ESX Innovation Awards is Accepting Entries

October 12, 2022 by ESX

The Electronic Security Expo (ESX), being held June 5-8 in Louisville, Kentucky, has announced the opening of its 2023 Innovation Awards Program. New products and services with proven impacts on electronic security and life safety integration/installation companies are encouraged to apply.    

The awards program distinguishes excellence and identifies next-gen products and services that offer significant opportunities for growth and operational excellence. 

The awards program has been created to recognize innovative products and services that push the industry forward. Awards will be assigned categories, including Access Control and ID Systems, Cabling Products and Accessories, Cyber Security, Intrusion Systems, Fire/Life Safety, Video Surveillance, and more.  

Submissions will remain open through March 31. Interested companies may apply at Innovation Awards – ESX ( 

 A panel of industry professionals will judge entries on the following: 

  • Features and functions 
  • Innovation 
  • End-user experience 
  • Revenue growth potential 
  • Company value and efficiency impact 
  • Regulation Compliance 

Now through March 31, 2023, manufacturers and service providers are invited to submit their products or services for the chance to be named the best-of-the-best in specific electronic security and life safety industry categories.  

Award recipients will receive a trophy and be featured in the Security Nation Magazine. Additionally, they will be recognized in an official ESX Innovation Awards press release to trade media and considered for competition in ESX Tech Vision Challenge, which is a “Shark Tank” style competition to be held live at ESX 2023.  

Submission categories include Cybersecurity, Cabling Products and Accessories, Video Surveillance, Access Control and ID Systems, Intrusion Systems, and more. Visit our website for a complete category list at Innovation Awards – ESX ( to begin planning for your application. Watch the following video to learn more: