Genting Singapore Limited and Canon Inc have announced the signing of a basic agreement to form a partnership relating to “cutting-edge technologies, products and solutions” for a world-class IR.
The agreement includes the implementation of Canon’s intelligent surveillance, security and video solutions to be utilized on the gaming floor and at other attractions at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS).
Aside from boosting security and surveillance, the technology will also allow fo the production of new content related to attractions at RWS, such as experience-based entertainment and imagery for social media.
Genting Singapore recently launched a US$3.3 billion expansion of RWS and is actively bidding to win one of three licenses to develop an integrated resort in Japan. News of its latest Canon collaboration was widely distributed to Japanese media, including IAG Japan.
“For the 10 years since we started RWS, Canon has been one of Genting’s top office equipment suppliers,” said Nanami Kasasaki, Chief Corporate Officer of Genting Singapore.
“We are very pleased that this two-way partnership will deepen our cooperation in the future. We look forward to working with Canon to take on the world’s best and most innovative, next-generation IR development.”
Noriko Gunji, Canon Executive Officer and President of Canon Singapore Pte. Ltd, added, “I’m very pleased that this collaboration with Genting can be extended to surveillance and security business with intelligent functions. Our state-of-the-art camera equipment and intelligent solutions are certified to comply with Singapore’s stringent regulatory requirements and are very appropriate for installation and use at RWS.
“The collaboration with Genting also includes the implementation of Canon’s video solution technology to RWS’ front line entertainment facilities. We are confident that Canon’s projection mapping and content solutions will provide a unique experience for guests throughout the entire resort.”
Genting and Canon will introduce the new monitoring and security related solutions this year.