People's Champion Revealed

Author: Ben Wood, Published on Oct 04, 2013

For the first time, a physical security industry award has been chosen by the people. Rather than constrain voting to a closed group of insiders, ASIS opened up voting for one award publicly, both online and on the show floor. However, the winner was not announced as originally scheduled during the show. Now, IPVM has learned the surprising winner.

Although no official release had been published, in response to an email, ASIS says that Irvine Sensors Corporation is the people's choice for the most innovative new technology this year. 

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Comments (9)

A wacky video analytics company, go figure, never seen that one before....

It's amazing how many little analytics companies there are around the world, who boast of magic solutions, but never go anywhere.

"a lot of black and white for people to read and that was a differentiator for this system"

Because everyone on the show floor loves to intently read press releases and mundane technical language!

That video does not instill a whole lot of confidence. The leaves on the left trigger as a person. Multiple bounding boxes appear on passing vehicles. It seems like in a more difficult scene those could lead to real problems.

The people have made their decision. How dare you to question it.

My gosh - this is what happens when people are left to make decisions themselves. Dern it... dern it to heck!

Well at least we know our government is spending their money wisely.

In the end I really was hoping "THE ROCK" was getting into the Security side of things. LOL

Was there some say to prevent people from voting multiple times, like scanning your badge to vote?

What use is there to have a reporter signing an NDA? You either want the reporter to write about your company or you don't. There is no reason to disclose what you want kept private.

Or was that just their way of nicely telling you to piss off?

The reason is that they want to control what the reporter says. This way, if a reporter tries to include anything that the company does not want to be public or makes the company look bad, the company can say that the point falls under the NDA and must be removed. Without the NDA, they would have little power to get something taken down.

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