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Card printer for Illinois driving licenses

Datacard Group : 16 May, 2008  (Application Story)
L-1 Identity Solutions will use the SP75 Plus card printer for the Illinois state driving license programme
Datacard Group has announced that L-1 Identity Solutions has selected the Datacard SP75 Plus card printer for use in the Illinois, statewide driving license programs. L-1 chose the SP75 Plus printer because of its reliability, ease-of-use, throughput and speed, form factor and security features.

"Datacard Group has clear and focused attention on the US driving license market," said Fred Ketcho, regional vice president of Americas sales and service for Datacard Group. "We've delivered a card personalising solution that is not only extremely easy to install and operate, but meets many of the security requirements defined by the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)." Ketcho further said that, "Federal mandates are influencing new security requirements for driving licenses and IDs, and the Datacard product map is well positioned to meet these requirements."

The Datacard SP75 Plus card printer is a high quality, lightweight, dye-sublimation printer that provides in-line, dual sided printing and laminating. Enhanced performance and improved card quality comes from Datacard Certified Supplies featuring Intelligent Supplies Technology, which includes ribbons and laminates that contain radio frequency identification (RFID) technology.
This flexible RFID technology used by the printer (but not contained in the produced cards) works with many laminates including the Datacard DuraGard Optigram laminates, which offer state governments unique security features that meet Level One, Two and Three inspection requirements, help provide tamper evidence and assist in the detection of fraudulent documents.

In addition to delivering a card personalising system, Datacard had the flexibility to meet customer service and support requirements, including helping state officials implement "train the trainer" strategies for maintenance, help desk and operator training.
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