21 April 2010 High security optical tags for automotive/avionics parts anticounterfeiting
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Horus technologies develops novel optical tags based on planar digital micro-optics. These tags are calculated by computer, fabricated as masters via optical microlithography and replicated in mass by plastic embossing. Such tags are composed of several different levels of anti-counterfeating features, ranging from traditional holographic patterns, to OVIDs, to micro-holograms, to machine readable digital holograms storing holographic 1D and 2D bar codes. These tags have a double aim: anti-counterfeating of automotive/avionic parts and providing the engineer using an appropriate tag reader with all the technical information referring to these parts.
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Enrick Boisdur, Enrick Boisdur, Denis Gesbert, Denis Gesbert, Bernard Kress, Bernard Kress, "High security optical tags for automotive/avionics parts anticounterfeiting", Proc. SPIE 7675, Photonics in the Transportation Industry: Auto to Aerospace III, 76750P (21 April 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.851987; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.851987

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