Security Products 2011 New Product of the Year Award Winners Announced

 

Security Products magazine, the only integrated product magazine reaching the entire security market, announced the winners of its 2011 New Product of the Year Award at the publication’s Virtual Event today.

The Security Products New Product of the Year Award honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security. Eighty-six entries were received in the third successful year of this contest. Winners were honored in 15 product award categories:

Access Control
ASSA ABLOY - Sargent Passport 1000 IP-enabled Campus Access Control Solution

Accessories – Non-Surveillance
AvaLAN - FIPS 140-2 Level 2 Wireless PTZ Dome Camera Housing
LifeSafety Power Inc. - NL1 Communication Module

Accessories - Surveillance
3VR Inc. - Video Intelligence Platform S-Series Appliance 

Cameras - Analog
Speco Technologies - Bullet and Dome PIR Cameras 

Cameras - HDcctv
Speco Technologies - HDcctv HD Water Resistant Bullet Camera 

Cameras - IP
Axis Communications Inc. - M5014 PTZ Dome Network Camera
Brickcom Corp. - 1.3 Megapixel Bullet Network HD Camera
IQinVision - IQeye Alliance-pro
MicroPower Technologies - MPT 2500 Rugged-i

Cloud Computing
Intransa - VDMR Appliance for HP

Fire & Life Safety
Honeywell - IPGSM-COM Fire Alarm Anunciator

Mass Notification
Inovonics - Radius Situational Awareness System

Mobile Security Applications
Avigilon – Avigilon Control Center Mobile
HAI (Home Automation, Inc.) - Snap-Link Mobile for iPhone
Honeywell - Total Connect 2.0
mobiDEOS - MobileCamViewer

Networking Backbone
GarrettCom – Magnum 12KX

Perimeter Security
Axis Communications Inc. - Q1602/-E Network Camera (with LightFinder Technology)
Bosch Security Systems, Inc. - VOT-320 Thermal IP Camera

RFID
RFID - tres by RFID

Video Intelligence
3M Cogent Inc. - BioTrust Logon Software
March Networks - Command VMS

Wireless Technologies
Firetide – Firetide Mobility Infrastructure

In addition to being honored at the Security Products Virtual Event, the winners will be presented with awards at ASIS in Orlando, September 19-21. They also are featured on Security Products’ leading industry website, http://secprodonline.com, and will be highlighted in the December 2011 issue of Security Products magazine. All entries will be showcased in the September 2011 issue of Security Products magazine. The magazine is distributed to 65,000* subscribers monthly as well as at key industry trade events such as ASIS, and its leading website is visited by thousands of security professionals every week.

“Once again, we were excited to receive so many great entries. The security industry continues to deliver amazing new technology every year,” said Ralph C. Jensen, Security Products editor-in- chief.

The Security Products Virtual Event will be available for visiting on demand through November 16, 2011 for those who register at http://secprodonline.com/virtualevent.

*BPA Circulation Statement, December 2010

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