ASIS International, the preeminent organization for security professionals worldwide, has selected its first 10 ASIS Accolades winners. ASIS Accolades is a new awards competition that recognizes the security industry’s most innovative new products, services and/or solutions.
ASIS invited exhibitors at the ASIS International 55th Annual Seminar and Exhibits to submit new technology, product or service solutions for evaluation and judging for the first annual Accolades competition. The winners will be recognized at ASIS 2009, the security industry’s leading event, held Sept. 21-24 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.
A team of judges representing end users and experts in security technologies evaluated more than 130 entries before selecting the top 10 winners. ASIS Accolades are solutions oriented, not product specific.
Accolades winners and their products/solutions will be highlighted, along with other new products on the Exhibits floor, during the Seminar’s “What’s New on the Floor” session, on Monday, Sept. 21 at 1:30 p.m.
The winners (with booth numbers) are:
Alert Enterprise, #2242
A risk management, monitoring, incident and fraud detection solution that can help detect risks and offer a way to remediate these risks in real time. Includes powerful alerting, automated remediation and actionable geo-spatial capabilities.
BRS Labs, #601
AISight [pronounced eye-sight]
AISight is the first learning-based behavioral analytics solution. Based on an observe-learn-respond methodology, AISight observes video, learns about normal behavior patterns in complex environments and then alerts when it recognizes abnormal or potentially threatening behavior.
On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc. (ONSSI), #1639
Ocularis Physical Security Information Management Platform
Ocularis, OnSSI’s award-winning video-centric PSIM, is a unified platform with unprecedented levels of user intuitiveness, open architecture and scalability. Ocularis provides the most advanced, unified client applications for video detection, analysis delivery and response at all enterprise levels.
The first quad stream (MPEG2, MPEG4, H.264, MJPEG) and full-featured video server on the market that automatically detects incidents in tunnels, stopping situations from escalating and saving lives.
RCI Rutherford Controls, #3919
EW8310 Early Warning – Electromagnetic Lock
The New RCI Early Warning EW8310 with Early Warning detection capabilities provides an extra layer of security by acting as if there is a security guard at every door.
Scallop Imaging, #3935
Digital Window D7-180 camera
Provides an undistorted 180 degree video simultaneously with an instantly repositionable zoom view at 15 fps. It replaces multiple cameras and is the smallest camera in its class.
Spectrum San Diego, Inc., #983
CarSCAN provides an ultra-low dose dual-energy X-ray imaging system providing rapid and reliable detection of explosives, contraband and stowaways in cars and light trucks. CarSCAN significantly increases the detection capabilities at military checkpoints and other high-security locations.
TimeSight Systems, Inc., #1650
TimeSight Intelligent Networked Video Recorder (NVR) Systems with Motion Optimized Recording (MORe)
TimeSight NVR systems are the first to automate the practice of Video Lifestyle Management. They address the need for higher video image resolution and longer retention times, while controlling a company’s surveillance storage investment.
The BeWare concept combines intelligent sensor technology, high-performance data analysis and modeling and 3D virtualization techniques into a complete system for incident detection and prevention, control room decision support, security design and security staff training.
Universal Safety Response, #4162
Expeditionary Mobile Barrier
A revolution in mobile barrier technology, this reduced-risk active vehicle barrier system has applications ranging from military to transportation to law enforcement. It protects vehicle occupants from injury, yet brings vehicles to a complete stop in a predictable distance with minimal damage.
Accolades winners will be recognized at a Seminar luncheon attended by more than 2,000 people on Monday, Sept. 21. Winners and entrants will be identified by a sign at their booths. Winners will also be identified in the Accolades onsite guide and searchable through the onsite product locator. All entrants will receive virtually year-round online exposure on the ASIS Web site.