Keesing Journal 42



  • The human factor

General interest:

      • Optiks™: past, present and future
      • How experimental work can lead to different opportunities

Practical experience:

      • Meeting the Olympic challenge
      • Managing border security and accreditation for the London 2012 Olympics


      • New application makes life easier
      • Withdrawing cash at ATMs with Germany’s new ID card


      • Documented thoughts by Julian Ashbourn

General interest:

      • Fighting crime in Africa
      • Workshop creates awareness of identity management’s importance

Product news:

      • SPARK®
      • Innovative optical technology for document sophistication and identity protection. Hype or trend?
      • Current limitations and possible future of automated border control gates

Practical experience:

      • Seeing eye to eye on iris recognition Part II

Future events

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