ASIS International, the preeminent organization for security professionals worldwide, has selected its 2012 ASIS Accolades Award winners. ASIS Accolades is an awards competition that recognizes the security industry’s most innovative new products, services, and/or solutions.
The winners will be recognized at the ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2012), the security industry’s leading event, held Sept. 10-13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. More than 20,000 security, business, and government professionals from 90 countries are expected to attend ASIS 2012. The event’s comprehensive education program will offer 200+ sessions and boast an exhibit floor featuring
700+ companies across more than 230,000 net square feet.
A team of judges representing end users and experts in security technologies evaluated more than40 entries before selecting the top 10 winners.
“This year’s entries presented a unique challenge to the judges,” observed Accolades Co-Chair Ron Lander, CPP. “Continued advances in communications and database management yielded a field of products whose cross platform application and integration with existing products and services showed through. The judges were collectively excited and fascinated by the direction security product and service advances are taking.”
Co-Chair Howard Belfor, CPP, noted, “The continued growth in database management and the rapid transformation in computing power are maturing products that previously were single dimensional. It would seem that the convergence we are now witnessing is one of shared databases and interoperability on many fronts.”
All Accolades entrants have been invited to display their entries in the Accolades Showcase in the Grand Hall. Additionally, winners will be highlighted, along with other new products during the Seminar’s “What’s New on the Floor” session, on Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 1:45-3:00 p.m. in Room 114 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
The 2012 ASIS Accolades Competition: Security’s Best Award winners (with booth numbers) are:
AlertEnterprise, Booth #3859
Alert-n-Prevent enhances security through behavior and predictive analytics with risk-scoring capabilities. Critical Infrastructure Protection is enforced by monitoring physical access as well as logical access that includes both IT systems and SCADA systems controlling plant operations. A rules-based engine ensures enforcement of security policies while ensuring compliance with regulations.
ASSA ABLOY Americas, Booth #1708
HES K 100 Cabinet Lock
The HES K100 battery-operated cabinet lock with Aperio™ technology makes it easy to bring access control and asset protection to cabinets, lockers and drawers. It communicates wirelessly with existing access control systems & offers real-time communication without the inconvenience of wiring. K100 offers seamless integration with existing iCLASS® credentials.
ASSA ABLOY Americas, Booth #1708
Securitron ICPT Wireless Power Transfer
The Securitron ICPT Power Transfer ports power wirelessly and invisibly across the door gap to run electrified hardware on the door. The ICPT can be installed at the latch side or hinge side of the door and transfers power without pins or wires, eliminating points of vulnerability and wear… and no need to core the door!
Axis Communications, Booth #2622
Axis Camera Companion
AXIS Camera Companion is the market’s easiest IP video surveillance solution for small systems up to 16 cameras. The system is an all-in-one, easy-to-use IP-based surveillance solution consisting of Axis cameras and/or encoders, SD cards, a switch or router and free recording software - no DVR, NVR or computer is needed for operation.
CAST Lighting, Booth #4239
CAST LED Perimeter Light
The CAST LED Perimeter Lighting System is comprised of low-voltage lighting fixtures that provide an extremely cost-effective highly-targeted region of illumination along perimeter fence lines. Mounted directly on the fence at 20 or 30-foot intervals, these 7W LED fixtures are glare free and provide sufficient illumination for intruder detection and deterrence.
D3 Security Management Systems, Booth #2024
Geospatial Intelligence Analytics (GIA)
D3’s GIA is the next generation security management system created to protect organizations from internal, external, local and global threats. It provides security professionals with the situational awareness and information they require to assess risks and react appropriately and effectively to deal with threats or emergency situations.
Gamma Two Robotics, Booth #1463
Vigilus™ Mobile Camera System
The Vigilus™ Mobile Camera System is your robotic partner in patrol and report security, carrying IP-ready devices such as cameras and authentication tools. Using voice commands or the (supplied) Command Console interface, the robot is your reliable, affordable asset on the ground, where you need it, when you need it.
HID Global, Booth #1509
iCLASS Seos™ Card
HID Global’s iCLASS Seos™ smart card is based on a secure, standards-based technology to manage and authenticate identities within the Seos ecosystem. This breakthrough credential leverages HID’s Security Identity Object™ (SIO); streamlines migration by concurrently supporting multiple technologies; and can store data for multiple applications on a physical card or mobile device.
iView Systems, Booth #1901
iGWatch® IP iDentify Face Search
The iDentify biometric solution automates database person searching, by instantly narrowing down possible subjects from 1000s, to one or more individuals in seconds. This solution replaces manual systems such as operator comparison of known subjects to “mug” books, providing a real-time aid in the identification of persons of interest.
SpotterRF, Booth #1244
SpotterRF C40 Compact Surveillance Radar
The Spotter C40 is an IP Radar that makes PTZ cameras smart by providing 20 acres of automatic tracking and cueing in a package that weighs a mere 1.5 lbs. The C40 is the first of its class and makes radar as inexpensive and easy to use as IP cameras.
For questions regarding the 2012 ASIS Accolades Competition, please contact:
Mary Higham, CEM