Would You Use Exacq Vision In a Casino?

We have a casino customer who is seeking bids for upgrading their camera systems which consist of roughly 200 cameras. I spoke to the casino manager who has received bids for Endura and Exacq Vision. Being a long time exacq fan, I asked if we could put a number to it. I reached out to my exacq rep and asked them and inquired about any known installations of exacq on a gaming floor and to his knowledge it has not been done. I am not afraid to try something new and out of the box, but I would like to know from other integrators or end users have you had success with Exacq in a gaming floor environment, or is there a better solution out there? Cameras will be a mix of hybrid fixed and PTZ's, and new axis fixed / ptz's. Not worried about my camera choices, those are proven, I am not worried about my hardware solution, again those have been calculated out to a safe overkill level. We have demonstrated the Exacq system to the casino, and they seemed to like the interface, but I really want to get some feed back if I am setting my company up for failure or is this a viable solution?

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