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ASIS recognises security industry’s most innovative surveillance solutions

Published on 1 Oct, 2010

Innovative surveillance solutions to be awarded at ASIS 2010
The winners will be recognised at ASIS 2010, the security industry's leading event
ASIS International, the pre-eminent organisation for security professionals worldwide, has selected its 2010 ASIS Accolades winners. ASIS Accolades is an awards competition that recognises the security industry's most innovative new products, services, and/or solutions.

ASIS invited exhibitors at the ASIS International 56th Annual Seminar and Exhibits to submit new technology, product, or service solutions for evaluation and judging for the annual Accolades competition. The winners will be recognised at ASIS 2010, the security industry's leading event, held October 12-15 at the Dallas Convention Centre in Dallas, Texas.

A team of judges representing end-users and experts in security technologies evaluated more than 70 entries before selecting the top 10 winners. ASIS Accolades are solutions oriented, not product specific.

"This year's programme was very competitive, as entrants continue to push the envelope in their respective disciplines," observed Accolades Co-Chair Ron Lander, CPP. "In particular, video surveillance performance is advancing at a rapid pace, offering enhanced analytics functionality and better resolution."

Co-Chair Howard Belfor, CPP, noted: "The continued blending of emerging technologies into readily available products and services is striking. The ubiquity of network and IP centric solutions in security is more evident than before."

Dedicated Micros' Closed IPTV SD Advanced is a completely secure IP Video security system



Accolades entrants have been invited to display their entries in a special area on the exhibits floor (Booth Number 4219, Hall F) and winners will be highlighted, along with other new products during the Seminar's "What's New on the Floor" session, on Tuesday, October 12 at 1:45 p.m. in Ballroom C4.

The winners (with booth numbers) are:

Cisco Systems, Inc., Booth Number 3351
Cisco IP Interoperability Collaboration System (IPICS) 4.0

Cisco IP Interoperability Collaboration System (IPICS) 4.0 is a scalable, comprehensive solution for communications interoperability that streamlines radio dispatch operations and improves response to incidents, emergencies and facility events.

Cogent Systems, Inc., Booth Number 2651
MiY-ID

MiY-ID is Cogent's latest outdoor multi-purpose, multi-functional biometric access control reader. With its ground-breaking "Make it Yours" application development platform, MiY-ID can virtually interface with any PACS and government credentials such as PIV, TWIC, CAC.

Cross Match Technologies, Inc., Booth Number 3940
SEEK II with MOBS and Matching

SEEK II is the culmination of integrating core Cross Match technologies. Combining forensic-quality fingerprint capture, rapid dual iris scan capability and innovative facial capture technology, SEEK II is a comprehensive biometric identity management solution.

Infinova's V2216 VMS lets IP and analogue cameras and equipment coexist 

Dedicated Micros, Booth Number 821
Closed IPTV

The Closed IPTV (patent pending) SD Advanced is a completely secure IP Video security system with deterministic IP configuration; supporting multiple channels of HD IP Video, HDMI output, analogue video and embedded analytics.

Firetide, Booth Number 3824
Firetide IVS-100 MIMO

Firetide IVS-100 MIMO is an integrated high performance wireless video surveillance solution for public safety and commercial security applications that reduces the costs and complexities of large-scale video surveillance deployments.

FLIR Systems, Inc., Booth Number 3632
ChromaNox Colour IP Night Vision Cameras

The F-Series' ChromaNox payload gives security professionals the visual colour details they need to identify people and objects, from full sunlight to starlight with no need for additional illumination.

Infinova, Booth Number 1447
Infinova V2216 Analogue/Digital Coexistence VMS

Infinova's V2216 VMS lets IP and analogue cameras and equipment coexist. Existing analogue equipment remains untouched. The V2216 integrates with the present keyboard to manage the IP equipment using the already-installed analogue control system.

Laipac Technology, Booth Number 3798
S-911 Bracelet Locator

S-911 Bracelet Locator is a wrist wearable security device with Assisted GPS technology for both outdoor and indoor tracking. It offers a powerful GPS and quad-band GSM module with voice and data communication encryption technology.

Next Level Security Systems, Inc., Booth Number 347
NLSS Gateway

Firetide IVS-100 MIMO is an integrated wireless video surveillance solution



The award-winning NLSS Gateway is a unified networked solution that correlates information from multiple subsystems - video surveillance, access control, analytics, audio and intrusion - to provide users with a comprehensive view of security operations.

Sarnoff Corporation, Booth Number 6009
VerifIR

Enables real-time surveillance of crowds in unstructured environments without a need for subject cooperation or knowledge. The VerifIR delivers these capabilities in a mobile, portable format that is affordable and easy-to-use.

Accolades winners will be recognised with an award presentation at the networking luncheon attended by more than 3,000 people on Tuesday, October 12. All entrees will also be profiled in the Accolades on-site guide and searchable through the on-site product locator and will receive virtually year-round online exposure on the ASIS website.

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