05–07 DECEMBER 2016
05–07 DECEMBER 2016
05–07 DECEMBER 2016
Presenting strategies and solutions for printing banknotes, passports and identity documents across Asia, the Middle East and Africa
The conference was an excellent one graced by highly competent personnel in their own fields of specification...Central Bank of Kenya
Delivering Quality Services to All Citizens through National ID Card – Nepal’s National eID Programme
Dinesh Bhattarai Thursday 08 September 10:10
National ID Management Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs (Nepal)
Nepal is rolling out biometric national identity card programme. The new cards will be used to provide citizens with a secure method of identity verification and to help facilitate the effective delivery of government services. The National Identity System is one of the key programmes identified in the eGovernment Masterplan of Nepal and is seen as a first step in creating an ecosystem of trusted identities which promises to transform the lives of citizens. The presentation will be focused on the general principles and scopes of the National Identity System covering the following aspects:
- Citizen’s Identity Database Management
- Service Delivery
- Law Enforcement
Creating Ultimate Security and Convenience for Citizens - Macau SAR Resident Identity Card Programme
Chris Ng Thursday 08 September 11:50
Macau SAR Identification Services Bureau
The Roadmap to Issuing New Banknote Series
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (TBC) Thursday 08 September 11:30
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Philippines)
Australia's New $5: from Concept to Circulation
James Holloway Thursday 08 September 09:30
Reserve Bank of Australia (Australia)
AgilLite: A Novel Security Feature for High Security Documents
Frank Seils Thursday 08 September 16:30
AgilLite® technology is based on an innovative method to create novel diffractive originations distinguishing from all other known DOVID features. It involves one-of-a-kind mastering equipment as well as proprietary materials and software.
The visible information is built on diffractive surface elements sophistically designed to compose an image which, upon illumination, is projected towards the observer. This image appears bright-white and is customizable within a high degree of freedom including numbers, figures, graphical elements etc. (“Symbols”). By tilt or rotation of the device the displayed Symbols reveal continuous, coordinated motion at high agility to the authenticator, additionally exhibiting a distinct 3D-effect. Hence, it combines the mobility and optical depth of lens-based (refractive) security features with the thin diffractive optic of hologram type devices.
Despite its outstanding optical characteristics, manufacture of this new DOVID has been demonstrated to be cost competitive: Starting from its origination master, pilot production has been successfully performed by means of either standard uv casting or hot embossing processes on roll-to-roll equipment. The paper applied AgilLite® foil passed standard PCR tests for banknote application.
A selection of examples based on AgilLite® origination technology will be presented. They are unique, optically attractive, easy to communicate and difficult to counterfeit, making them ideally suited for the protection of high security documents.
Counterfeiting of Australian Passport
Patricia Moss Thursday 08 September 09:20
Australian Passport Office, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Australia)
Make Your Award Nominations
We would like to hear from any organisation that has an outstanding example of excellence in security printing.How to Make Your Nomination
If you would like to nominate a banknote, banknote series, ePassport, ID card or other security document for a regional award, make your nominations now.
The winners will be revealed during the HSP Asia conference.