Congratulations to AMICO Security!
AMICO recently won four distinguished awards at the American Security Today’s 2017 ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Awards presentation luncheon at ISC East. The luncheon was an overwhelming success, with distinguished guests from National, State and Local Governments, and industry leading corporate executives from companies allied to government.
Over 100 professionals gathered from across North America and the Middle East to be honored from disciplines across the security Industry in their respective fields which included:
- The Department of Homeland Security
- The Department of Justice
- The Security Exchange Commission
- State and Municipal Law Enforcement Agencies
- Leaders in Private Security
Recognized for their innovative training and education programs, outstanding product development achievements and exciting new technologies to address the growing homeland security threats our nation is facing.
ANC NON-CONDUCTIVE FENCE SYSTEM
AMICO Security won a platinum award for their ANC Non-conductive fence system in the category of Best Critical Power Solution. AMICO Security’s ANC Fencing was developed as a total perimeter solution to offer a safe, aesthetically pleasing, non-conductive, radar friendly alternative to traditional fencing.
AMIGUARD PERIMETER SYSTEM
AMICO Security also won another platinum award for their AMIGUARD Perimeter System in the category of Best Security Fencing Solution. Amiguard is a complete “unitized” perimeter security system which incorporates many innovative, components, secured together creating a unified curtain wall perimeter barrier.
AMICO Security won a silver award for their Chameleon System in the category of Best Maritime/Seaport Security Solution. The Chameleon System allows you to upgrade an existing chain link fence to the AMIGUARD system utilizing existing fence posts.
AMICO LAYERED PERIMETER SYSTEM
And AMICO Security’s fourth and final award was a silver award for their AMICO Layered Perimeter System in the category of Best Perimeter Protection Solution.
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