Dallmeier to return to ICE show 2018 with CAT system for live Gaming

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Dallmeier, a solutions provider for the Casino Industry, is announcing its return to the ICE show, which will be held in London’s ExCeL Exhibition Centre this coming 6-8 February.


The company’s Casino Project Team  will present their brand new innovative Casino Automation Technology (CAT) at the coming gaming show dedicated to live gaming and table gaming automation.

Recently the new system has successfully carried out numerous tests in live Casino environments and has proven to be an accurate, secure and market ready product.

The main function of CAT is overall Table Game tracking and real-time Player Rating and thus the system goes far beyond the mere monitoring of the gaming table.

The advanced system, developed by Dallmeier, was created to help the Casino operators to increase profits, mitigate risks, protect gaming table integrity, streamline operations via real-time data analysis, achieve gaming floor transparency and understand gaming table performance as well as reduce labour costs and minimize human fallibility.

All these factors make this product an all in one monitoring, tracking, and analysing solution for table gaming.

Dallmeier’s CAT is easy to integrate and install, doesn’t require additional sensors, is not CMS system specific, does not depend on RFID technology (but can be integrated), interfaces and operates with any Smart dealing shoe, uses standard CCTV cameras and is not CCTV system specific.

During the last years Dallmeier has invested heavily in their R&D, aiming to develop the best solution for the gaming industry related to overall game tracking and real-time player analysis. The company has closely worked with its customers in developing their system, to be sure the product would best match the operators’ needs and expectations.

CAT is an overall Table Management System and the produced data can be used in many fields of the Casino operations, like Marketing, Gaming, Surveillance, to name but a few.

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