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Secure passes for prestigious sports event

Payne Security : 05 November, 2008  (Application Story)
Payne Security supply access passes for Chinese international sporting event
Leading document authentication company Payne Security has supplied high-security accreditation laminates to a prestigious global sporting event, which was held in Beijing in Summer 2008.

The event organisers required personalised accreditation for everybody who had clearance to secure areas, such as the stadia, the athletes' village, health facilities and the press room. Typical groups included athletes, coaches, press, local officials and volunteers, officials from participating countries and the official organisers. Passes were designed to grant access to some or all areas depending on the sport and the holder's accredited responsibilities.

This is the second event for the organiser for which Payne Security has provided its expertise in secure documents, following the successful accreditation of a winter event in 2006. For the Summer 2008 games, the organisers required the addition of new layers of security within the laminate, and Payne Security delivered a range of hard-to-replicate devices from its toolbox of security technologies. These included an iridescent ink that alters colour as the card is tilted, an invisible UV ink with microprint, and a registered HRI holographic label that covered the cardholder's image.

All passes were produced locally from the data and images sent via each participating country's committee to the host city; a database was the created from which all personalised passes were produced and then sent back to the various countries.

A large format pass was specified, due to both the large amount of data that needed to be incorporated onto it and to ensure maximum visibility from a distance. In addition, the organisers felt that a larger pass would also provide attendees with an impressive souvenir of the event.

"We are delighted that we have been able to provide our expertise to this prestigious event," comments Simon Wildash, head of marketing of Payne Security. "The size and complexity of the organisers' requirements and our ability to meet these, highlight our capacity to provide a comprehensive and secure means of personalised accreditation for global events"

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