Table Trac’s Automated Social Distancing On Electronic Gaming Machines Product Patent-Pending
Table Trac, Inc., an international software company focused on casino management systems is pleased to announce the filing of an important patent application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for Table Trac’s Dynamic Automated Social Distancing on electronic gaming machines.
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“We are excited to announce that Table Trac has been granted patent pending status for our innovated product and will continue to take steps to protect the intellectual property,” said Chad Hoehne, CEO and President of Table Trac, Inc. “As we review the new guidelines, policies and procedures as mandated from all gaming jurisdictions, we see this new product as an inexpensive and expeditious solution to assist our customers as they responsibly reopen.”
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The recent patent application covers innovative means to responsibly reopen our casinos. Game availability and selection is a difficult challenge for casinos as they contemplate having to place games out of service on their floor to make the space socially distant. Table Trac’s Dynamic Automated Social Distance changes this by allowing guests to begin play at any game, and the system will dynamically place the surrounding games out of service for other patrons, thus enforcing the distance rules without having their favorite game out of service.
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