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Keesing Journal 40

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General interest: Looking back and ahead A biometric anniversary Innovation: Spotting the differences The revision of the EUR 5 Cases analysed: Disruptive technologies in personal identification ...

Keesing Journal 41

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Editorial: Full circle Innovation: Current aspects in machine authentication of security documents Part 1: Do we need optical document security? General interest: Innovation drives hologram document...

Keesing Journal 42

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Editorial: The human factor General interest: Optiks™: past, present and future How experimental work can lead to different opportunities Practical experience: Meeting...

Hype or trend?

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Sector organisation IATA predicts flight movements will grow by 30% by the end of 2016 (an increase of 800 million travellers). All these travellers...

Meeting the Olympic challenge

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In the summer of 2012, London hosted the biggest sporting event in the world: the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Many commentators agree that the...

Optiks™: past, present and future

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In this article, Malcolm Knight discusses the history, technology and status of the banknote feature termed Optiks™. The journey has not been straightforward and...

Fighting crime in Africa

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The organisation and management of a country’s identity infrastructure requires the continuous attention of the government. The changes in types of fraud and the...

Part 2: Seeing eye to eye on iris recognition

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Ravi Das After the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the use of biometrics increased dramatically as a means of positively verifying and/or identifying an individual....

SPARK®

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This article focuses on the innovative optical technology SPARK®, designed for front-line authentication required for level one protection. The cutting-edge technology - encompassing patented...

New application makes life easier

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As all around the world people are becoming increasingly mobile, new demands are being placed on their technological environment. Modern nomads want to make...