Another Harrah's Casino Resort in Atlantic City Converts to HD Imaging by STS

Caesars Atlantic City, one of Service Tracking Systems' long time clients converts to HDCamPro CVPS.
Caesars_Atlantic_City_beveled.jpgCaesars Atlantic City has been using CVPS, Computerized Valet Parking Systems for about four years and recently decided to upgrade their vehicle imaging system to High Definition cameras. With the HD technology, Caesars now has 600% image resolution amplification from previous camera technology. The vehicle imaging process takes less that 2 seconds. Denying claims just got easier.

About Service Tracking Systems

Service Tracking Systems (STS) is a vertical front service market technology solutions company designed to elevate customer service, increase productivity, minimize liabilities and enhance facility security. Known as the inventor of todays popular valet parking technology, its Computerized Valet Parking System, Bell Desk Management Software and CheckPointLPR perimeter alert technology are examples of STSs innovative design concepts that have swept the industry since 1994, now servicing over 350 clients within the most elite organizations in the continental United States, Canada, Australia, and Dubai.
In addition to over 70 years of collective industry experience, the company also holds several patents covering vehicle imaging and other aspects of the valet parking technology concept.
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High quality detailed pictures documents condition of the vehicle

Denying claims with high quality detailed pictures is far more successful than with blurred, pixilated images.

Up to 5 Megapixel digital IP cameras represent an increase in resolution of over 600% from the current camera technology. This means that you can see a much greater level of detail in the image and zoom in with minimal pixilation.

Full motion videos shot at 15-30 frames per second are now available to allow you to view vehicle damage from different perspectives and multiple cameras, offering greater documentation of existing damage.

Images are shot simultaneously, significantly speeding up the process for the valet. Upon scanning the employee I.D. and valet ticket, the gate raises without delay for a total process time of about 2 seconds.
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