Located in the foothills of the San Bernardino Mountain region, just north of Highland, Calif., San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino recently chose Endura, a distributed network-based video security system by Pelco, Clovis, Calif., as the focal point of surveillance security and the operation’s over 3,000-camera system requirement.
In the forefront: achieving the best picture quality and reliability for surveillance of the operation with a high-quality video security system. “What we were looking for was an extremely reliable, flexible video system that would utilize our IT infrastructure to its fullest – with expandability and adaptability to evolve as needed,” said Tom Naoum, San Manuel surveillance assistant director.
Scott Bartlett, with integrator Southwest Surveillance Systems of Las Vegas, said that putting together this system within the timeframe required by the casino went very well. “For such a large system, Endura was extremely quick and easy to install. Working with Pelco, knowing I could rely on everyone’s high level of customer service there, was significant in making my job easier. This is the largest system of this kind that I’m aware of – I just knew it would work out well and it did.”
“There’s nothing like helping to create the largest distributed IP-based video system in the gaming industry,” said Craig Dahlman, a senior product manager with the video system manufacturer.