According to a National Retail Federation survey, American retailers lose $46 billion annually to theft. The survey, conducted annually by the National Retail Federation (NRF) trade group, found that the average inventory shrink rate increased to..
Real-time security and surveillance is an absolute must in any target-rich environment like casinos, where large amounts of cash are on-hand, public access is encouraged to ensure gaming (revenue) traffic, and strict compliance regulations are..
The gaming industry continues to experience growth across the country, which increases the need for the National Indian Gaming Commission and individual states to continually review and enforce compliance regulations, many of which directly relate..
The holiday season gives us cause to reflect on what has passed over the past year and what lies ahead, but most important, it’s a time to extend our sincerest thanks to our customers who continue to drive and inspire the entire NAV team. You are..
Once a futuristic technology seen in science fiction movies and Vegas themed TV shows, facial recognition has matured to the point that it is not only viable, it is impacting our daily lives. If you’ve ever been tagged in a photo on Facebook,..
There is no time for surveillance down-time in the gaming industry. Compliance regulations clearly mandate the need for continuous surveillance during hours of gaming operations, and failing to do so can result in severe consequences. The double..
There are many inherent challenges involved in operating security and surveillance video networks in gaming facilities. Choosing the appropriate technology to maintain compliance and provide the ability to sustain an open yet secure environment for..
Your casino or gaming facility provides a variety of forms of entertainment and relaxation, and is a popular getaway and vacation spot for many people. To maintain that welcoming and open environment can be a challenge, as it must be balanced with..
Casino hotels are notoriously difficult properties to secure. Not only are most of them open to the public 24/7/365 with large crowds, but they must also maintain a high level of security to keep guests, property and assets safe. Security cannot..
According to a U.S. Department of Justice brief, because parking facilities comprise a large volume of space with relatively low levels of activity, crime is more likely to occur in a parking facility than in other commercial facilities. This is not..