Cobblestone v6.0 integrates electronic plaques, cameras, and updates RFID module.
Transient Path has announced the release of version 6.0 of their Cobblestone Casino and Cardroom Management System. The version 6.0 release includes a major new module that brings auto updating of in-table plaques, touchscreen open seat management, and service, chips and floor call automation. Transient Path has also added the integration of cameras with cage modules and updated their industry leading RFID module.
Transient Path has always been driven by their customers needs and as such when customers bring a business problem they listen. Such an issue was brought to us by one of our oldest customers. They wanted to get rid of the printed plaques that were on the table. These printed plaques were difficult to manage, required resources to change as games changed on a table and they needed to be reprinted from time to time when they were broken, lost or were no longer valid. As we discussed the issue we found there were other issues at the table such as dealers yelling requests for service, chips and floor calls, and the ability to alert the podium that there was an open seat (in rooms without RFID tracking).
Transient Path set out to solve these issues, and the Cobblestone Electronic Plaque module was created. The new electronic plaque automates the plaque requirements at the table. When a new table is opened the plaque at the table is automatically updated to show the table number, game, limits, options, buy-ins, and max rake. The floor never has to worry if the correct plaque has been placed on the table. The plaque also includes buttons to increase the number of seats open. This updates the waitlist and can send an SMS message to the next player on the list that their seat is ready. When the player arrives at the table their name will show on the plaque so the dealer can welcome them to the game. If the location is using Cobblestone’s RFID Player Tracking system, the player can place their card on the table and their rating will start immediately.
The dealer can also touch icons on the electronic plaque that will call for service, chips or floor personel. For the service personel, there are tablets at their stations that let them know the tables that are waiting for service. Once service has been provided they can touch the table number on the screen to clear the request. The same can be done for chip runners and for floor calls. The Cobblestone system also provides reports that can let management know how long tables had to wait before being responded to.
Cobblestone v6 includes an upgrade to the RFID Player Tracking system. The new module is 150% faster and supports next generation RFID readers.
One last new module is Cobblestone’s Camera module. It adds the ability to associate photos to cage transactions through the use of the casinos network of cameras. This helps the cage to track unknown players and allows them to better conform to Title 31 rules and regulations.
Transient Path, LLC designs, develops, and supports desktop and point of activity mobile solutions for guest, patron, and employee services. The Cobblestone Casino Management solution, is the first completely mobile, browser based, RFID enabled poker and table game management solution. It is the only system that takes the dealer out of player tracking and allows them to get back to dealing. We “Let the players play and the dealers deal.“
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