Customer Identification Using Facial Recognition Technology: The Future is Now

Customer Identification Using Facial Recognition Technology: The Future is Now

October 17, 2019, 12:30 PM - 1:15 PM

Titian 2203
Language:
English
Facial recognition is being used more commonly in everyday consumer technology and is no longer in the realm of sci-fi when it comes to casinos. From identifying fraud, to rewarding loyal customers and enforcing necessary bans, facial recognition technology is a key tool in creating safer and more secure environments while contributing to revenue generation. This session will cover what you need to know about facial recognition applications, what investment is necessary to deploy an accurate and scalable solution and what ROI you can expect to achieve.

Contributors

  • Alec Massey

    Moderator

    Director

    PwC Connected Solutions

    Alec is the lead Director for PwC's Connected Solutions (IoT) practice for gaming, hospitality, and leisure clients. We deploy unique combinations...

  • Jessica Medeiros Garrison

    Speaker

    President

    MDM27

    Jessica graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Science in 1997 and from the University of Alabama School of Law with a Juris...

  • David Logue

    Speaker

    VP, Security, Surveillance & Night Club Compliance

    The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

    DAVID LOGUE VP, Security & Surveillance and Night Club Compliance Officer The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Biography • VP Security & Surveillance o...

  • Nasr Sattar

    Speaker

    VP, Innovation Group

    NRT Technology Corp.

    Nasr runs the cross-functional NRT team responsible for product management, pricing, market intelligence and innovation. He brings a broad range of...

Program Type

  1. Program Type
    Presentation

Categories

  1. Track
    Security, Surveillance & Compliance

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