Harris Corporation Introduces New Standards in Digital Signage Networking at Global Gaming Expo

Corporation, will feature new standards for digital signage networks within
casino and resort environments with the introduction of InfoCaster Digital
Signage solutions for casinos at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E), being held
November 13-15 in Las Vegas.

Digital Signage solutions allow our sales force to offer our casino and resort
customers a uniquely powerful and comprehensive digital media network,”
said Carlos Gonzalez, president of Island Systems & Design, a Florida-based
systems integrator that specializes in the casino market. “Having a
dedicated team of experts from one of the world’s leading communications
companies behind every high-performance solution provides our customers with
added ease and confidence.”

Digital Signage solutions integrate with existing infrastructure systems and
enable easy acquisition, creation, scheduling and synchronizing of content from
multiple sources to multiple locations. For casinos and resorts, content is
customized to enhance the guest experience at various venues such as food and
beverage areas, convention spaces and lobbies, retail shops and gaming areas.
Advanced management and monitoring tools give users unprecedented flexibility
and control over the entire network.

To address
customer concerns regarding the costs associated with implementing a large
digital media network, Harris offers financing plans through Harris Finance — a
program that enables buyers to amortize their investment in Harris technology
and services over an extended period of time. Harris Finance plans are based on
customized financial models that fit revenue dynamics, and are designed to
maximize a company’s investment by allowing for future upgrades and expansion
of the digital signage system.

Digital Signage solutions for casinos offer many competitive capabilities:

Intelligence — Integrated with the latest bonusing solutions; persistent
jackpot and progressives displayed on multiple screens throughout the facility
simultaneously with other messages and video; jackpots can automatically
display above a certain value.

DataIP —
Individual players can be set to display different information from the same
data source. Layout templates containing multiple regions can be branded
identically, but pre-set to automatically update content appropriate to its

Triggers — External applications and devices can easily integrate into the
triggering architecture, allowing players to trigger a/v switchers, fog
machines, fireworks, etc.

Map Player View — The ability to drag and drop players to a campus map and view
player status.

— Create/edit content and schedules via quick editors and add graphics or clips
manually, region by region.

with Schedule Manager — New ODBC-connected graphics, broadcast-quality
animations, rolls, and crawls can be automatically created on the Player
without operator intervention.

— Links content together to playback at the same time.

— Content can be triggered by operator, automation, or jackpot controller that
supports GPO.

— An InfoCaster add-on to the
Delphi database
that allows additional data and graphics to be associated with their event

and Directional Maps — Touch screen interaction and GPI recognition,
conditional playback functionality, and emergency way-finding capabilities.

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