When Graham Wallis walks into a Las Vegas casino, his first look isn’t to the slot machines or gaming tables. He is thinking about security and how his company can improve surveillance for the end user.
- By Ralph C. Jensen
- Apr 01, 2013
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Albuquerque, N.M., has hired Surveillance Systems Integration (SSI) to manage their migration from analog to IP-based high-definition megapixel security surveillance camers and systems. The new system will feature Avigilon's end-to-end solution. SSI is a preferred integrator with Avigilon
With thousands of guests daily visiting Casino Copenhagen, money is always changing hands.
- By Courtney Pedersen
- Mar 01, 2012
One retail store on the Las Vegas Strip now has a higher level of security thanks to Moonblink Communications.
Treasure Island Hotel & Casino received a comprehensive overhaul and update of the surveillance and security infrastructure throughout the resort property.
One of the top tourism attractions in Canada’s famed Niagara Falls, Casino Niagara, will soon feature the latest in surveillance.
ISee3D Inc., developer of single lens 3D technology, announced recent industry-specific updates and advances. ISee3D is introducing a modified lens solution that cuts 3D down to size and increases frame rates, making practical a range of applications and bringing 3D to more markets, such as consumer, automotive, industrial and medical devices.
The cameras combine full HD resolution images with low light operation and color reproduction to provide an advanced level of detail for surveillance applications.
The Security Products New Product of the Year Award honors the outstanding product development achievements of security equipment manufacturers whose products are considered to be particularly noteworthy in their ability to improve security.
The new models offer 1.3-, 3- and 5-megapixel resolutions.
Basler Vision Technologies announced recently that several of its new IP camera models have been selected by officials from Jerry’s Nugget Casino to secure their gaming facilities in Las Vegas.
The dream of easy money draws gamblers to casinos; the goal of preserving profits requires casinos to find ways to keep dishonest gamblers from gaining that money illegally. There are some scenarios and many reasons why casinos need to partner with security integrators to realize the full potential of their security systems.
- By John Monti
- Mar 01, 2011
The certified installation is at Jerry's Nugget Casino, a Las Vegas hallmark since 1964. The installation provides full coverage leveraging new, high-resolution, IP-based megapixel cameras around the facility, covering all aspects of the property from retail to safety, and to the regulated gaming environment.
TransTech Systems Inc. introduced its M3T Cash Access Kiosk, which will help casinos offer their customers quick and easy access to cash.
Jupiter Systems, a provider of display wall technology has expanded its field systems engineering, promoting Pascal Berthe to senior field system engineer for European, Indian and Middle Eastern operations, and hiring of industry veteran Erwin Daley as a field system engineer for U.S. operations.
The largest casino in the Caribbean has seen its surveillance operation completely transformed following the installation of an IP video solution from IndigoVision.
As we reach the end of 2010, and hopefully find a surer footing for the years ahead economically, the staff of Security Products magazine sat down with several key players in the security industry to gauge their thoughts on technology resources and the economic impact for the coming year.
The historic Golden Gate Hotel & Casino has chosen IndigoVision’s High Definition IP video technology for a surveillance upgrade, in what is believed to be the first ever casino to install a complete HD gaming floor.
The project initiates a standardized surveillance platform for MGM Resorts International properties.
The gaming industry is experiencing an accelerating trend toward network-based digital video surveillance solutions. Advances in video hardware and software technology; intelligent and flexible integrated system solutions designed and built by experienced systems integrators; robust networks; and the long-term downward cost of surveillance equipment seem to be driving the trend. Lower prices have finally made the adoption of new technology supportable by a solid business case.
- By Jason Oakley
- Nov 01, 2010