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Axxon (former ITV) winner of the ZUBR-2006 National Security Award


Axxon (former ITV) winner of the ZUBR-2006 National Security Award

Axxon (former ITV) has won the ZUBR-2006 National Security Award (“For the strengthening of Security in Russia ”) – the highest security public award in Russia. Gold and bronze medals, diplomas and ZUBR statuette were given to Axxon (former ITV).

The Gold medal was presented to Axxon (former ITV) for its "ATM-Intellect" centralized video surveillance system of ATM machine network. “ATM-Intellect” developed in co-operation with the Petersburg-based company, “Banking Information technologies, LLC –“BIT”. This product was nominated in the award category “Complex anti-criminal systems”. A group of experts and jury unanimously decided to announce Axxon (former ITV) as the winner of the nomination and presented the gold medal.

Axxon (former ITV) was honored with the bronze medal for its hardware network video server, WaveHub, in the category “The high technologies and CCTV”.

The award ceremony in the category “ANTICRIMINAL-ANTITERROR” took place on the 25th of January, 2006 at the Reception Hall of the Russian Federation Public Chamber. In 6 nominations of that category, experts presented 2 gold, 9 silver, and 15 bronze medals.

The ZUBR-2006 National Security Award Ceremony was held for the first time in April of 2004. Since then, the award ceremony has become an effective instrument to inform the biggest customers about the best products by Russian and Foreign producers. Products nominated for awards received solid advantages in their market. ZUBR statuette is the highest award in each category.

The award ceremony has become the biggest event in the security industry.

In the year 2005, Axxon (former ITV) was awarded with the honorable diploma “Choice of the market” for its integrated security system, Intellect, in the category “Best product in the field of security surveillance”.