Comanche Nation Entertainment has implemented eConnect’s eClear system across its five casino properties located in Oklahoma, as the company intensifies its efforts to ensure the health of team members and visitors.
Asserting that “checking for elevated temperatures is critical as it can help mitigate the spread of the virus,” eClear is lightweight and compact, and can be installed at guest or team member entrances and fixed permanently if desired.
In addition to the basics of preventing disease spread by automatically testing temperatures, the facial matching feature provides a real-time aggregate count of all entries and exits, while at the same time recognising and alerting important clients.
In addition, the device will also warn the team that prohibited customers are arriving even though they wear face masks.
Chris Swanger, eConnect regional vice president of sales explained: “We have been working with thermogenic sensors for five years and when COVID-19 hit, we were ready to help our business partners with a solution.
“We have adopted the best practices and standards being set forth throughout businesses across the country, and we are happy to help Comanche Nation casinos deploy the safest and most effective solution to reopen their properties and keep them open long-term.
“We feel so fortunate to have a customer like them. The team at Comanche Nation Casinos is such a pleasure to work with and their genuine hospitality sets a great example for the gaming community.”
The Comanche Nation Entertainment roster of gaming facilities, namely Comanche Nation Casino in Lawton, Comanche Red River Hotel Casino and Comanche Nation Travel Plaza in Devol, Comanche Spur Casino in Elgin and Comanche Star Casino in Walters, has been installed eClear.
Mia Tahdooahnippah, CEO of Comanche Nation Entertainment added: “Our mission is to make Comanche Nation casinos safe places for our guests, team members, and tribal members.
“Our management team ultimately decided to use eConnect’s eClear thermal temperature scanner, which scans the temperatures of guests in a quick, contactless process, when they enter the casino.
“This helps ensure the safety of our guests and team members, and allows people to scan themselves in accordance with social distancing guidelines set forth by the CDC.”