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Regula Chronicles: New Zealand passport, 2016

This August #RegulaChronicles is traveling to New Zealand to explore their latest biometric passport issued in 2016.

The first distinguishable feature of this passport can be spotted from afar as the cover of the document displays a silver fern-tree, which is endemic to New Zealand and has been recognized as the country’s symbol since the 1880s. The fern-tree species’ theme is carried through the whole document, with its images appearing on various occasions on the inner pages (in white, UV, IR lights, and IR luminescence).

The plastic data page includes two laser engraved holder’s photos. The bottom right corner of the primary holder’s photo conceals a hidden hologram saying, “New Zealand Passport.” A secondary image appears within the clear window on both sides of the data page. In UV light, the holder’s secondary photo interchanges with the fern-tree ornament and kiwi bird, the national icon of New Zealand. 

Besides, a very rare watermark is portrayed all over the data page. It is also known as a “pseudo watermark” and is applied to an inner layer of a multilayer plastic card.

Finally, blind embossing of the country’s acronym (NZL) and its contours are implemented to the back cover. 

The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/

#regulaforensics #NZ #NewZealand #traveling #biometrics #passport #ferntree #ultraviolet #infrared #datapage #watermark #multilayer #NZL #regula #kiwi #bird #country #icon #blindembossing #cover
Regula Chronicles: New Zealand passport, 2016 This August #RegulaChronicles is traveling to New Zealand to explore their latest biometric passport issued in 2016. The first distinguishable feature of this passport can be spotted from afar as the cover of the document displays a silver fern-tree, which is endemic to New Zealand and has been recognized as the country’s symbol since the 1880s. The fern-tree species’ theme is carried through the whole document, with its images appearing on various occasions on the inner pages (in white, UV, IR lights, and IR luminescence). The plastic data page includes two laser engraved holder’s photos. The bottom right corner of the primary holder’s photo conceals a hidden hologram saying, “New Zealand Passport.” A secondary image appears within the clear window on both sides of the data page. In UV light, the holder’s secondary photo interchanges with the fern-tree ornament and kiwi bird, the national icon of New Zealand. Besides, a very rare watermark is portrayed all over the data page. It is also known as a “pseudo watermark” and is applied to an inner layer of a multilayer plastic card. Finally, blind embossing of the country’s acronym (NZL) and its contours are implemented to the back cover. The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #regulaforensics #NZ #NewZealand #traveling #biometrics #passport #ferntree #ultraviolet #infrared #datapage #watermark #multilayer #NZL #regula #kiwi #bird #country #icon #blindembossing #cover
Regula Chronicles: South African passport, 2009

Last weekend (July 18th) international #NelsonMandelaDay was celebrated. This day is a non-official call to action to celebrate the idea of every individual’s power to transform the world for the better. And here at Regula every day we strive to change the world and make it more secure. That’s why for this July edition of #RegulaChronicles we’ve chosen to look into South African (SA) passport (2009) aka #GreenMamba. 🙂

The #document includes a polycarbonate data page with two holder’s photos and personal data being laser engraved. The primary photo conceals an IPI with the holder’s data, that may be decoded via a special lens or with the use of specialized software like Regula Forensic Studio (RFS). The secondary holder’s photo is performed in microtext, containing personal data. Beside the primary photograph, there’s a beautiful #hologram that embodies the country’s name abbreviation with the image of protea, the SA national flower in the background. One more protea can be spotted in the form of the OVI in the right top corner of the data page.

Speaking of the inner pages, we’d like to mention that they contain numerous images of the South African teacher, activist, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and president-general of the African National Congress Albert Lutuli. The watermark of his portrait becomes visible under transmitted light. Furthermore, his multiple holographic nano-portraits also appear on the randomly embedded metallic microparticles OVDot which can be seen only under substantial magnification.

The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/
 
#regulaforensics #regula #SouthAfricanPassport #SouthAfrica #SA #passport #polycarbonate #datapage #ultraviolet #infrared
Regula Chronicles: South African passport, 2009 Last weekend (July 18th) international #NelsonMandelaDay was celebrated. This day is a non-official call to action to celebrate the idea of every individual’s power to transform the world for the better. And here at Regula every day we strive to change the world and make it more secure. That’s why for this July edition of #RegulaChronicles we’ve chosen to look into South African (SA) passport (2009) aka #GreenMamba. 🙂 The #document includes a polycarbonate data page with two holder’s photos and personal data being laser engraved. The primary photo conceals an IPI with the holder’s data, that may be decoded via a special lens or with the use of specialized software like Regula Forensic Studio (RFS). The secondary holder’s photo is performed in microtext, containing personal data. Beside the primary photograph, there’s a beautiful #hologram that embodies the country’s name abbreviation with the image of protea, the SA national flower in the background. One more protea can be spotted in the form of the OVI in the right top corner of the data page. Speaking of the inner pages, we’d like to mention that they contain numerous images of the South African teacher, activist, Nobel Peace Prize winner, and president-general of the African National Congress Albert Lutuli. The watermark of his portrait becomes visible under transmitted light. Furthermore, his multiple holographic nano-portraits also appear on the randomly embedded metallic microparticles OVDot which can be seen only under substantial magnification. The passport images were taken from our information reference system «Secure Documents Ultimate»: https://regulaforensics.com/en/products/information_reference_systems_software/SDU/ #regulaforensics #regula #SouthAfricanPassport #SouthAfrica #SA #passport #polycarbonate #datapage #ultraviolet #infrared

Die Einsatzbereiche von Regula Dokumentenprüfgeräten sind äußerst vielfältig: Sie reichen von der Passkontrolle an den Grenzen bis hin zur Altersüberprüfung am Kiosk. Aber auch zur Echtheitsprüfung von Geldscheinen, Ausweisdokumenten oder in der Magnetooptik bieten wir Ihnen passende Lösungen. Gute Dokumentenfälschungen sind keine Seltenheit mehr. Ob für den polizeilichen Einsatz, oder für Altersüberprüfungen in Supermärkten, an Kiosks oder in Diskotheken und Clubs, bieten wir Ihnen eine breite Auswahl an stationären, sowie mobilen Geräten zur Ausweisüberprüfung.

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