Sting Alarm G2E Party 2011
STING SURVEILLANCE DEBUTS SECURITY INNOVATIONS AT G2E
October 3, 2011, Henderson, Nev. – Sting Alarm, Inc. and Sting Surveillance will unveil the latest products in security innovation during G2E, held October 4-6 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center. The Nevada-based company has a proven reputation for not just recording crimes, but in actually helping to apprehend criminals.
At its sixth G2E, Sting Surveillance will debut a number of network-based surveillance technology developments tailored specifically to the needs of gaming operators. Wednesday, October 5, Sting Surveillance will be hosting a G2E after party and iPad 2 giveaway (register to win at booth 5818 October 4 and 5).
Attendees at this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E) will be the first to see Sting Surveillance’s high quality IP megapixel cameras. "These high-resolution cameras provide an unrivalled level of clarity, and the user can digitally zoom in to any area of interest for a closer look," said Jon Perry, senior vice president, Sting Alarm, Inc. and Sting Surveillance. "The new cameras are remarkably cost effective, and because they cover a greater area, casino operators will need fewer of them to cover the same area."
In addition, Sting Surveillance and Sting Alarm, Inc. will have on hand their network video recorders, video management system and other products. The company works with gaming clients to completely customize surveillance systems to fit the needs of each property. Lately, Perry said they’ve been seeing quite a bit of interest from tribal casinos as well as international clients. In addition, many casinos are making the move from analog to digital and IP technology.
According to Jonathan Fine, partner, president of Sting Alarm, Inc. and Sting Surveillance, the company learns from G2E each year, and comes back the next year even more ready and eager to serve new and existing clients. "Every year we learn more what the gaming customer is looking for, and we have new products to introduce at G2E for this market. We are very excited to show our new technology to the casinos because we are offering a full-solution system, not just a product like a camera, a DVR or an NVR, but an entire system," said Fine. "We customize products for casinos because we have found that one system may not work for every casino." Fine added that the DVRs/NVRs still maintain the high level of redundancy required for gaming systems.
Enhancing Sting Surveillance’s accessibility to a wide range of gaming clients, its systems come standard with features that, at other companies, can mean additional charges. Sting began developing products and services for the gaming industry in 2007 and many of Sting’s standard features even exceed gaming regulations. The Henderson, Nevada-based company provides recording equipment, control center management software, alarm panels, access control readers and panels–all tested, specified and certified for gaming applications. Sting Surveillance serves gaming operators nation-wide.
The Sting Surveillance G2E after party will take place Wednesday, October 5 at PBR Rock Bar and Grill, located in the Miracle Mile Shops in Planet Hollywood, 3663 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Anyone with a G2E badge is invited to the party, which will be held from 8 p.m. – 10 p.m., with the iPad 2 drawing at 9 p.m.
Note to media: Demos of the Sting technology are available throughout the Global Gaming Expo in booth 5818. Sting’s management will offer live demos during the following hours: Tuesday October 4, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday October 5, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Thursday October 6,10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Registered media are also invited to attend the G2E after party.
Jon Perry (702) 737-8464 firstname.lastname@example.org
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