ReconaSense Announces New Office and Demonstration Center on New York City's Fifth Avenue

ReconaSense®, the provider of intelligent Access Control, Unification Platform and pioneer in A.I. for physical security, is pleased to announce its expansion into New York City to better serve its expanding customer base in the Northeast region. Located on one of the world’s most prestigious avenues, the new site is located at 390 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan.

ReconaSense has garnered extensive industry accolades and awards by applying the team’s NASA, aerospace and physical security experience into the most intelligent platform on the market today. 

 “After 30+ years of physical security and artificial neural network experience, we decided to bring a much-needed brain to physical security systems” said John Carter, President and CTO. “ReconaSense fulfills our vision of converting the physical security industry from reactive to proactive, where tragic events can sometimes be preempted. To do this, you need a system with the deep intelligence to detect anomalies, then automate your desired responses via next-generation access control” said Carter. “Large customers are also extremely interested in finally having the ability to seamlessly integrate data from the many security sensors and building systems. This is a significant breakthrough”.

Since ReconaSense provides such a versatile framework for solving complex security challenges, the Manhattan office provides an ideal, centrally located demonstration and solution center for collaboration between end-users, consultants, and system integrators.

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