Introducing 3 advanced security features
The new family of Gemalto's innovative
Sealys Secure Surface features enhances the security of polycarbonate identity documents by combining different effects: light reflection, movement and tactile effects.
Designed to counter new type of forgeries on existing security features like changeable or multiple laser image (CLI/MLI),
Sealys Secure Surface offers visual and tactile effects that allows fast and efficiency document authenticity checks meaning security and conve nience for legitimate holders.
The next generation CLI/MLI (changeable or multiple laser image), developed by Gemalto, is an easy-to-check visible security feature t rusted by border control authorities where several information (usually 2) such as a portrait, a logo, a symbol, a number can be seen depending on the viewing angle.
With Gemalto enhancements, it is now possible to have complex shapes and combinations of elements inside the CLI/MLI, making it extremely challenging to be copied or reproduced.
Sealys Secure Surface provides brand-new optical elements with light reflective and animation effects, revealed by tilting a document in different angles.
Furthermore, Sealys Secure Surface offers perceptible features for a polycarbonate document, such as surface embossing or braille. Gemalto can provide both positive and negative embossing on the same surface, making the full use of strong tactile effects. When combined with complex designs, they increase the security even further.
Sealys Secure Surface with various enhanced effects can elegantly be combined together and keep you one step ahead in the fight against fraud;
These features+ can be found on the new national ID card and biometric passport of Finland introduced on January 2017.
For more information on how to design a secure ID document in 2017, please visit our web dossier of September 2016.