Security Products magazine, the only integrated product magazine reaching the entire security market, named Video Insight IP Video Surveillance Software Version 5.0 as the 2012 New Product of the Year for the Network-Centric Security division.
The Security Products New Product of the Year Award honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security, said Security Products Editor-in-Chief Ralph C. Jensen. More than 90 entries were received in the fourth successful year of this contest.
“Every year I am amazed at the high-quality entries we receive for the New Product of the Year competition,” said Jensen. “I think you’ll see from these winners that technology is ever increasing, and the difficulty the judges have selecting winners is tighter each year.”
Video Insight Chief Executive Officer Rob Shaw said being chosen New Product of the Year is a great honor.
“To be recognized by an industry leading publication like Security Products is a testament to the strength of our VMS product,” said Shaw. “We are pleased that this recognition further affirms our position in the VMS market.”
Winners will receive awards and will be recognized at the security industry ASIS International 58th Annual Seminar being held this month in Philadelphia. The winners will also be featured on Security Products’ leading industry website, http://security-today.com, and will be highlighted in the December 2012 issue of Security Products magazine. All entries will be showcased in the September 2012 issue of Security Products magazine.Security Products magazine is distributed to more than 65,000 subscribers monthly as well as at key industry trade events such as ASIS. The Security Products website is visited by thousands of security professionals every week.
Feature-rich, affordable and easy-to-use, award-winning Video Insight software supports more than 1,700 IP camera models from 85 manufacturers. Video Insight is less taxing on infrastructure, has a fully functioning web client, can be accessed via iPad/iPhone/Android, requires little-to-no training and offers U.S.-based technical support with a one-hour callback guarantee. The Video Insight open architecture platform – scalable to hundreds of cameras per server – makes it the VMS of choice for multi-facility configurations.
Installed on 4,500 school campuses and businesses nationwide, Video Insight customers include: Austin Independent School District, Denver Public Schools, Green Bay Public Schools, Brevard Public Schools, SMU University, Providence College, Michigan Tech, the United States Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Marshals Service.