoramic Cameras
Avigilon - Avigilon HD H.264 IP Camera
Axis Communications - Axis Q-6034-E
Dallmeier – Panomera
Dedicated Micros - CamVu 500 Vandal Resistant Dome
Sony Europe - SNC-ER550/ER580
CCTV System of the Year (Excluding Camera and Lens)
BRS Labs - AISight
Dedicated Micros - SD Excel Closed IPTV Model
GJD Manufacturing Ltd - NAS Rapid Deployment CCTV System
iOmniscient Pty Ltd - IQ-FR001
NUUO Inc. – NVRTitan
Videcon PLC - Concept Pro VXH264

Communication Product of the year
Castel – XELLIP
CSL DualCom - DualCom WorldSIM
Intersil - SLOC (Security Link Over Coaxial)
Loc8tor Ltd - ‘Loc8tor Black’ - Locating / Loss Prevention Device.
Optical Systems Design Pty Ltd - OSD2052P Miniature PoE Fiber Switch
Vigitron – Viewmate
Integrated Security Product of the Year
2020 Imaging Ltd - 2020 TuchControl
Assa Abloy Access Control – Aperio
Dedicated Micros - High Definition NetVu Console NV-1
Intergrated Security Manufacturing Ltd - Genesys 2
iOmniscient Pty Ltd - Automated Airport Surveillance - AAS-01
Intruder Alarm or Exterior Deterrent Product of the Year
AVS Electronics SPA – Outspider DT WS
Elmdene International Ltd - Merlin Graffiti Detector
Optex (Europe) Ltd - Long Ranger
Qitio sp. z o.o. - Qitio Alarm System
Sorhea – G-Fence
Texecom Ltd - Ricochet mesh network wireless technology

Physical Security Product of the Year
Assa Abloy Security Solutions - Trimec ES2100 Electric Strike
Centurion Systems (Pty) Ltd. - D2 Turbo Sliding Gate Operator
Concept Smoke Screen Ltd – Mirage
Fastcom Technology SA – eGate
Openers & Closers – Universal Electronic Strike
Solar & Electric Gates Ltd – MultiGate
Best Policing Partnership of the Year
Securitas Security Services Ltd - Greater Manchester Police & the Manchester City Centre Crime Prevention Panel
Segro - Business Watch
West Oxfordshire District Council and ICTS UK - West Oxfordshire Community Safety Partnership

Guarding Service Delivery to Customer
Advance Security UK Ltd - BAE Systems
Advance Security UK Ltd - Shop Direct Group (SDG)
Kings Security Systems Ltd - University of Huddersfield
MJF Security Ltd - London Borough of Lambeth Security Team
MJF Security Ltd - University of Southampton Security Team
Securitas Security Services Ltd - Marks and Spencer PLC
Unipart Security Solutions - Vodaphone
Wilson James Limited – PricewatehouseCoopers

Security Project or Installation of the Year
CCTV42 - Hillingdon Residents against Crime
Detector Technologies Ltd - D-Tec's CCTV-based FireVu for Saudi Aircraft Hangars
Hikvision Digital Technology Co., Ltd. – Hikvision Makes an
Exhibition of Itself at World Expo
IQinVision - Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS)
Raytec - Raytec Illuminates North Tees Hospital
Siemens PLC Building Technologies Division - Outsourced CCTV Services for London Borough of Bexley

James Kelly, Chief Executive of BSIA, said, "The IFSEC Security Industry Awards represent a fantastic opportunity to bring our industry together to recognize and celebrate the successful people, products and technology that have helped drive progress in private security products and services over the past year. The BSIA recognizes the important role these awards play in promoting quality and excellence, and we would like to congratulate all of the finalists, whose hard work and efforts make an invaluable contribution to the ongoing success of our industry."

James Blue, Director of Fire & Security at UBM Live, organizer of IFSEC 2011 said, “IFSEC 2011 promises to be another significant year in terms of global security products and innovative technologies.  The IFSEC Security Industry Awards are poised to demonstrate just this with the high standard of entries we have received once again this year.  The IFSEC Security Industry Awards are a highlight in the security industry’s calendar and we look forward to celebrating the industry’s finest at the gala dinner.”


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