All systems go for the final round of the GIT Security Award 2023

The jury of experts nominates the new IMD-1100 for the highly esteemed industry competition.

IMD-1100 is a finalist in the GIT SECURITY AWARD

The Radar Frontend IMD-1100 is a finalist in category D at the GIT SECURITY AWARD 2023. We look forward to your vote!

Donnersdorf, 25/05/2022. With the IMD-1100, once again a product from InnoSenT GmbH is competing for the GIT SECURITY AWARD held by the Wiley-VCH publishing house and has qualified for the final round. The radar front end is the smallest 24 GHz sensor in the company’s product range and impresses as an alternative to conventional PIR and 10 GHz motion detectors in the low-cost segment. Every year, the competition awards innovative and outstanding security solutions. The online voting to determine the winners has been underway since 15/05/2022.


Motion detection – compact & affordable!

With the IMD-1100, InnoSenT has developed a radar solution specifically to compete with infrared or 10 GHz sensors thanks to its attractive functions and cost-effectiveness. The company was able to minimise the product’s size through its smart antenna design. Its dimensions are just 20 x 14 x 2.7 mm. This enables space-saving installation in almost any device, in existing infrastructures, or even behind narrow switch covers.

Despite the minimisation in price and size, the product boasts more features than most motion detectors on the market. The CW radar measures the speed of moving persons or objects. The sensor has an aperture angle of 72° x 36°, and the maximum detection range is approximately 15 meters.

InnoSenT makes no compromises in terms of quality or performance despite offering a low-cost radar. The product is 100 percent end-of-line tested, comes packaged as bulk material, and is suitable for pick-&-place production.

The IMD-1100 is optimally suited for a variety of security applications. Motion detection is used, for example, to activate alarms, light or noise signals. It can be integrated into alarm or lighting systems and, thanks to its size, can be used to protect properties, doors, or windows. The product thus falls into category D “Access Control & Intruder Alarm” of the competition.



The prestigious competition recognises new products and applications in the field of security technology and assesses them in terms of innovation and technology as well as their potential and benefits for the market. Every year, the media sources, GIT SICHERHEIT, and GIT SECURITY, under the umbrella of the Wiley-VCH publishing house, present the coveted award to three security solutions in 6 categories. A neutral jury of experts from the BHE (German Federal Association for Security Technology), TÜV (German Technical Inspection Association), VDMA (Mechanical Engineering Industry Association of Germany), and ZVEI (German Electro and Digital Industry Association), system integrators, and users reviews all applications received and nominates outstanding products for the final round. Subsequently, readers and others interested in taking part decide on the outcome of the competition in a public online vote.

From May 15th to August 15th, you can vote for your favourite at InnoSenT would be delighted for you to take part and vote for the IMD-1100 radar front end and thanks you for your support. You can find out more about the product here and on the company website.




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About InnoSenT GmbH

InnoSenT GmbH from Donnersdorf was founded in 1999 and is one of the world's leading companies in the field of radar technology. As a manufacturer and developer, the company supplies the full bandwidth of engineering services - from customer-specific development to series production. Thanks to the strong focus on quality and innovation, InnoSenT GmbH has been following a course to global success for many years.

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