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Optaglio integrates competing hologram technologies – laser and electron beam

By | June 19, 2018

LOCHOVICE (June 19, 2018)  – Optaglio has introduced its first holograms created with a combination of technologies, applied separately so far. Combination of technologies should prevent counterfeiters from easy identification what measures were used for hologram creation.  It is a part of long-term Optaglio effort to keep holograms the most secure anti-counterfeit technology available.  “It is no revolution.… Read More »

Optaglio integrates behavior science in anti-counterfeit protection research

By | May 15, 2018

LOCHOVICE (May 15, 2018)  – Optaglio founded a psychological laboratory focused on behavioural aspects of authentication processes and documents inspection. The laboratory is mostly staffed with graduated psychologists and equipped with appliances such as eye cameras and environment simulators (lighting, noise). The projects should result in the understanding of abilities of different groups of people to identify features… Read More »

Microholograms now survive almost anything

By | February 5, 2018

LOCHOVICE (February 5, 2018) – Optaglio, the global leader in high-resolution security holograms, has introduced extremely resistant microholograms. This new forensic measure allows law enforcement experts to identify genuineness of documents destroyed by water, fire, acids etc. At the same time, it retains all existing benefits of microholograms, such as covering three levels of inspection (visible, hidden, forensic)… Read More »

Portrait microholograms from Optaglio

By | November 15, 2017

LOCHOVICE (November 15, 2017) – Optaglio, the global leader in high-resolution security holograms, today announced the introduction of microscopic particles (from 30 micrometers) that include an engraved portrait and full hologram with all visual effects. This innovation makes inspection easier and enhances user interest in protection elements which results in further growth in document security.   “Document security… Read More »

Optaglio focus on protecting chips in e-passports and similar documents

By | November 1, 2017

LOCHOVICE (November 1, 2017) – Optaglio, the global leader in high-resolution security holograms, today announced a new solution focused on protecting chips in e-passports against removal and replacement. It is expected that high proportion of counterfeiting attacks will target chips with biometric data in foreseeable future.  Personal and biometric data stored in a chip inside a document is… Read More »

Cost effective strategy for polycarbonate card protection

By | October 18, 2017

LOCHOVICE (October 18, 2017) – „The strongest possible document protection is not the most expensive one“ is the name of Optaglio´s recently published white paper. Focusing on strategies for anti-counterfeit protection of polycarbonate documents, it states that many manufacturers spend enormous resources without actually improving protection. Importance of well-considered strategy is emphasised in the white paper.  The paper… Read More »

OPTAGLIO Opens Its New Research Center for Forensic Protection

By | May 17, 2017

OPTAGLIO today announced the establishment of a research center focused on forensic aspects of anti-counterfeit protection technologies for different types of documents. This center will work as a separate unit closely connected to OPTAGLIO Labs.   Lochovice, Czech Republic, May 17, 2017 –  The new unit equipped with a broad range of technical accessories will be able to simulate… Read More »

Optaglio – Interest in “Document´s Fingerprint” is Growing

By | March 6, 2017

OPTAGLIO today announced several new negotiated contracts on its new product, OPTAGLIO OVImage which fully protects against counterfeiting and also enables to identify a particular document. The document can be identified even if it has been tampered.  Security holograms are generally accepted as the strongest available anti-counterfeit protection measure. Imitation of advanced security holograms is impossible or close… Read More »