The River Spirit Casino and Resort is bringing in Oosto to provide advanced AI-based security

Muscogee Nation Gaming Enterprises knows that security is an essential factor for its operations. This large owner and operator of vast tribal casinos in the US wants to keep the gaming floors of its flagship River Spirit Casino and Resort in Oklahoma safe. To do so, it has partnered with the world’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) vision company, Oosto. As a result of the partnership, it will install face-based security software embedded in all cameras at its facilities.

Measuring approximately 200,000 square meters, the River Spirit Casino receives a staggering 10,000 day after day. Because of this, managing the identification of bad actors in real time has become a challenge for security teams. The department has realized that in order to combat theft and fraud, as well as maintain the property’s reputation and regulatory requirements, they must turn to advanced technology.

Investigating video footage after the fact for investigative purposes can be a tedious process, but that’s why Oosto’s facial recognition technology offers numerous advantages. Oosto OnWatch is based on a real-time surveillance alert ready to work. It is able to recognize potential security threats, while security teams can better track persons of interest throughout the premises without interrupting customers.

“With Oosto, we have eliminated most of the manual processes associated with identifying bad actors as they enter the casino,” said Travis Thompson, Director of Compliance, Muscogee Gaming Nation. “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.”