Keesing Journal 43



      • Telling the future – Douwe Brongers


      • Current aspects in machine authentication of security documents 
        Part 2: Untapped potential and the need for improvement

Cases analysed:

      • The Estonian ID card
        12 years of steady development has resulted in an advanced e-government environment

General interest:

      • Mobile identification
        A new era in identification?


      • Documented thoughts by Julian Ashbourn


      • Avoiding amorphousness
        The ins and outs of intelligent security design

Cases analysed:

      • Changes in border control
        Self-service passport control at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

Practical experience:

      • Personalisation of ID documents 
        Using QSDC to optimise laser engraving

General interest:

      • Gesture biometrics 
        Is there such a thing?

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