Industry

Gaming, Sports
& Leisure

Casinos, sports stadiums, and entertainment arenas have specific and unique requirements. They have to balance discreet surveillance watching out for unusual behavior particularly in these times of a terrorist threat, but also integrating with other information systems for safe evacuation should the need arise.

Challenge

Common issues associated with these venues include theft, managing restricted access and the monitoring and recording of incidents that may be required in the event of prosecution to name but three, all of which are preventable with an integrated solution from Tyco Security Products.

Solution

Theft

Our integrated solution can be configured to respond to movement within a surveillance camera's field of view which is in turn recorded via the integrated digital video recorder and then as an alarm is activated, displayed live on to the Tyco access control software enabling the operator to respond in the appropriate manner.

Restricted Access

Using our access control software can help a venue to establish more defined security zones. Using the badging software, the venue can issue badges to all of its employees eliminating the need for multiple cards. Each employee then has a single security card that grants access to appropriate facilities according to their level of access. For example, visiting technicians can have access to the main arena, but not to offices.

Legally Submissible Evidence

An integrated security system is also beneficial should the need arise to prove an incident in court. With the introduction of dome cameras and corresponding recorded footage obtainable through the video management system, all incidents of claims can be supported with footage that is automatically backed up for future reference.

In the sports and leisure market it is essential to balance visitors safety with visitor enjoyment. With an integrated solution from Tyco Security Products we can provide a proven application for your unique gaming, sports and leisure requirements.

 

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