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Fastlane turnstiles from Smarter Security have a new home in New York City. Integrators, partners and end users will now be able to see the latest innovations in entrance control in person in Smarter Security’s new showroom located on one of the world’s most prestigious locations. The new showroom is on 390 Fifth Avenue at West 36th Street in Midtown Manhattan.

Smarter Security’s Fastlane brand of optical turnstile and speed gates has become a favorite of architects due to their breadth of customization options, as evidenced by the many architect firms who designed custom solutions for the World Trade Center towers, as well as other iconic buildings worldwide. The new showroom features an assortment of custom-designed Fastlane and Door Detective® products, and features integrations with other next-generation access control and physical security technology.

“Several forces combined to drive our Manhattan expansion” said Jeff Brown, CEO of Smarter Security. “First was the accelerated growth we’ve experienced in New York City over the past two years. The second driver was that architects have increasingly requested a dedicated site to supplement the many Manhattan lobbies we typically tour them through to showcase our versatility. And finally, we have a Regional Manager and Customer Success Representative who reside in the city, so this provides prime Midtown office space from which they can be even more responsive to customer and partner needs.”

You’re Invited!
Smarter Security is hosting a grand opening on Thursday, March 7th from 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST to officially open the new space and share the latest in turnstile technology.

Beyond Smarter Security products, the showroom will also feature a Technology Center for ReconaSense; which extends physical security capabilities with artificial intelligence.

Join the Smarter Security team as a new chapter in intelligent entrance control begins at the grand opening event on Thursday, March 7th starting at 3:00 PM. RSVP today and reserve your spot.