Internet and digital technologies spur surveillance evolution

Marlin, Steve
September 2007
International Gaming & Wagering;Sep2007, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p30
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the increasing use of digital surveillance by gaming operators as digital technology continues to pervade casinos and their surrounding properties. It notes that the benefits of the use of digital systems to the gaming industry far outweigh the costs. Also discussed are the functions of Internet protocol (IP) video technology with video content analysis in terms of security. It cites that security and surveillance software platforms are also being adopted by casinos.


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