At a gala event held on Monday night after the IFSEC tradeshow closed its exhibit doors at the NEC conference center in Birmingham, England, the IFSEC Security Industry Awards were presented at the National Motorcycle Museum. The awards were designed to recognize industry technology innovators and the best guard services, and were judged by a panel that included representatives from the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and the Home Office Scientific Development Branch.
BSIA executive David Dickinson said the awards demonstrated focus on innovation and excellence that the European security community needs. "Innovation is the very lifeblood of the security industry and this year's IFSEC award winners show that the future is bright for our industry," said Dickinson.
IFSEC Security Industry Awards winners included:
Access Control Product of the Year (Sponsored by KAC)
iPAC - Stanley Security Products
CCTV Product of the Year (Sponsored by Cieffe)
BT Body Worn Video - BT Redcare
Communication Product of the Year
Halo Lifecell - Halo Personal Protection Systems
Intruder Alarm Product of the Year (Sponsored by SSAIB)
Professional Series Detectors with Anti-Mask - Bosch Security Systems
Physical Security Product of the Year (Sponsored by the BSIA)
iLoq S10 Locking System - iLoq
Security Project or Installation of the Year (Sponsored by JVC Professional Europe)
St Pancras International IP CCTV Network - Controlware Communications Systems
Guarding Service Delivery to Customer
Land Securities Trillium & G4S Security Services (UK)
IFSEC runs until May 15.