LaserCard has received the Élan Award at the International Card Manufacturers Association (ICMA) annual conference this past month. This award represents the “Best I.D. Card Design.” LaserCard’s winning entry was its LaserPass Access card produced for Tesla Motors, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of electric cars. The secure access optical memory card is used for building access by Tesla in its corporate headquarters in San Carlos, California, as well as in other facilities.
LaserCard Corporation Received Award for Best I.D. Card Design at ICMA Conference
Mountain View, CA – LaserCard Corporation, a leader in highly secure multi-biometric ID cards, announced that it received the prestigious Élan Award at the ICMA (International Card Manufacturers Association) annual conference and expo that took place in San Diego on October 14 to 17.
The award for “Best I.D. Card Design” was given for, in the words of the organizers: “The most attractive, beautiful or striking card used for I.D. purposes based on aesthetics of printed surface design as well as technical advances to meet security and customer needs.” LaserCard’s entry was also a finalist in ICMA’s “Judges’ Choice” category in which Élan judges select their favorite card from all entries received in all categories.
LaserCard winning entry was its LaserPass Access card produced for Tesla Motors, a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of stylish, high-performance, electric cars. The secure access optical memory card is used for building access by Tesla in its corporate headquarters in San Carlos, California, as well as in other facilities.
“We are very proud to have been selected for the fourth time, by ICMA for its distinctive Élan Award,” said Richard Haddock, CEO of LaserCard Corporation. “This illustrates that we provide our customers with best-of-class, state-of-the-art products.”
LaserCard Corporation manufactures and markets LaserCard® optical memory cards, LaserPASS™ Optical/RFID cards and chip-ready Optical/Smart™ cards, all featuring Optical IDLock™ technology, and other advanced-technology secure identification cards. The Company’s secure ID cards are used in countries around the world, including the United States, Canada, Italy, India and the Middle East for demanding security credentialing requirements such as border security, immigration and national identification. In addition, the Company provides optical card read/write drives, optical card system software, card-related ID subsystems and card issuance enabling services. The Company operates a wholly-owned German subsidiary, Challenge Card Design Plastikkarten GmbH, which manufactures specialty cards, and markets cards, system solutions, and card personalization printers under the CCD and Cards & More brands.