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– ICE PREVIEW


ITL set to preview next- generation recyclers at ICE


Innovative Technology is using ICE to preview some of their new, next-generation recycling products to the gaming industry; check out booth N1-430 for more


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nrique Jütten, VP of Sales & Business Development commented: “ICE is the biggest event in the European gaming exhibition


calendar and we are very excited to be participating again at the 2019 show. Our presence at the show is key to ensuring we stay at the forefront of this highly dynamic and fast changing industry. This year taking center stage on our stand will be some new recycling products, featuring our cutting-edge Spectral technology. The new recyclers will offer mixed denomination note recycling with large capacity storage capabilities.” Security is a major part of product


development for ITL. The use of Spectral Technology in their validators provides full note high resolution imaging giving Operators unrivalled note detection. In addition, optical and mechanical anti-strimming technology delivers outstanding fraud protection.


Enrique continued, “We look forward


to discussing Live Collect with ICE visitors. Our new system Live Collect, revolutionises collection routines for Operators and we expect a lot of interest from the industry! We can enable Operators to optimise their cash handling, giving access to real-time data and detailed status reports across multiple sites for full machine audit traceability – maximising collection efficiency. At the top level it uses the cash handling features of both the NV11 note recycler & SMART Coin System (SCS) in a smart connected way. Live Collect utilises all of the multi coin validating and smart float features of the SCS and can bring the Operator a host of additional


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benefits. Cash levels in the validator cashbox, hopper and recycler are visible in real time and can be used to schedule more efficient collection & refill visits, significantly reducing machine collection times even further, resulting in a more productive use of staff time.”


ITL will also have an array of


ticketing products on display including the field-proven NV12, RP-80 and Live Ticket – a retrofit solution for any Gaming Operators intending to implement a TITO system within their business.


Enrique concluded, “ICE is an


excellent networking opportunity for us as it brings together all the key industry players in one place and provides us with the perfect platform to showcase our exciting product portfolio to both new and existing customers. We can’t wait to test out some of our new products with the ICE visitors and show them how they can really maximise cash efficiency and machine up-time. Come along and see the ITL team on stand N1-430 to find out more.”


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