Taiwanese technology company targets gaming sector at IGE
The International Gaming Expo 2009 will play host to at least 20 companies who will be making their debut appearance in London next January. The healthy attendance of first-time exhibitors enhances the status of the exhibition as the most important place for organisations to launch new gaming products.
One of those debuting in January is Taiwanese technology firm Masterwork Automodules Tech Corp.: the Taipei-based company will be marketing its state-of-the-art, portable, multi-currency, bank note validators to the gaming industry at IGE.
Battery powered and weighing in at just 1.1kg, the NC1000 series can be folded, is highly portable and takes up limited desk space. The NC1100 is described by the company as the ‘basic model of the family.’ Despite this label it has the capability to handle multi-currencies and is regarded as the perfect device for facilities which have mid-level cash flow densities.
In 2007, the company introduced its NC1200 model, which has an enhanced 250npm processing speed and serial number recording.
Following successful applications in a number of commercial environments, including foreign exchange centres, hotels and high street retail, the company’s latest model – the NC1300 was launched this year and implemented by Macau Casinos. With the ability to handle up to 16 currencies, the NC1300 is extremely versatile and can be used as part of an integrated table management system handling chips, TITO, cards and face recognition software.
The NC1000 series will be shown at IGE on stand 4652.