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ground-controlled approach: see instrument-landing systeminstrument-landing system
(ILS), ground-based radio system designed to provide an airplane pilot with precise guidance for the final approach in landing. The pilot flies his aircraft along a course delineated by the intersection of two radio beams—the localizer beam for
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At Booth #2221, GCA will demonstrate its proprietary marketing and business intelligence tool, Casino Share Intelligence[TM] (CSI), which is a Web-based data analysis platform providing fast, detailed access to "share" trends in a subscriber's market through a secure internet dashboard.
In the latest enhancement, GCA VS added the ability to obtain information on scheduled payments on all structured securities held by the Federal Reserve Bank.
David Anastasi, the GCA CEO, will chair the show's opening day and GCA members Telstra, Orga and G&D are also sponsors of the event.
In March of 2010, GCA will be a part of Pinnacle Gaming's newest facility in St.
Specifically, Intercai and Ovum will work with the GCA to ensure that NIM is able to deliver connection services between smart card applications and the application's home provider.
GCA's expansion in both Canada and Asia represents very positive steps forward, as we continue to evolve our products and intelligence to meet the needs of the industry and our customers," commented Scott Betts, president and CEO of GCA.
Based in Las Vegas, GCA serves approximately 1,100 casinos and other clients in the U.
Based in Las Vegas, GCA serves approximately 1,000 casinos and other clients in the U.
Sanford, "Scott and I had the opportunity to work together prior to our acquiring GCA from First Data Corporation.
GCA, the gaming industry's leading provider of cash access services, supplies approximately 1,000 casinos and other gaming properties worldwide
I am completely outraged by the decision of the Commission to deny licenses to GCA and GNC.
Based in Las Vegas, GCA serves over 1,100 casinos and other clients in the U.