Focus on Identification: RFID and Security Labels for Vehicles, Contactless Payment and PIN Mailing
Schreiner PrinTrust is presenting its enhanced product portfolio at TRUSTECH from November 29 to December 1, 2016 in the Palais des Festivals at Cannes. This year, the business unit is focusing on its innovative ((rfid))-Windshield labels for automatic vehicle identification. In addition, on stand Palais 01 F 024, Schreiner PrinTrust will be displaying its NFC-Sticker EMV, which is well established in Austria and the Czech Republic, as well as high-security solutions for PIN mailing that have been tried and tested in over 750 million letters.
New name, new format, new venue: This year, the former “Cartes” explores new paths under the name TRUSTECH. Schreiner PrinTrust has given its stand a facelift for the global event for secure payment and identification and is placing its solutions for vehicles in the forefront of its product portfolio for the 18,000 expected visitors. Security and authentication are critical core functions in the new applications of Schreiner PrinTrust customers – therefore, especially the newly designed ((rfid))-Windshield Label Global Secure serves as a groundbreaking labeling solution for efficient vehicle management. Automated vehicle identification plays a major role regarding infrastructure and in traffic management as well as in security and parking.Another highlight featured by Schreiner PrinTrust at TRUSTECH is its NFC-Sticker EMV, which has been widely accepted for example by savings banks in Czech Republic and Austria. It is the ideal solution for the easy implementation of mobile payment with any cell phone. Depending on their personal preferences, end consumers adhere it to their cell phone, wallet or key fob where it is easily to hand for NFC payment. Last but not least, the high-security labels PIN Safe and PIN Void will be exhibited on stand Palais 01 F 024. These innovative products protect PIN codes against being read illegally. Up to now, they have ensured that only authorized recipients know the PIN of their bank or ID card in over 750 million letters.