Dahua Technology offers solutions for every aspect of casino surveillance and security, including monitoring and recording the gambling tables, cages, parking lot, lobby, hallways, and more. Our portfolio has high-resolution and high-quality products that meet the strict rules and regulations to preserve the integrity of gaming activities.
2MP Face Recognition AI Network Camera
8x2MP 360° Multi-sensor Panoramic + 2MP PTZ
256CH Intelligent Video Surveillance Server
6MP IR 360° Panoramic IP Fisheye
2MP IR Vari-focal ePoE Dome
2MP 12x PTZ
4x2MP IR 180° Multi-sensor Panoramic IP Bullet
In the U.S., continuous real-time recording is mandated for all gaming activities, with a minimum duration of seven days. Many casinos opt for longer retention times for various operational and security reasons. Additionally, redundant and failsafe recording is required.
With large amounts of money being stored, the operator must be able to visually confirm the currency denominations being exchanged. Additionally, a camera that can identify faces and produce detailed images in low-light scenarios is required.
Game tables benefit from ceiling-mounted cameras often a fair distance from the gaming floor ( 20 feet in many instances). Using a vari-focal lens provides higher flexibility in adjusting the focal length, the angle of view, and the level of zoom required for identifying faces, financial transactions, and observing players and dealers.
A vari-focal camera will allow the operator to see different levels of a scene. To get a broader view of what’s happening, a 180º panoramic camera gives security a bigger picture. Facial recognition cameras provide notification of a VIP guest, high roller, card counter, suspicious cheater or blacklisted individual so that security can send the proper responders.
To ensure property and personal safety of customers, a panoramic 180º or 360º multi-sensor camera provides improved situational awareness for vast outdoor areas. Add in an option for an integrated PTZ 30X optical zoom to provided for a closer analysis or tracking of people and objects.
PTZ Cameras are used to track individuals and zoom in for closer details. True WDR and low-light capabilities are important features due to challenging lighting conditions. Choosing a camera that adapts to the full range of extreme lighting, while maintaining 30 frames per second, is critical for live or post analysis.
A panoramic multi-sensor camera provides improved situational awareness in expansive areas. With four sensors, images are seamlessly stitched together; operators can watch a situation over a wider area versus switching between cameras. Additionally, fewer cameras are required. PTZ Cameras are used to track individuals and zoom in for closer details.
For a broader view of employee areas, a fisheye camera provides a 360º overview. This allows operators a “birdseye” view of activities. Add in vari-focal options and operstors will be able to zoom in to capture finer details.