To be able to personalise a document the following personal and biometric data of applicants have to be collected. These data are as follows:
personal data (name, date and place of birth, nationality etc.)
biometric data (photo, fingerprint, signature, iris)
We can procure various types of third-party supplier’s biometric data capturing peripherals, such as cameras, iris scanners, fingerprint readers, signature pads, scanners, etc. We integrate them to a Data Enrolment System, which can manage collected data. The stored data complies with the requirements of ICAO and ISO/IEC standards.
Real-time interfaces to a Document Application Register, AFIS and other systems of national authorities ensure the secured and assigned data usage. To support personalisation processes, all the captured data can be organised and prepared according to the system needs of personalisation.
Paper data pages should be personalised with inkjet technology. For this basically decentralised technology we offer state-of-the-art systems containing printers and special inks.
Full polycarbonate and fused polycarbonate data pages are typical subjects of centralised personalisation with laser engraving technology. A unique security feature is shadow image. This watermark-like feature gives extra security to the document. In Infrared (850-950 nm) light the image of the bird only (without the brunch) shows up as a faint shadow image. In transmitted light the brunch is also visible.