The casino floor is one of the most impressive man-made sights you can behold.
For a first-time player, the lights, sounds and gaming opportunities can be overwhelming. For a veteran player, the tempation to stay for just one more pull or one more hand is a thrill unlike any other.
But as a casino operator, how do you ensure high guest engagement? Is your floor layout dated, or have you kept up with industry trends? Do you split test your console and cluster layouts to determine what provides the best customer experience and profitable operation for you and your stakeholders?
If you have ever been troubled by stagnant or declinging engagement figures and aren't sure what your next step should be, read on.
Access floors are great for use in any high tech environment, and if you asked around, most people would tell you that data centers and command/control centers use access floors the most. After all, they have so many power wires and data cables for all those computers, right?
Well, yes, but we are living in a highly wired world, and the need for an easy, flexible cable management method isn't limited to data centers. Casinos and gaming operations have high wire and cable loads, from power wires to data, voice and video cables. Managing miles of wires can be a nightmare for any facilities manager.
To make matters worse, a casino must be built for humans, not computers. This isn't an industrial data center, with row upon row of server cabinets arranged in neat order. This is a living, breathing, organic structure that has to work from a technical aspect, but must be inviting and engaging from a human standpoint.
Your systems, consoles and gaming tables are dispersed across thousands of square feet of floor space. Guests stroll through your floor looking for something that striikes their fancy. Yes, there is a method to the seeming madness, but it is very challenging to keep up with it all from an IT and electrical standpoint.
If you could somehow look under the colorful carpet, beneath the blinking lights, you know you could see miles of cables and wires routed through concrete trenches. It's a system and layout that has worked for many years. But that's just the thing, it's time for a change.
For Casinos and Gambling Establishments, the world is becoming more wired all the time. Huge power and data demands require a robust cable and wire infrastructure. Raised access flooring is THE best way to manage wires and cables.
Keeping watch in a casino is a demanding job. Ensuring the security of your guests and the house is your responsibility. The last thing you should worry about is how to manage huge bundles of data cables, security feed wires, biometrics, cameras, sensors and more. You expect that to just work. With a low-profile cable management access floor system, you've got the power of cable management under the floor.
Your guests never know it's there, and you don't have to deal with infrastructure problems anymore.
As a casino operator, manager, pit boss or even an architect or designer, you don't leave anything to chance. For your guests, it's about a night out having fun and rolling the dice. For you, it comes down to cold hard facts: maximize guest engagement while minimizing operational risk. Don't gamble your operations.
If you have ever had to move a gaming console or table, you know it's a difficult task. First of all, it's heavy. Secondly, you have to make sure your're disconnecting the right wires and not leaving a splotchy carpet behind. And, most importantly, you can't interrupt your guests. With 24/7 gaming operations, a system changeout, table layout reset or complete gaming floor refresh have to take place smoothly and without disrupting the guest experience.
Which brings us back to those concrete cable trenches. You can't re-trench your floor. You can't re-route your cables. You need power and data hookups at every console. And whether your casino is 2 years old or 20 years old, what you see is what you get.
Unless... there were some way to re-route wires and cables to any point on your floor. If you could do that, you could move your gaming tables and systems anywhere they needed to be.
Does management want the new IGT S3000s up front? No problem! Need to move some craps tables because they're taking up prime real estate for the new iLottery systems? No problem! Running the wires and cables through a cable management floor is simple.
Access flooring is a great option for your casino. It will simplify your cable management and IT functions, while supporting your gaming operations.
Wether it's a 300 pound console or a 3,000 pound gaming table, there is a raised floor solution to fit your needs and support your investment.
Compatible with nearly and floor finish from carpet, tile, terrazzo and even marble, an access floor will seamlessly fit your operations and provide a strategic advantage. Reconfiguring your gaming floor to accommodate new systems, technologies and ever-changing consumer preference is much simpler with a raised access floor.
Netfloor USA Casino Access Floors: From Where You Sit, Things Look Great!
Casinos and Gaming, Command Center