Gallagher’s C7000 Single Door Controller


Gallagher will be demonstrating its latest access control innovation, the Controller 7000 Single Door on its stand at The Security Event at the Birmingham NEC from 25-27 April 2023.

The Gallagher Security team will also be celebrating the Gallagher Group’s 85th anniversary. In addition to the presence of the UK leadership and sales teams, President and Executive Director of Gallagher, Sir William Gallagher will also be in attendance.

Having launched in February this year, the Single Door Controller 7000 SD (C7000 SD) is a network-connected controller that provides a flexible and complete solution for distributed architectures, legacy system migrations, and business expansion.

Besides functioning as a single door access control, the C7000 SD can serve as a lower-cost controller for system interfaces, perimeter security, alarm monitoring, and external device control.

Regional Manager for Gallagher Security in the UK and Europe, Richard Huison said, “The C7000 SD has been purposefully designed for the future, allowing rapid adaptations and complementing Gallagher’s existing solutions. As we celebrate 85 years as a group this year, I think it’s a great example of our company’s history of solving problems and ensuring safety. The deliberate intention behind our innovation ensures there’s no cliff edge with our solution, allowing for easy controller replacement without changing the architecture”.

Predicting Security Technology Trends

During The Security Event, Gallagher’s Strategic Business Manager for the UK, Gordon Swallow has been invited to participate in an expert panel with Axis, Milestone and Secure Logiq at the ASIS stand to discuss the topic of: Security technology trends that will influence your procurement strategy in the future.

The session will take place on Day 1 at 2pm and will be moderated by Axis Communications Architect & Engineering Manager, Kieran Byrne. The panel will explore how current and future security technologies keep people safe and add value to other areas of businesses beyond security. They will also discuss important topics such as cybersecurity, total cost of ownership and ethics, as these become essential considerations for all business stakeholders.


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