iDcentrix announced it will showcase the company’s banknote and polycarbonate identification card technology at the CARTES & IDentification 2008 trade show to be held in Paris at the Paris-Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre from November 4 through November 6, 2008.
The company’s use of banknote paper, which can include complex watermarks, a security feature found in most world currencies and passports, is unique in the identification card industry.
iDcentrix’s patented identification card uses this high-security paper and fuses it together with clear polycarbonate. Personal data and most security features are therefore permanently melted in the card, not merely applied on it.
The company will make a presentation at the conference on Thursday, November 6 – addressing the topic of Bringing Currency Technology into the Plastic Card Environment for High Security.