On March 30th, representatives from the Indian Gaming industry will converge in San Diego for the National Indian Gaming Association’s (NIGA) Annual Tradeshow and Convention. The four-day event is taking place at the San Diego Convention Center.
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the convention and it is anticipated to be the year’s largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino industry executives in the country. The NIGA Tradeshow and Convention continues to be one of the premier opportunities for those in the gaming industry to learn about the latest products and technologies designed to improve their customers’ experience while at their casino.
One area of increasing concern for tribal leaders and casino industry executives is the indoor air quality (IAQ) and energy efficiency of their facilities. One of the leading technology providers that directly addresses this issue for the gaming industry is UltraViolet Devices, Inc. (UVDI). Representatives from UVDI will be presenting systems that are currently providing casinos with exceptional results, including the V-PAC™ Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO) Air Cleaner. This innovative technology offers an exceptionally effective and proficient air contaminant and odor removal system that combines UV-C, TiO2 and carbon filtration.
“A growing number of casinos have turned to the V-PAC for its proven ability to efficiently provide improved indoor air quality and odor removal while at the same time reducing facility energy consumption, maintenance and operating costs,” said David Heidel, Director, Airside Sales and Marketing, UltraViolet Devices, Inc. “The NIGA Conference is an outstanding opportunity for UVDI to showcase the V-PAC and other innovations in ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI), PCO and molecular filtration to tribal leaders and casino industry executives from across the country.”