The Best of the Best

It’s time to judge the best products in the security industry. For the third year in a row, we’re excited to announce our New Product of the Year competition.

The awards this year is bigger and better, mainly because we’ve added a few more categories. Let me explain.

Probably the hottest topic in the industry is access control. This leads the categories. We also have included accessories, non-surveillance; and accessories, surveillance. Other categories include fire/life safety equipment and mass notification. We have several categories of cameras, including analog, HDcctv and IP video surveillance. I thought breaking this category made sense, since there are very distinct differences between the technology.

We also have included cloud computing/storage solutions, perimeter security and wireless technologies to round out the field.

I hope you will take part in this year’s New Product of the Year contest. There are several marketing campaign benefits for entering, and even more for the winners.

If you need an entry form, send me an e-mail at rjensen@1105media.com, and I’ll get one off to you right away.

About the Author

Ralph C. Jensen is editor-in-chief of Security Today magazine.

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