Gallagher's CTO Steve Bell is participating in two specialist demonstrations, SIA InteropFest OSDP and PSIA PLAI, during the show
Gallagher's central management platform Command Centre v7.30 and new mobile application will be among latest releases on display

Leading integrated security technology company, Gallagher, is showcasing and demonstrating its latest product releases at the largest security industry trade show in the U.S. - ISC West. The event runs from April 15 to April 17 2015 at the Sands Expo Center, Las Vegas - Gallagher booth # 28073.

Gallagher's Chief Technology Officer Steve Bell is participating in two specialist demonstrations during the show; SIA InteropFest Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) and the PSIA Physical-Logical Access Interoperability (PLAI) demo.

OSDP As Foundation For Next Generation Of Physical Access Control Systems

Last year's OSDP demonstration saw hundreds turnout as access control manufacturers demonstrated how they incorporate OSDP into their technology; Bell expects this year to be no different with many manufacturers again keen to demonstrate the use of OSDP as a foundation for the next generation of physical access control systems. This year's event is being held on the evening of Wednesday April 15 from 4.30pm - 6.30pm at the Sands Expo and Convention Center.

PLAI Demo To Feature Current Functionality Of PLAI Specification

The following morning, Thursday April 16 from 9.30am at the Veronese Room of the Venetian/Sands Expo Center, Gallagher will join an elite group presenting at the PLAI demo which will feature the newest additions to the Alliance's specification as well as the current functionality of the PLAI Specification.

ISC West Helps Accelerate Gallagher's  Brand In The U.S. Market

"ISC West has proven to be a valuable event for us. It's helped accelerate our brand in the U.S. market place and introduced new networks and partnerships. The calibre of exhibitors is excellent and encourages continued product innovation and development in a fast changing security environment," says Bell.

Gallagher's next generation central management platform Command Centre v7.30 and their new mobile application will be among the latest releases on display. Command Centre v7.30 boasts many new features that expand and build on the capabilities available in previous versions.

Also on display will be the award winning T20 Card + PIN Terminal, Controller 6000 Starter Kits, and the GSA approved, and FIPS 201-2 compliant, Gallagher PIV Solution.

Further Details About Gallagher's Products On Show At ISC West:

"It's helped accelerate our brand in the U.S. market place and introduced new networks and partnerships"

Command Centre v7.30 introduces a mobile client that significantly extends visibility and control of access and perimeter alarms. Using an Apple iPhone running iOS8, users can monitor and acknowledge alarms; and check and override door and zone status remotely. Command Centre v7.30 also introduces enhanced graphical reporting to help users create meaningful data and easily identify security and business trends.

The Gallagher PIV Solution purpose built and approved for the U.S., delivers exceptional security with the fastest form of authentication for the Federal market. Compliant FIPS 201-2 it enforces both business policies, identity, and credential management for all government employees and contractors.

Controller 6000 Starter Kits provide a faster and more cost effective way to get a small site up and running with integrated access and alarms management.

The award winning and durable T20 Card + PIN Terminal extends operator control right to the door. The T20 simplifies safety for operators by enabling visual access to multiple alarms zones and states via a detailed mimic panel. It also allows easy alarm management with IT grade encryption levels for a single zone, multiple areas, or the total site.

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