FST21 is Named as Security

FST21 is Named as Security's Best in ASIS 2013 Accolades

FST21 is Named as Securitys Best in ASIS 2013 AccoladesASIS International, an organization for security professionals worldwide, has named FST21 a winner in its 2013 ASIS Accolades – Security’s Best competition. The award recognizes the security industry’s most innovative new products, services and solutions, and will be presented September 24th at the ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits at McCormick Place in Chicago.

It was FST21's newly released Digital Doorman offering that was highly reviewed by the judges and took the 2013 Security's Best Award. Digital Doorman, an all-in-one In Motion Identification Access Control solution, incorporates the groundbreaking technological advantages of FST21's SafeRise solution with dedicated hardware and seamless plug-and-play installation.

FST21 is Named as Securitys Best in ASIS 2013 AccoladesThe SafeRise software created a new paradigm by enabling In Motion Identification at any access point via its fusion of multiple, state-of-the-art face recognition behavior analysis and voice technologies for highly accurate, convenient, non-intrusive recognition. No keys, cards, or access codes are needed. Easily installed in any access point, the Digital Doorman system includes: SafeRise software, delivering In Motion Identification, an FST21 all-in-one server, a full IP Intercom with digital directory and a 5 megapixel IP dome camera.

"Each of us at FST21 is deeply honored to be recognized with this award," said Major General Aharon Zeevi Farkash, founder and CEO of FST21. "It is testament to the groundbreaking solutions that FST21 brings to market. The Digital Doorman is changing how people enter and exit their homes and offices.  We are very proud to be receiving this very prestigious award and thank ASIS for this recognition."

FST21 invites all ASIS attendees to stop by their Booth - #343 - at the show to meet the Digital Doorman and experience In Motion Identification in person.

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