Gallagher Security demonstrates latest technology at TSE

May 16, 2024


Gallagher Security

Gallagher Security has introduced its latest security innovations, including the Controller 7000 (C7000) and employee badges in Apple Wallet being fully integrated with Gallagher Command Centre.

These developments were showcased at The Security Event (TSE) at the NEC in Birmingham, held from 30 April – 2 May, which brought together manufacturers, distributors, installers, consultants and End Users.

Gallagher reports it showcased its Controller 7000 (C7000) released in November last year and the Controller 7000 Single Door, as well as its high security solutions, but the demonstration which really got visitors talking was the recently released employee badge in Apple Wallet, available with Gallagher’s latest version of their award-winning site management software, Command Centre v9.10.

Evolving Gallagher ecosystem

“TSE was an excellent opportunity to showcase our evolving Gallagher Security ecosystem including the recently released employee badge in Apple Wallet,” said Richard Huison, Regional General Manager UK and Europe, Gallagher Security.

“We also observed a growing interest in our Automatic Access Control Systems (AACS), and Cyber Assurance of Physical Security Systems (CAPSS) approved high-security solutions.

“There was a growing consciousness among businesses about the importance of safeguarding their people, places and assets to the highest standard.

Huison joined a panel hosted by security influencer Lee Odess, where they discussed access control within the critical infrastructure sector.

Gallagher Security Sales Manager UK South, Gordon Swallow also joined the ASIS International UK panel, to discuss the true value of a security system in the procurement journey.

Among the solution demonstrations and panel discussions, TSE proved to be another excellent networking opportunity with Channel Partners, End Users and other security industry professionals using the event as a platform to share insights and connect.

Understanding the wider industry

“These events are always valuable in terms of understanding the changing needs of our customers and the wider industry,” added Huison.

“There were many conversations about the shift to end-to-end solutions and the speed and security they provide, plus plenty of discussion around mobile/digital wallets and the enhanced convenience and flexibility they offer.”

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