Surveillance Systems Integration (SSI) has been awarded a contract to provide a new, state-of-the-art digital surveillance security system for the famous Las Vegas downtown icon, the Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino. With the new system, the Golden Nugget seeks to increase the security team’s productivity and utilize the better digital video quality to augment security offered at the property.
was selected because of the company’s unique ability to design and build
systems that allow for seamless future growth, and to provide upgrades to
existing systems with minimal down time to mitigate safety issues.
Golden Nugget staff provided us with concrete information about what they
wanted, and we were able to draw from our vast experience in providing retrofit
upgrades for casino properties like this to offer the casino management a
solution that exceeded their expectations,” said Todd Flowers, president of
new IP-based, high definition video surveillance technology available, many
hotel and casino properties are looking to streamline their security
surveillance systems, enhancing performance while reducing the total cost of
ownership. According to SSI, with IP video systems, many of the cameras, lenses
and cables currently residing in the infrastructure of a system can be used as
the casino is migrated to digital technology. The benefits of digital
technology quickly become evident, with features including: advanced search
capabilities, no image degradation, ease-of-use, ability to simultaneously
record and playback video, improvements on the compression and storage of
footage and allowing the footage to be shared with police or other
password-approved parties. Tied with communication systems, digital systems can
also be configured to provide automatic alert notifications to system operators
to allow timely action.
built in 1946, the Golden Nugget is the most luxurious resort on the Freemont
Experience and an iconic part of the Las Vegas casino industry. The award-winning
casino has a high-energy floor that offers guests hundreds of slot machines, dozens
of table games and a newly remodeled poker room. The property also houses more
than 2,300 guestrooms, with more than 500 new guestrooms having been added in late
share the vision of SSI in exceeding customer expectations, and we look forward
to the increased productivity that going digital will allow our security team.
SSI has demonstrated its knowledge and has worked closely with us to meet our
needs, especially in minimizing interruption to our current operations during
the upgrade,” said Jeff Moe, executive director, Las Vegas Golden Nugget Hotel
The project is set to take 30 days from start to finish, with the
installation expected to finish before the end of the year.
SSI provides security upgrade for Golden Nugget Las Vegas
October 18, 2012