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Amatic’s CX30 upright to ‘create new


standards in flexibility’ Under the banner of ‘Pure Gaming,’ Amatic Industries was launching the CX30 upright gaming machine at ICE, set to ‘create new standards in flexibility’


With its sleek design and curved screen, the new cabinet is described by Amatic as ‘an eye catcher on every gaming floor.’ Te CX30 is available with either two or three monitors, interactive touch panel 15,6” and Amatic cabinets such as the slant top Performer Grand Arc (PGA) and the upright Amarox C24. Te Roulette Grand Jeu was being shown with a new Corona II overhead design that incorporates two large screens that can be viewed from both sides. Te company was also showing its Arena theme, where operators can combine Amatic solutions with flexibility on the number of terminals they place in their gaming location.


Tis has now been expanded with the introduction of a Sic-Bo automated gaming solution. In partnership with Autodice from the UK, Amatic Industries now offers its Sic-Bo with a total of four table games available: Sic-Bo, Roulette, Black Jack and Punto Banco. Tis has made Amatic’s Arena a true multi-table game, offering the possibility to link different table game solutions together (such as Sic-Bo, Roulette Grand Jeu 24HX, PGA terminals and individual Solitaire roulette wheels) and now also virtual roulette.


Amatic’s Thomas Engstberger


detected to save storage space. Motion area search is a time-saving search function which allows you to select a previously specified area or zone and search effectively for any motion that occurred within it.


NSoft Vision steps into the


future with latest solutions NSoft was displaying its comprehensive suite of products on the showfloor, including a full Sportsbook platform, Virtual sports betting, draw-based games and NSoft Vision – a highly impressive piece of AI surveillance software


Situated around the booth, NSoft showcased its surveillance software by tracking delegate’s as they moved around the stand. NSoft Vision’s facial recognition system works by comparing biometric data with all identities previously saved in a database, enabling the identification and verification of a person from a visual frame on a video source.


“Te age prediction feature is responsible for estimating how old each recorded identity is, while gender prediction provides an estimation on an identity’s biological gender,” explained Ana Dzida, VP Marketing at NSoft. “Emotion recognition


allows operators to understand punter’s emotions and feelings at a relevant moment, offering an insight into customer satisfaction and the quality of customer relationship management. Te heat map tool provides visual-friendly data to understand customer behaviour. Whether punters are looking at a web page, virtual games, sporting streams, or across the room, operators can see which areas attract the most attention.


“People counting is a live data that allows the user to see the number of people currently positioned in front of the camera and can be used to continually monitor and be aware of the number of people circulating across multiple locations in real time. Continuous recording is a mode which allows users to record 24/7 footage on any camera in the system continuously with an option to adjust the time of saving footage in accordance with GDPR regulations and storage space.”


Live video streams, along with stream controls like digital zoom and snapshot, compliment the playback feature’s scalable timeline interface to access recorded footage. Motion recording allows operators to record exclusively when motion is


Grouping and filtering on the user interface eases and speeds up the navigation and selection of camera data. You can choose to preview identities captured by a chosen camera based on the identity status group to which they are assigned. With a directory and reports page where users can display the number of active and returning visitors, average age, gender structure, as well as trends and total activity on a daily, weekly and monthly basis, NSoft Vision can be used to get a complete overview of customer behaviour and business performance, informing future retail and product design.


Elsewhere on the stand, NSoft’s all-in-one Sportsbook software offers a plug and play, ready solution for offering data and risk management, enabling fully-fledged trading that includes an average of over 30,000 events from 60 different sports monthly, together with corresponding odds and results, in a turnkey format solution.


Last but not least, NSoft were displaying its portfolio of virtual games, including mainstay popular game Lucky Six and Virtual Penalty Shootout, a game where players can place bets on the outcome of a penalty shot. Te goal is divided into 24 fields, from top left to bottom right. Players can place bets on the outcome of the shootout, whether they opt for a number of goals and no- goal outcomes.


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