River Spirit Casino Resort teams up with Oosto to install facial recognition software

October 24, 2022
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The resort seeks to streamline its security system throughout the 200,000 square-foot facility.

Oosto, a vision AI company, has partnered with Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises to install face-based security software throughout River Spirit Casino and Resort in Oklahoma. The software will be utilized by the casino resort’s security camera system.

Rivers Spirit Casino welcomes close to 10,000 guests per day. Muscogee Gaming Nation Director of Compliance Travis Thompson said implementing the new security feature will aid the casino in spotting those who have previously been banned from the facility for questionable activity.

Thompson commented: “With Oosto, we have eliminated most of the manual processes associated with identifying bad actors as they enter the casino. When a patron does something inside the property that is considered a crime or unwanted, that person is barred from entering the property again.

“Their profile is entered into Oosto, and the system looks for that face every time they enter the property. Since implementing Oosto, we see anywhere from three to five positive detections per day. We know that we’re keeping the right people out and I think that makes our players more comfortable.”

Oosto was founded in 2015. The company functions through a global network of distributors and offices. It focuses on safeguarding gaming spaces and casinos around the world.

Oosto Chief Revenue Officer Adi Nativ commented: “We were really excited to demonstrate how much value Oosto’s vision AI could provide to Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises in support of their very busy security team.

“When battle-tested against other facial recognition technology providers in complex environments, Oosto always proves to be the superior solution ‘in the wild’ – our accuracy and speed of detection are unmatched. So, we couldn’t wait to help elevate River Spirit Casino’s operations to a new level. We truly value their trust in us.”

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