nnovative Technology (ITL) reported a high volume of traffic to its stand over the three days at ICE London last week. Its ICU device attracted much interest and visitors were impressed with how this can accurately verify age and manage self-exclusion and VIPs using facial recognition, the company said. ITL’s Spectral Technology was also a hit, especially the stained note detection feature that rejects the acceptance of stolen notes.
Marcus Tiedt, Sales Director commented: “ICE was a great success for us this year with a busy stand for the duration of the show. Operators and manufacturers keen to support responsible gambling to ensure player protection were eager to demo ICU on the stand. The team showed them how ICU can help with implementing important social responsibility policies. ICU Age Verification can ensure compliance to prevent underage gambling and safeguard children, while ICU Facial Recognition can allow operators to identify VIPs and those who have willingly self-excluded or have been excluded.”
“Our stained note detection feature found in ITL’s Spectral Technology also attracted strong interest,” Tiedt continued. “Gaming machines are just one example of where criminals try to launder stained or fraudulent banknotes by depositing dye-stained notes into machines. This can pose a threat to operators if they do not have the latest technology installed to combat this. Spectral Technology includes state of the art spectral sensors offer complete note image capture (highest spectral coverage) scanning millions of datapoints to authenticate the validity of notes and give the highest level of stained note detection.”
Concluding, Tiedt said: “ICE always provides us with an excellent platform for customer feedback and networking and this year was no exception. We look forward to working with our customers to provide them with the ability to automate transactions and manage payments and identification in the most cost-effective, secure and business efficient way.”