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Friday, December 01, 2017

Watch: Hong Kong Smart Identity Card Has A New Design


After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to foil any counterfeiting attempts.  According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.  It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light. Sponsored Links  The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.   The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.  Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs. Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters. Source: SCMP  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to prevent any counterfeiting attempts.After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to foil any counterfeiting attempts.  According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.  It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light. Sponsored Links  The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.   The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.  Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs. Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters. Source: SCMP  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.

It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light.
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After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to foil any counterfeiting attempts.  According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.  It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light. Sponsored Links  The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.   The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.  Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs. Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters. Source: SCMP  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.
After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to foil any counterfeiting attempts.  According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.  It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light. Sponsored Links  The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.   The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.  Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs. Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters. Source: SCMP  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.

Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs.
Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters.

Source: SCMP
After 3 long years of waiting the much-anticipated new Hong Kong smart identity card design is finally revealed with additional security features to foil any counterfeiting attempts.  According to the latest Legislative Council papers submitted by the Security Bureau, the new smart ID card is pink, light blue and light green in colour, with a photo of the holder on the left and a small stereo laser image of the portrait on the right.  It has a new transparent window bearing the card number in the top right-hand corner. An image of the Hong Kong skyline will appear at the back of the card under UV light. Sponsored Links  The new  card design bears a hologram with wave and 3D effects and a multiple-pattern background. Other security features intended to make the card hard to fake include rainbow printing, micro-printed text and ink with optically variable properties.   The next-generation smart ID card system is estimated to have cost HK$54.6 million (US$7 million) this financial year, of which 40% went towards system development and another 40% on building card replacement centers.  Hongkongers  generally welcome the changes, both for aesthetic and security purposes. Among the feedbacks received were about the card being "brighter and clearer" compared to the previous designs. Some locals also believe that the card has a better protection now against counterfeiters. Source: SCMP  Advertisement Read More:         ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO
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