ASIS International Selects 2013 Accolades Winners

ASIS International’s 2013 ASIS Accolades Award winners were recognized at the ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits, held Sept. 24-27 in Chicago, IL. The ASIS Accolades awards competition recognizes the security industry’s most innovative new products, services, and/or solutions.

A team of judges representing end users and experts in security technologies evaluated all entries and selected the top 10 winners.

“This year’s entries again display the unique innovation, creativity, and functionality of the products and services on the market today,” observed Accolades Co-Chair Ron Lander, CPP. “Advances in access systems and video surveillance technology impressed the judges this year as did the overall high quality of these products,” noted Co-Chair Howard Belfor, CPP.

FST21’s newly released Digital Doorman received the 2013 Security’s Best Award. Digital Doorman, an all-in-one In Motion Identification Access Control solution, incorporates the technological advantages of FST21’s SafeRise solution with dedicated hardware and seamless plug-and-play installation.

The 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.

The 2013 ASIS Accolades Competition Security’s Best Award winners are (listed alphabetically by company):

AXIS P12 Network Camera Series, Axis Communications

The miniature AXIS P12 Series Network Camera provides HDTV 720p video in H.264 or motion JPEG. Its small size and innovative design enables installation into the most limited of spaces. Features include motion detection, active tampering alarm, Power over Ethernet support, and edge storage for a self-contained covert surveillance solution.

EntroWatch, DAQ Electronics

The EntroWatch access control system offers PoE/PoE+ and native BACnet technology. An open protocol approach allows for direct communication with ANSI/ASHRAE 135-2010 compliant systems and enables integration of access control, security, and building management systems.

Digital Doorman, FST21 Ltd.

Digital Doorman™ simplifies installation at any electronic locked door in your home or office within 90 minutes. Enrollment takes 30 seconds and the system learns the rest automatically. Visitors? Use the QR code, keypad, or call from your phone and they will enter and be logged into the system.

iCLASS SE Encoder, HID Global

HID Global has won an ASIS Accolades award for its latest addition to its iCLASS SE platform. The encoder allows organizations to format a wide range of credential technologies, supporting iCLASS Seos®, iCLASS SE, standard iCLASS®, MIFARE® Classic, and MIFARE DESFire® EV1. It also supports 125 MHz HID Prox™ for encoding Prox credentials and migrating from HID Prox to high frequency technologies.

M100 iClassAperio eCylinder, Medeco Security Locks

M100 eCylinder with Aperio™ technology offers an easy retrofit solution for mechanical door hardware, adding access control to any door in the time it takes to switch out a cylinder. Local wireless communication between the M100 and an Aperio hub connects to the existing EAC system, eliminating the cost and inconvenience of bringing wiring to the door.

“This award demonstrates our strong commitment to innovation and leadership, coupled with our ability to provide the market with valuable products. This is the second award we’ve won for this product and further showcases our unique ability to couple the latest in security technology with wireless access technology from Aperio,” According to Brad Smith, marketing director for Medeco.

The M100 is now available through a bundle kit, which consists of all the hardware necessary to install a complete one-door wireless access control solution, containing the M100 mortise cylinder along with an Aperio Weigand Hub.

Samsung Network Spider Cam, Samsung Techwin America

Samsung’s Network Spider Cam captures FULL HD images in complete and total darkness up to 328 feet. This network PTZ dome comes with a 20x optical zoom and focused IR illumination, which focuses objects at a distance as the camera zooms. Includes an IP66 environment protected and IK10 vandal resistant rating.

IN120 WiFi Lock, Sargent Manufacturing Company

Corbin Russwin and Sargent Manufacturing Company, ASSA ABLOY Group Companies, have won an ASIS Accolades award for the IN120, unveiled at the opening of the ASIS Seminar and Exhibits. Available in cylindrical or mortise lock configurations, the SARGENT IN100 lockset supports HID® 125kHz prox or 13.56 MHz iCLASS® contactless credentials. The IN100 features an integrated reader, monitoring and a wireless radio, simplifying installation and reducing material costs.

Securitron R100 Surface Mounted Wireless Reader ,Securitron Magnalock Corp

The Securitron R100 Surface Mounted Wireless Reader offers an aesthetically appealing way to extend access control to glass entryways. The R100 uses wireless communication between the reader and an Aperio® hub to connect to the access control system. Installation of the R100 is simple and convenient, requiring no drilling or pulling of wires to the door and can be adhered to the outside of a glass door in a few minutes.

IOM PassThru Drive-up Biometric System, SRI International

SRI’s IOM PassThru™ drive-up dual-biometric system for vehicle entry points extends the use of iris and face authentication to the perimeter. Fast and easy to use, the automated system performs in all lighting and weather conditions.

Thermal Radar, Thermal Imaging Radar, LLC

Thermal Radar is a continuously rotating LWIR camera that provides intelligent, high definition thermal surveillance. This camera produces full 360 degree thermal images every second that are completely geospatial. A powerful onboard computer analyzes these images and sends alerts via built in Wi-Fi, Cell or Satellite modems.

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