North American Video is showcasing its comprehensive surveillance and security capabilities along with unparalleled experience in the gaming market at the 2019 World Game Protection Conference here at the Tropicana Las Vegas. A gold sponsor of the event, NAV is the gaming industries largest security integrator with more casino security system installations and gaming partners across the U.S. than any other systems integration firm.
North American Video (NAV) is hosting its 3rd Annual Surveillance Symposium at its Las Vegas Offices on October 10th, 2018. The one-day event provides security management with the opportunity to network with their peers, and learn more about leading-edge technologies and products on display from over 20 leading manufacturers. Special guest speaker Willy Allison, Founder and Managing Director of World Game Protection, Inc., is also slated to shares his insights on the state of the physical security industry with attendees.
North American Video (NAV), the leading security systems integrator in the gaming industry, is showcasing its industry-leading work in surveillance and security systems at the OIGA Conference and Trade Show in Oklahoma City this July 23-25 at booth 1205. In addition to delivering best-in-breed technology solutions on-time and on-budget, NAV’s experienced team of professionals has earned a reputation for its extensive familiarity with tribal business culture and practices.
Cherokee Nation Entertainment uses savVi’s Business Intelligence capabilities to gather data about occupancy and visitor trends in different areas of the casinos. Previously, the security team’s time was heavily occupied by observing hours of footage in search of a specific person or incident. savVi now enables Cherokee Nation Entertainment to run the search automatically, allowing far more effective use of the operators’ time, and reduced search time from as much as 16 hours for a single search, down to a matter of minutes. savVi’s video search capabilities are of considerable importance to CNE.
Pelco™ by Schneider Electric announced a new initiative to deliver fully-integrated, scalable solutions incorporating predictive and automation capabilities. The solutions-led approach helps end users better leverage technology to solve specific application problems, improve their organizations’ effectiveness and respond to a wide range of challenges using Pelco’s VideoXpert™ video management system software. The company will be showcasing a variety of solutions targeting specific markets including traffic management, law enforcement, transportation, oil and gas, casinos and education at ISC West 2018, booth #20031.
Surveillance solutions business Synectics has appointed John Roessler as US Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Global Gaming. From making fast-paced start-ups ‘sale ready’, to identifying and implementing product development and service improvement opportunities for large corporates, Roessler brings over 20 years’ diverse business expertise to his new position at Synectics.
At the ICE Totally Gaming 2018 in London, Dallmeier’s Casino Division team presented for the first time in Europe their brand new innovative Casino Automation Technology (CAT) dedicated to live gaming and table gaming automation. Dallmeier has recently successfully carried out numerous tests in live Casino environments and has proven CAT to be an accurate, secure and market ready product.
We recently discussed how casinos and gaming facilities are realizing the benefits of IP video to secure their facilities and meet gaming compliance regulations. Yet, there’s another reason why the migration from analog to IP video is taking place at such a rapid pace. As gaming facilities continue transitioning to full IP video systems to capitalize on the high-quality imaging they provide, they are also realizing other benefits that include the ability to centralize and manage surveillance operations more efficiently.
One major transformation in casino surveillance and security operations is the transition from analog video to digital recording and IP-cameras. The change is being brought about by several factors: some gaming commissions now insist on remote access to recorded or live video, which analog video cannot do; many manufacturers no longer make or sell VCRs; and analog systems have limitations on cable distances and distribution points, which limits their functionality.