ToolVox® X3 garners award from Security Products magazine
HOLLAND, MI (September 2, 2014): The ToolVox® X3 from Code Blue recently won a 2014 New Product of the Year Award from Security Products Magazine, which honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered noteworthy in their ability to improve security.
The ToolVox X3, which took the top spot in the “Outdoor Lighting-based Security Platform” category, is a sophisticated management platform for blue light phones and mass notification systems. By offering unique real-time monitoring and provisioning options for emergency phones, it acts as a hub for connecting Help Points® and other emergency devices to Code Blue software.
“We are honored to receive this award from Security Products,” Code Blue Chief Operating Officer David Cook said. “We are proud of the way ToolVox is setting the standard for systems management by making it easier to provision, monitor and support emergency communication devices and software.”
More than 100 entries were submitted for the sixth annual contest. Code Blue will be recognized at ASIS 2014 in Atlanta and highlighted in the December issue of Security Products magazine.
“This year was by far the most exciting New Products competition we’ve ever had,” Ralph C. Jensen, editor-in-chief of Security Products magazine, said in a press release. “There were several categories where there was a tie. Our four commissioned judges found that these products were so close, and in many instances, the exact same score, it was difficult to award one winner.”
About Code Blue Corporation
Code Blue Corporation is the pioneer in developing and producing vandal-resistant Blue Light Emergency Phones installed in thousands of higher education, corporate, hospital, airport and municipal locations worldwide. Offering American-made Help Points®, Emergency Signaling, Incident Response and Systems Management solutions with full diagnostic capabilities, Code Blue keeps you safe wherever you go.