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12/10/2018

2018 Detektor International Awards finalists revealed

Stockholm, Sweden

The security trade magazine Detektor International has now nominated 12 products/solutions for the 2018 Detektor International Awards. The overall winners in each category will be announced at the security industry presentation ceremony in Copenhagen, Denmark, during the Sectech exhibition, 7 November 2018.

The prestige associated with Detektor International Awards is derived from the fact that there is no formal entry process. Instead, each year, the Detektor International Awards panel of jurors scrutinise the security market to discover, nominate and vote on which products demonstrate the most innovation, versatility and user friendliness.

There are four product categories: ID- and Access Control, Alarm & Detection, Video Surveillance and IoT Security and three products have been nominated in each category. The winner in each category will be awarded the Best Product Award and the other finalists will be awarded the Innovative Achievement Award at the security industry presentation ceremony in Copenhagen.

The finalist nominations are as follows:

The ID- and Access Control Category

Iloq S50 from Iloq (Finland)

In brief: A keyless, NFC-enabled mobile access technology and secure cloud-based access sharing. Iloq S50 is the first lock cylinder in the world to harvest energy for unlocking from a smartphone.

Aperio H100 from Assa Abloy (Sweden)

In brief: A wireless, battery powered handle with built in reader for indoor office and facility doors. It can work both within an online access control system or offline as a standalone device.

SVN-Flex from Salto (Spain)

In brief: A wire-free, data-on-card technology that allows any stand-alone electronic locks to read and update card access information. Since any door lock can be an updating point for any user, building infrastructure can be organised freely and wirelessly.

The Alarm & Detection Category

Flir Saros Line from Flir (USA)

In brief: Combines multiple traditional perimeter protection technologies including multiple Flir Lepton thermal sensors, IR and visible LED illuminators and high-definition optical cameras in one device.

Facepro Facial Recognition System from Panasonic (Japan)

In brief: A deep learning technology that can identify faces that are difficult to recognise within common video surveillance technology, for example when detecting faces partially hidden by sunglasses or face masks.

BX Shield – BXS-series from Optex (Japan)

In brief: A series of curtain-based outdoor motion sensors for intrusion detection with up to 12 metres detection range on each side of the device. One of them comes with antimasking.

The Video Surveillance Category

Axis Q6125 from Axis (Sweden)

In brief: The first PTZ with built-in IR in a compact dome design. The IR illumination enables unobtrusive surveillance in total darkness up to 200 metres. Very energy efficient.

Flexidome 8000i from Bosch Building Technologies (Germany)

In brief: A camera series (4K, 6MP and Full HD) with wireless configuration and ability to commission multiple cameras by connecting to the camera’s built in WiFi-module, which enables a very fast installation.

Genetec Privacy Protector from Genetec/Kiwi Security (Canada)

In brief: A software application that automatically obscures persons and vehicles in surveillance videos in real-time through pixelisation. Using permissions, it is easy to control which operator can review the original footage.

The IoT Security Category

The Security within Security concept from Vivotek (Taiwan)

In brief: Cyber security enhanced cameras with Trend Micro's anti-intrusion software, which feature automatic detection, prevent credential attacks, and block suspicious events.

Pangea 4G Security Router from Dualtech (Sweden)

In brief: A 4G Security Router especially developed for the security industry. It creates an effective hub for connecting up to four different alarm systems in the same building and enables Real-Estate-as-a-Service.

ACT 365 from Vanderbilt (USA)

In brief: A cloud-based integrated access control and video management solution. Delivers remote access and instant management for the users – if there is somebody at the site entrance, the user can verify the person and open the door with a click of a button from a smart phone.


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