“Facial recognition in the gaming industry can benefit multiple departments, not just surveillance. Commented Ben Parks, Business Development Executive at eConnect.
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) July 18, 2019
eConnect, Inc., a Las Vegas-based software company which provides gaming and hospitality companies with a platform for actionable information, reinforced by video, will showcase their latest AI technology at the 2019 OIGA conference. eConnect's new TITOTracker technology utilizes facial recognition to accurately identify individuals and their activity throughout the casino.
Since many financial transactions take place at kiosks, eConnect’s TITOTracker links and totals transaction amounts to an individual face. Whether the person is a carded player or unknown, casino operators are now alerted when any individual exceeds predefined AML / FinCen thresholds.
“Facial recognition in the gaming industry can benefit multiple departments, not just surveillance," commented Ben Parks, Business Development Executive at eConnect. “Those charged with Anti-Money Laundering responsibilities, the Casino Marketing department, and even the Database Marketing team can leverage our non-intrusive facial recognition applications. eConnect can provide a set of capabilities with this technology that each property can put to use for their unique environment.”
To see TITO Tracker and the full suite of eConnect’s applications, visit eConnect’s Booth #324 at OIGA July 22nd, 2019.
eConnect™ is a cutting-edge technology company that helps improve business performance through data and video intelligence. The company seamlessly integrates digital video surveillance with transactional data from point-of-sale (POS), casino systems, people counting and other data sources to quickly and directly improve profitability, efficiency and the guest experience. eConnect offers measurable ROI within months of system deployment. The software tools are world-renowned for their ability to discover previously unknown problems, thereby reducing or eliminating sources of loss and correcting operational problems. For more information, visit http://www.econnectglobal.com.