LOTTOMATICA USES HANNSPREE MONITORS
Lottomatica is part of the International Game Technology (IGT) group, which operates globally in more than 100 countries around the world in the field of technologies, products and services for games and betting. Founded in 1990 as a consortium and then as a joint-stock company, Lottomatica introduced innovative ways in the Italian gaming sector. From the management of the lottery game, automating it to become the leading Italian player of the game, through to management and the offer of; instant and different Sweepstakes, Newslot, Videolotteries, sports betting (betting contests and Bet Total and Totals bets with better and Totos brands), interactive games (suah as Bingo, Poker, Casino games) as well as a full range of automated services for businesses and citizens. Lottomatica operates both as an exclusive Concessionaire (instant and traditional lotteries) and as a non-exclusive dealer for games such as sports betting, online gaming and entertainment equipment.
10&Lotto is the game launched in 2009 which can be played in over 40,000 outlets, online or on the go via the mobile App for both Android that iOS.
DIFFICULTIES AND OPERATING CHALLENGES
- Increase the operational effectiveness of handset operators with an adequate and more functional technological infrastructure
- Reduce the size of the terminals placed on the desk stand
- Facilitate public consultation of “10&Lotto” game extras
- Ensure the delivery of quality multimedia and promotional content
- Maintain an aesthetic layout at the homogeneous sales outlet which can be traced back to the group
The first phase of the project, launched in 2014, has been focused on the creation of 15.6” Monitors, a cutting-edge format that is difficult to find on the market and more compatible with notebook displays. The monitors had to offer full compatibility with the PCs to which they would be connected and equipped with; the traditional VGA input as well as HDMI port, speakers, a support base with a wide tilting angle, and external power delivery with separate power supply cable. The monitor bezel have been customized in the corporate colour of the group. After testing the first prototypes, the production of several thousand units was subsequently confirmed.
The next phase of the project, in the course of 2015, saw the realisation of 21.5 “, 32″ and 40” monitors for use as wall mounted multimedia displays earmarked for the lottery. For this provision, the sound performance of the monitors has been optimized, with adjustments on speaker settings and their power adjusted according to PC consumption, and arranged with a modified USB port with 5V to 1A output. All monitors were customized with the “10&Lotto” logo.
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