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Security by Design: Colour & Split Fountains

Joel Zlotnick, Jordan Brough and Troy Eberhardt Line art, microprinting, guilloche patterns, security halftones, transparent register and other features based on printed artwork are common...

DICE – the banknote of the future

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Since time immemorial, cash has determined our social and economic life, with all its related risks and problems, such as enabling crime. Apart from...

The march of the mobile

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The financial services industry is increasingly showing an interest in biometrics. Apple Pay and iTouch have taken biometrics to the mass market, followed by leading...

A giant leap forward

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Nathalie Creste and Claudia Schwendimann In 2015, based on an amended legal basis, the laissez-passer issued by the European Union made a giant leap, from...

Intelligent use of CCTV

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According to the World Health Organization, by 2050 seven out of every ten people will live in a city - an urban population of...

DNB’s authentication app for euro notes

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Today, over 80% of Dutch people own a smartphone. A recent study indicates that people use their phones more than 200 times a day for...

Multibiometrics

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Today’s dramatic advances in biometric technologies open the way to unprecedented opportunities in the field of border control. On-the-fly, non-intrusive systems enable fast, yet...

20 years of commercial holography

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Ian Lancaster, general secretary of the International Hologram Manufacturers Association, is stepping down after more than 20 years of service. Ian gives his insight...