Antaira Wins a 2021 Security Solutions Award for Security Monitoring
BREA, CA – October 04, 2021 – – Antaira Technologies was announced as a winner of the 2021 Security Sales &
Integration Security Solutions Awards for Security Monitoring during the Global Security
Exchange (GSX). Security Sales & Integration (SSI) has been the security industry’s
leading technology business since 1979. This award that SSI has given Antaira is not
the typical product award but rather something more intriguing to the security industry,
as all product submissions had to actually have the product deployed in the field within the last year.
“Manufacturers claim their products are the ‘best,’ ‘first of its kind,’ ‘revolutionary,’
‘game-changing’ and other such hyperbole. However, the real test ― especially when
dealing in the sometimes life or death realm of security and safety ― is how those
solutions truly meet the needs of both the security integrator and their customer. That is
the true litmus test and why SSI founded the Security Solutions Awards,”
says SSI Associate Publisher Scott Goldfine.
The 2021 Security Solutions Awards were chosen by a panel of judges (independently) and were evaluated on:
• Type of Solution
• Ease of Deployment
• Advantages Vs. Similar Solutions
• Integrator Benefits and Satisfaction
• End-User Benefits and Satisfaction
A case study application was submitted by Antaira for drone perimeter surveillance at
an airport showcasing Antaira’s industrial Gigabit managed Ethernet switch – the LMX-1202G-SFP-T.
Here is a brief summary of the case study.
Antaira Technologies partnered with a leading Utah-based airspace security and
defense company to help implement a digital 3D protective shield over a restricted
airfield. Special software was developed by this security company to create a blanket of
protection over specified airspace, which was implemented with pillars equipped with
outdoor surveillance cameras, sensors, and Antaira’s industrial switches.
Antaira provided them with varying sizes of industrial switches with ascending port counts until
we ended up with a 12-port Ethernet switch that was perfect for the application.
Antaira’s managed Ethernet switch was installed inside multiple pillars which permitted
for an ERPS ring to be created. The ring feature allowed the industrial switches to
communicate with each other, the other hardware on the pillars, and the security command center.