forgery-proof

Translations

forgery-proof

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Our identity solutions deliver forgery-proof and trusted documents under maximum security conditions, enabling Morpho to satisfy the confidence placed in us.
This will be available to customers alongside other forgery-proof tickets featuring security paper, which consists of a hidden red layer that is only revealed when the ticket is torn.
DERMALOG is easily able to carry out these verifications because the company also supplies forgery-proof high-security documents with integrated biometric data itself including electronic ID cards and e-passports.
Mundy's team -- funded initially by grants -- have designed an electronic system for payments by text message, plus what they say are forgery-proof notes.
Our findings - weeks after forgery-proof badges were brought in - shocked campaigners angry at Glasgow City Council and the police's failure to tackle the fraud.
The ministry further said that the new national ID card would be forgery-proof, using various biometric authentication methods, including laser-printed names and iris recognition.
But many managers, bouncers and bar staff fail to recognise the picture passes - which carry the holder's date of birth and forgery-proof hologram - and demand to see a driving licence or passport instead.
Some specific areas explored include texture analysis for vehicle tracking in traffic monitoring systems, modes of fluctuation in aluminum futures prices, the application of barcode forgery-proof technology, error analysis and improvement design of an auto-digital phasometer, and multicast services of digital television.
It also includes forgery-proof smart cards for up to 25 employees.
New technology such as holograms could help make the marks more forgery-proof, according to an action paper put before the FSA board yesterday.
The scandal centres around money the Kenyan government paid for services supposedly including forgery-proof passports, navy ships, and forensic laboratories.
FORMER MI5 head Dame Stella Rimington (right) believes identity cards would be useless in the fight against terrorism unless they were forgery-proof.