Casinos represent one of the most technically demanding requirements for surveillance systems with diverse operational requirements and equally diverse operating conditions. Gaming surveillance is focussed on the activities that take place on the gaming tables themselves and is used to settle disputes, prevent and detect cheating and also to protect the casino and players from dishonest employees. Typically, such systems require the ability to cope with high speeds on dice tables and roulette wheels, low ambient lighting levels, difficult colour contrasts such as greens, reds and blacks on card tables and different depth of field requirements.
General surveillance within the casino occurs at low levels of lighting and requires the ability to respond rapidly to incidents. Evidential level quality is also a requirement for bringing criminal cases to court successfully.
Network video cameras controlled by Honeywell Maxpro Video Management System for the core of a new IP Surveillance system specified by North American Video to meet the demanding casino surveillance requirements of a new facility opened in Wisconsin
Demanding Casino surveillance environment protected by IndigoVision IP CCTV system replacing aging analogue equipment with IP Cameras including 55 PTZ domes and Network Video Recorders all controlled using IndigoVision's Control Center Video Management Software
Retaining operational and security focus for Casino Copenhagen becomes easier with the installation of XProtect Coporate Video Management Software for the control of extensive casino surveillance network, storage and evidence gathering