Keesing Journal 48

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Editorial:

      • Influx management

Practical experience:

      • Official and diplomatic travel documents
        Managing the official and diplomatic travel document lifecycle often problematic

General interest:

      • Emergency travel documents
        Emerging guidelines to prevent counterfeits
      • The weakest link
        Towards a minimum security standard for European breeder documents

Innovation:

 

      • Plasmonic metamaterials
        A new paradigm for optical security
      • Hand geometry recognition
        The past, present and future

General interest:

      • Near-infrared active personalisation
        Digital invisible ink solution for polycarbonate documents

Cases analysed:

      • Designing identity documents
        Part 2: The science of durability

Design:

      • Beyond line artwork
        Complex halftone patterns in security documents

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