16.11.2023 • TopstoriesGSAGIT SECURITY AWARD

GIT SECURITY AWARD 2024: The Winners

GIT SECURITY presents the winners for GIT SECURITY AWARD 2024.

The winners for the GIT SECURITY AWARD 2024 were chosen by readers, market participants, fans and partners in seven categories:

  • Category A · Machine & Plant Safety
  • Category B · Occupational Safety and Health & Explosion Protection
  • Category C · Video Security & Video Management
  • Category D · Access Control & Intruder Alarm
  • Category E  · Building Safety & Perimeter Protection
  • Category F · Fire Protection
  • Special Category · Sustainability

The GIT SECURITY editorial team congratulates – and shows the current winners of the respective categories here and on the following e-special. Congratulations!

GSA 2024

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to register or recommend a product for the next GIT SECURITY AWARD, please do so now - by March 31, 2024 at the latest at www.security-award.com. The online registration tool for the GIT SECURITY AWARD 2025 has already been activated.

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