Nevada casino surveillance regulations
The Nevada Gaming Commission has precise definitions on how casino regulation is to be conducted, including its use of a digital video recording (DVR) system.
The Nevada Gaming Commission has precise definitions on how casino regulation is to be conducted. A digital video recording (DVR) system used by a Nevada casino has to:
- Record at 30 frames per second, full screen, in real time.
- Store video for not less than 7 days.
- Provide audio and visual notification of failures concerning the surveillance system or DVR media storage.
- Have a media storage system configured so that failure of a single component does not result in the loss of any data from the media storage system.
- Record video with date and time stamp, plus inclusion of a “watermark” video verification encryption code on file with the Gaming Control Board.
- Repair or replace any failure of DVR media storage within 8 hours.
- Locate all DVR equipment in the surveillance room.
Source: NRS Regulation 5
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