Recently, Strip Casinos have begun started using Facial Recognition Technology.
A Famous Casino operator in Las Vegas Boulevard has put the mentioned new technology above mentioned in operation, said Alec Massey, a director in PWC’s, during the Global Gaming Expo in Las Vegas.
“These technologies like Facial Recognition are being deployed today,” said Massey, as he works with clients in the hospitality industry. “The Actual Wave has started now”.
MGM Resorts International spokesperson Brian Ahern said the company has a policy against discussing its Security Program.
Table game manufacturers are using facing recognition to help casinos collect the data” Massey Said.
“Forward thinking suppliers are integrating biometrics into their casino products, greatly increasing the available data on table play,” he said. “Several Companies are doing this know.”
Different Hospitality companies, have been testing facial Recognition over the last few years and are nearly giving up on this technology because of inconsistent results, said Massey.
Massey said, ” Improvements have made the technology viable. Facial Recognition Technology enables security to potential identify people, such as: Criminals by matching facial features captured on video with an existing database of photographs.”
Massey Said, Hotel and Resorts operators may use biometrics- such as facial Recognition, down the road as part of multi factor authentication to access physical location such as guest room.
Now, Hotels and Casinos are starting to add internet- connected devices such as temperature monitors, call buttons and door sensors,” he said.
Moore said it will take a lot of capital to achieve this vision of the resort of the future.