QUI 13 DE DEZEMBRO DE 2018 - 17:12hs.
February 6-8, in London

Innovative Technology to showcase new products at ICE 2018

Leading cash handling equipment provider, Innovative Technology Ltd. (ITL), will be exhibiting at ICE Totally Gaming 2018 on 6-8th February at ExCeL in London. The company will have their full cash handling and ticketing product range on display for visitors and industry businessmen at stand N1-430.

The key products that ITL have got lined up to showcase at ICE 2018 are NV200 Spectral and their SMART product range in particular the SMART Coin System.

They will also be unveiling some new next generation products at the show and are looking forward to receiving visitor feedback.

Enrique Jütten, vice president of sales and business development, said: “We are excited to be participating at ICE again this year. It’s undoubtedly the biggest event in the European gaming exhibition calendar. Our presence is key to ensuring we stay at the forefront of the industry, helping to shape our product portfolio and strategy to meet the needs of this highly dynamic and fast changing industry.”

“ICE is an excellent networking opportunity as it brings all the key industry players under one roof and provides us with the perfect platform to bring our product portfolio to both new and existing customers,” Jütten added.

The NV200 Spectral validator will take centre stage on the company’s stand. The unit boasts over 99 per cent first-time acceptance of new and street-grade notes, with a note-to-note processing time of two seconds.

Marcus Tiedt, sales director, said: “Ticket-in, ticket-out (TITO) is one of the current hot topics in the industry and we have seen a definite rise in ticketing enquiries over the last 12 months. Its usage is continuing at a rapid pace due to increased convenience for both operators and customers.”

“We have responded to this and are well positioned to meet these demands with the SMART Ticket, a NV200 banknote validator with printer combined which accepts notes and TITO tickets and can print tickets as well,” Tiedt also commented.

Source: GMB