Abbiati Casino Equipment will demonstrate its latest product lines at ICE this year.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he company will feature a number of brand new table designs, utilising composite materials and finishing, and ready to accommodate progressive systems, shuffle and chip-sorting machines.
“ICE is a great platform to demonstrate how Abbiati products have continued to improve over the years, using new innovative materials, designs and applied technologies,” said Giovanni Abbiati, the company’s founder and president.
“Presenting our line of products to visitors, we want to demonstrate yet again our flexibility and ability to manufacture exclusive, high-end, customised equipment.”
Abbiati will also début a wide range of new security features to be added to their security casino currency products, including chips, plaques and jetons, protecting them against counterfeiting.
These features include 13.56 MHz PJM RFID technology, high security holograms, 8-color UV pigments, 3-in-1 UV security feature, laser tracer technology and optical variable ink, among others.
Visitors will also have the chance to see Abbiati’s line of patented “Tie” chips, featuring multiple injections, see-thru inserts and a combination of intricate rim and edge inserts.
ICE is a great platform to demonstrate how Abbiati products have continued to improve over the years, using new innovative materials, designs and applied technologies.
Also on show will be “il Gettone”, a chip that marries the portability, durability and versatility of the best American-style casino chips, with the technological sophistication found in higher face value casino plaques.
As an exclusive worldwide distributor of Modiano, Abbiati will display a complete range of 100 percent plastic and paper plastic-coated playing cards, incorporating security features such as tracking mechanisms and cards with bar codes, designed for online live gaming.
Taking centrestage will be the firm’s GLI-25 certified American Roulette Laser Wheels, incorporating patented laser technology.
Abbiati’s American roulette wheels can be connected to online gaming terminals and winning number displays and thanks to an open protocol are installed and working in many casinos affiliated with the leading online gaming companies.
The company will also exhibit its next generation independent Levelling System which continuously verifies a roulette wheel’s balance, and which can monitor up to 128 tables simultaneously, generating real-time statistics.