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WHAT IS VISAGE®: The goal of VISAGE® Secure is to strengthen the security marks on any given document, while facilitating visual identification of the document bearer by providing standardised replication of the holders colour or monochrome photo through embedded complex variable textual data and proprietary UV invisible marks that enables security handlers to quickly and reliably identify the legitimate document bearer.

VISAGE® INPUT: All standard image formats: JPG, GIF, PNG, TIFF and RAW. Resolutions: 72-300 dpi.


VISAGE® OUTPUT: Printable UV-watermarked 72, 150 and 300 dpi high resolution images, including archivable PDF or EPS formats, in addition to searchable Unicode, making the generated image available for database indexing, as well as encoding for cross-referencing with RFID-enabled identification systems.

API: Code-string and function-calls accessible, web-based interface and custom standalone applications.

APPLICATIONS: Passports, Entry Visas, Merchant Mariner Documents and Other Travel Documents, Certificates of Citizenship and Naturalisation, Identification Cards, Resident Cards, Social Security, ID Badges and Military Authentication, Driver Licenses, Medical Records and Birth Certificates, Civil and Family Records, Stock Certificates, Insurance Documents, Official Events and Security Passes, Memberships, Schools or University Certificates and Records, Marriage Certificates, Product Packaging Security, Hologram Generation, and many other applications.

NOTE: Visage® technology trials not available on this website to demonstrate the technology's usefulness, since critical and major security features will only be generated for queries made by officially registered and authenticated users.

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[ pronounced "vizij" ]

A person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of the features • A person's facial expression • Figurative: The surface of an object presented to view. ORIGIN Middle English : via Old French from Latin visus ‘sight,’ from videre ‘to see.’

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