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  • Agent Vi secures Cherokee Nation Entertainment with video analytics
    Cherokee Nation Entertainment (CNE) is the gaming and hospitality arm of the Cherokee Nation, operating multiple casinos and hotels across northeast Oklahoma, USA, including the prestigious Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa.
    Editor / Provider: Agent Vi | Updated: 2018 / 7 / 27
  • IDIS secures airfield and popular TV location
    Covering hundreds of acres, Dunsfold Park near Guildford began life as a military airfield in 1942, before making its mark in aviation history for multiple innovations as part of BAe Systems until 1960.
    Editor / Provider: IDIS | Updated: 2018 / 5 / 30
  • Casino Cosmopol maximizes its multi-site surveillance with Synectics
    Sweden-based Casino Cosmopol, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AB Svenska Spel, has upgraded its surveillance with an integrated solution from Synectics to streamline security and gaming table management across four separate sites.
    Editor / Provider: Synectics | Updated: 2018 / 4 / 26
  • Axis antes up Hard Rock Casino surveillance
    The analog cameras at the Hard Rock Casino in Tulsa didn't perform well in the constantly changing illumination. The surveillance team needed new network cameras that could compensate for variable lighting and meet the stringent regulations that govern all casino surveillance operations.
    Editor / Provider: Axis Communications | Updated: 2017 / 12 / 13
  • Capvern Casino protected by Hanwha Techwin
    Capvern Casino, located in the Hautes Pyrénées, is currently equipped with 32 cameras. Casinos are legally required to have a video surveillance system. Recordings must be saved for at least 28 days and available to the gambling enforcement officers during inspections.
    Editor / Provider: Hanwha Techwin Europe | Updated: 2017 / 10 / 5
  • Cercle Clichy-Montmartre bets big with IndigoVision
    The Cercle Clichy-Montmartre in Paris, famous for its “Roulette of the People,” was faced with new regulations. These required every table to not only have video surveillance, but audio recordings too. And both recordings had to be backed up with a minimum of 28 days retention.
    Editor / Provider: IndigoVision | Updated: 2017 / 8 / 30