Interface focus for Dallmeier at G2E Asia

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At this year’s G2E Asia, video security expert Dallmeier will present its latest interface server software for casinos.

Germany-based Dallmeier is one of the leading global suppliers of network-based video surveillance systems. Over the past few years the functionality and breadth of application of Dallmeier solutions have been steadily growing – especially with regards to interfaces and analytics.

The company’s surveillance systems are equipped with open interfaces and allow for the easy integration of third­party systems, such as dealing shoes, point of sales or access control systems. The video security system becomes a high-performance video information system, analysing and optimising games, workflows and operating procedures.

Dallmeier’s SeMSy III gaming interface server software is an interface between baccarat shoe devices and the SeMSy III video management system. The data of the dealing shoe transactions is linked to the video data and stored in the integrated SQL database.

Both in live and playback, a text overlay can be placed on the camera overlooking the Baccarat table. Various search functions can then be used, such as table number, game number, date and time or combinations of card suit and number.

Furthermore, electronic reports of selected games can be created. Additional information regarding trends can be used to analyse winning bets against trends. In addition, every game action has the capability to generate an alarm, lowering the risk of persons cheating in a game. Alarm criteria can be e.g. open lid, consecutive wins or false shuffle.

Meanwhile, with the SeMSy III POS interface server software, the data of the point of sale (POS) transactions is linked to the video data. Searches can be performed – such as POS number, employee ID, camera number, check number or check total or item count. Different transaction criteria can generate an alarm, after which the operator can switch the camera to their alarm monitor automatically or view the event retrospectively in the recordings.


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