Australian-owned and operated, Ezi Security Systems’ Ezi Elkosta M50 Bollard is can withstand the impact of a 6.8 tonne vehicle travelling at 80 km/h and features a world first integrated hydraulic drive unit complete with EFO-facility. It also boosts a strong and robust construction, as well as a base frame with beam structure for shallow mounted installation. 
SALTO was recognised as runner up in the Product of the Year Award for its new cloud-based access control solution, Clay. Clay by SALTO is an easy-to-use, secure locking solution designed specifically for SME’s. 
The FaceVACS-VideoScan facial recognition technology by Cognitec was named second runner-up. The application detects and identifies persons of interest while computing demographic and behavioural data, supporting security staff, marketing departments and operations management in one application.
“The quality of entries were once again outstanding and highlighted the innovative nature of the security industry and how quickly it has evolved over the last twelve months,” said exhibition manager Kylie McRorie. 
“We saw a diverse range of security products such as thermal cameras, bollards, biometric identification systems and CCTVs, that all solve real-world security challenges in innovative, efficient and effective ways.”