Gemalto's True Vision is a design and security element for polycarbonate documents.
Engineered in Switzerland by Trüb, now part of Gemalto, True Vision implements images invisible under normal daylight that turn into brilliant true-color images with excellent color reproduction in under 365 nm UV exposure. The high resolution images comprise UV fluorescent inks with advanced color separation and half tone printing.
Customer specific true-color UV images can be integrated into the document design such as the night sky line of a city, here Kuala Lumpur on the Malaysian passport for example.
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Do you think True Vision can help you design a more secure document?
At Gemalto, we believe in taking a comprehensive approach to security. That's why we strive to provide secure, durable and innovative solutions.
We also offer extensive experience and support, enabling our customers to meet their expectations for distinctive documents that are as secure as they are attractive.
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