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Innovations in Technology Award Winners Announced

Winners of the Innovations in Technology Awards were announced last night at NSCA’s annual Presidents’ Reception. Spanning seven product categories, three finalists for each were chosen out of more than 100 entries by an independent voting committee. Attendees of the Systems Integration Expo then cast their votes for one winning company per category.
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Innovations in Technology Award Winners Announced

Mar 18, 2005 1:53 PM

Winners of the Innovations in Technology Awards were announced last night at NSCA’s annual Presidents’ Reception. Spanning seven product categories, three finalists for each were chosen out of more than 100 entries by an independent voting committee. Attendees of the Systems Integration Expo then cast their votes for one winning company per category.

The 2005 winners are, for the audio category, Yamaha’s PM5D Digital Sound Reinforcement Console; for the business productivity category, D-Tools' System Integrator 4; for the control systems category, Stardraw.com's Stardraw Control; for the convergence category, Crestron Electronics' UPX2; for the security/fire/life safety category, Bosch Security Systems' Dinion xf Day/Night Camera; for the video/display category, AMX's MAX by AMX; and for the website category, Listen Technologies for www.listentech.com.

Products in the Innovations in Technology Awards are judged against a standard of excellence and the impact each has had on the advancement of the electronic systems industry. Now in it’s third year, the program is sponsored by Sound & Video Contractor magazine. Other finalists were, within the audio category, Aviom and FiberPlex; within the business productivity category, Polycom and Sonic Foundry; within the control systems category: Aurora Multimedia and Electrosonic Media Networks; within the convergence category: Hy-Tek Manufacturing and Tandberg; within the security/fire/life safety category: DynaPel Systems and i3DVR International; within the video display category: Analog Way and Electrosonic Media Networks and also in the website category was Hitachi America.

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