KINEGRAM RFID solutions

Following over 30 years of experience using the KINEGRAM optical  technology to protect government documents and banknotes in more than 100 countries, OVD Kinegram has introduced a revolution in RFID inlays for biometric travel  documents and national IDs. The innovation is based on a novel additive copper process which raises the standard in terms of productivity, durability and security.

The KINEGRAM RFID antenna technology is a “metal-on-demand” process involving the selective deposition and formation of continuous copper layers on both sides of a wide variety of different foil substrates, including polycarbonate and polyester materials.

OVD Kinegram, a member of the KURZ Group, has a proven reputation as a reliable, high-quality supplier of security products to government agencies and their designated systems integrators. The Group’s financial stability, adequate production capacity and technological competence enable OVD Kinegram to provide its customers in the government segment with best-in-class products and services. The conformance of the RFID products with relevant ICAO and ISO specifications has been verified by independent laboratories.

  • Environment-friendly manufacturing process
  • Antenna designs with highest load modulation
  • Compatible with all document materials, including 100% polycarbonate
  • Durable metallurgical chip bonding process
  • Maximized security against tampering and skimming

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Integrating physical and digital security at our borders

In discussions on policies related to border security and management, this article communicates two important messages: Firstly, concomitant with progress in the use of biometrics at border crossings, it is imperative that we maintain stringent requirements for travel documents with good physical security; and secondly, there are significant benefits to be derived from integrating the physical security features with the emerging digital verification processes.

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Bank of Israel releases designs of new banknotes

The Bank of Israel has published in a press release today the design of the new 20 and 100 Shekel banknotes. KURZ is honored to contribute a highly secure KINEGRAM VOLUME foil stripe for both denominations.

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New Australian $5 banknote is "Regional Banknote of the Year"

The new Australian $5 Banknote has been awarded "Regional Banknote of the Year" at this year's High Security Printing Asia Conference in Singapore on 6th December.

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Baku, Azerbaijan
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