Sanyo award for Mayflex

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Sanyo award for Mayflex

Mayflex Electronic Security division has received the Best Non-Security Application Award from Sanyo.

The award ceremony, which took place at the company’s European headquarters in Munich and brought together distributors and resellers from across the continent, was part of Sanyo’s Premier Partner Conference. Mayflex took the award for Best Non-Security Application using Sanyo HD products for a project at Bath Rugby Club, working closely with installers U2Com.  The club is now using Sanyo HD cameras to stream live video feeds of the team’s training sessions into specialist sports analytics software to help them analyse their game. Instant replay can be provided to coaching staff pitchside via hand held devices allowing immediate review of activity on the pitch.

This achievement comes just after Mayflex won Mobotix’s Partner of the Year award for its work across EMEA.

Gary Harmer, security sales director at Mayflex, is delighted with these awards, saying, ‘The Mayflex security division has seen significant growth during 2011 and the recent award wins are testament to the hard work and commitment that the team has shown, both working with our customers and our suppliers. The Sanyo award is of great importance to us as it demonstrates how versatile HD cameras are and how they can be used for far more than just security applications.’

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