FST21's SafeRise solution wins Maximum Impact Award at ESX

FST21 has done it again! Fresh off of taking top honors as Product of the Year at the 2011 Security Industry Association New Product Showcase (NPS) awards ceremony at ISC West ISC West, SafeRise has won the 2011 Maximum Impact Awards at the Electronic Security Expo (ESX) in Charlotte.

The award was presented at FST21's booth on the ESX show floor on Wednesday, June 8. Jim Keighley presented the award to General Aharon Zeevi Farkash, Chairman and CEO of FST21, Shahar Belkin, CTO and Avi Lupo, CEO of FST21 America.
The ESX Maximum Impact Awards program, which showcase products and services that help security integration and monitoring companies meet their customer needs and grow their profits, place a critical perspective on the impact that new and recently introduced products and services have on security integration and monitoring businesses.

The winners were voted on by a distinguished panel of judges drawn from the leadership and ranks of ESX's owner/sponsor associations, CSAA and ESA. Judges investigate the top line, bottom line and long term customer satisfaction of entries to determine those carrying the ultimate quality and value.

SafeRise is an almost human controlled access solution that utilizes patent-pending second generation biometrics, a fusion of state-of-the-art voice, face, and license plate recognition technologies with sophisticated video, voice and behavioral analytics.

The system is designed to address the commercial, government and residential real estate, allowing easy, automated, and convenient identity management access by recognizing residents or employees by the way they look, talk and walk and can even carry on a conversation with them and their visitors. With no key, no cards and no code. "You Are the Key".

Because SafeRise must be connected to a security monitoring station that offers human contact and can deal with emergencies, the services, along with the system itself is opening new stream of monthly recurring revenue. In addition, other entry ways and garages can be added on an ongoing basis. There are also applications apart from pure access control.

FST21 received an impressive award for display at their booth and company showcase and permission to use a special ESX Maximum Impact Award logo in advertising and promotions.

SafeRise is not only the future of access control in the 21st century but is perfectly positioned to have a positive impact on the revenues and profits of security integration and monitoring companies.

SafeRise systems are installed and working in buildings in the US and Israel in locations such as police stations, schools, offices, exclusive high-end residential high rises, elderly housings, affordable living complexes and others.