Dallmeier debuts Smart Casino Solutions in Asia

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Dallmeier reported that its new Smart Casino Solutions were “extremely well-received” by visitors, during their launch at G2E Asia.

“In recent years we have worked diligently and invested heavily in Research and Development, aiming to create innovative flexible solutions for the gaming industry as a whole, delivering comprehensive real-time hands on results,” said Konrad Hechtbauer, Project and Application Development director of Dallmeier Electronic and MD of Dallmeier International.

“We aim to establish ourselves as a complete turnkey solution provider with a wide offering of innovative Smart Casino products, that can easily be combined or presented as individual modules and/or interfaced with third party technologies to meet the needs of the end user in their environment.”

Dallmeier’s vision is to create innovative operational systems which can manage different business segments in real-time, allowing operators complete control of all areas of their properties, including gaming, security, surveillance, hotel, retail and strategic marketing.

“Security, traceability, overall operations’ management from every angle and aspect, and a complete detailed analysis of the obtained data are the key elements building our innovative systems”, added Hechtbauer.

For G2E Asia, Dallmeier’s Casino Team conducted dedicated personal demonstrations, where invited guests could experience first-hand all the company’s latest developments.

“For years Dallmeier was worldwide known for their advanced surveillance technology and we are now ready to pursue different business opportunities and strategies, aiming to place Dallmeier as a leading strategic partner for the casino operators,” Hechtbauer continued.

“In the coming years we’ll continue to develop our product offering to support overall casino operations management, creating new systems for live gaming, solutions for various security aspects, and options and modules to enhance operators’ strategic marketing,” he concluded.

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