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CARTES 2012 Exhibitor Profiles

CARTES 2012, the world's leading event in smart technologies for security, payment, identification and mobility, takes place from 6 to 8 November at the Parc des Expositions de Paris-Nord Villepinte in Paris, France.

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Listed below are CARTES 2012 exhibitor profiles.

Company:       ACT Canada
Booth: 4H055
Web: www.actcda.com
We are the internationally-recognized authority, trusted knowledge resource and catalyst for change in payments and secure identity, serving stakeholders from around the world for over 23 years. Learn more about how ACT Canada can help you build your business, promote your interests, grow the market and navigate the industry through our Strategic Leadership Teams. Visit our website at www.actcda.com or contact Eileen Cassidy at 1 905 426 6360 x122 or [email protected] for more information.
 
 
Company: Cardtek Group
Booth: 4M010
Web: www.cardtek.com
Cardtek Group is a payment systems solutions provider company, with 6 group companies, each having a different field of expertise. SmartSoft, the first company of the Group provides software solutions for banking, finance, retail and telecommunication companies. Credowork is founded to provide hardware solutions for the sector and Cordisnetwork is a processing company. Another field of expertise, innovative mobile payment solutions, is covered by Phaymobile. In 2011, Cardtek Academy was founded to provide EMV training and consultancy, due to SmartSoft's being the first accredited EMV training provider in Turkey by MasterCard. Altogether, the Group companies provide complete payment solutions from card payment systems to chip card technologies, from city banking solutions to fraud management systems, from mobile payment solutions to consultancy services to their clients.
 
 
Company: CreditCall Ltd.
Booth: 4 J 088 & 4 H 078
Web: www.level2kernel.com & www.cardeasemobile.com
CreditCall has been at the forefront of technology innovation in global payments since 1997. Today, it provides chip based EMV Level 1 and EMV Level 2 Kernel software, card payment solutions for unattended terminals and the world’s first mobile payment app which, in conjunction with a mobile card reader, enables the acceptance of Chip and PIN card payments on Android, BlackBerry and Apple smartphones and tablets. CreditCall's U.S. headquarters in New York City and corporate headquarters in Bristol, United Kingdom, are supported by a rapidly growing sales, marketing, technical and customer support team.
 
 
Company: Cross-Core™ Technology, Inc.
Booth: 3D 097
Web: www.cross-core.us
Cross-Core™ Technology is a customer-driven engineering company whose core focus is the research and development of world class products for the gift, membership and loyalty card manufacturing industry.
 
Our newest innovation in card system design, the Crossover Series, provides the foundation for our design approach and manufacturing philosophy. Featuring the most advanced production platform in the card industry, and with the capability to produce 30,000 cards per hour, the Crossover system provides cutting edge features and benefits throughout the entire production platform, all engineered to meet the latest market demands for precision, reliability, and ease of use.
 
 
Company: Cryptomathic
Booth: 4 L 044
Web: www.cryptomathic.com
Cryptomathic is one of the world's leading providers of server-based security solutions to businesses across a wide range of industry sectors, including finance, digital rights management, government, mobile, and cloud. With more than 25 years’ experience, Cryptomathic has assisted customers by providing systems for e-banking, PKI initiatives, managed cryptography, ePassport, card issuing, and advanced key management through best-of-breed security software and services. Cryptomathic prides itself on its strong technical expertise and unique market knowledge. Together with its established network of partners, Cryptomathic assists companies around the world with building security from requirement specification to implementation and delivery.
 
 
Company: Datacard Group
Booth: 3E 073
Web: www.datacard.com
Datacard Group collaborates with customers to create highly secure financial card programs and government ID initiatives, as well as secure ID programs for education, corporate security and many other markets. We bring unmatched experience and expertise to every engagement, including industry best practices and a deep understanding of complex operational issues. Our portfolio supports high-volume and instant card issuance, secure credential issuance and management, passport production, delivery, fulfillment and packaging. We combine hardware, software and supplies using an integrated approach that increases security, enhances quality and reduces total cost of ownership. We also provide expert service and support.
 
 
Company: Data Systems Company, Inc.
Booth: 3C073
Web: www.datasystemscompany.com
Data Systems Company® provides a full range of plastic card personalization consumables specifically engineered to optimize the performance of all OEM equipment to a worldwide client base. Product offerings include resin and dye sublimation thermal printer ribbons, tipping foils, clear and holographic overlays, scratchoff products, cleaning tapes and associated supplies, adhesive and thermal card affixing stickers, indent ribbons, as well as equipment spare parts and consumables. A parallel point of sale product line includes credit card imprinters, paper sales drafts, inked print rollers, terminal cleaning products, and a broad color palette of blank plastic cards.
 
 
Company: De La Rue
Booth: 4K 081
Web: www.delarue.com
De La Rue is the world's largest integrated commercial banknote printer and is a trusted partner of governments, central banks, issuing authorities and commercial organisations around the world. In the past 5 years alone, the Group has been involved in the design or production of over 150 national currencies and wide range of security documents including passports, driving licences, authentication labels and tax stamps. In addition, the Group manufactures sophisticated, high speed cash sorting and inspection equipment.
 
 
Company: DigitalPersona, Inc.
Booth: 4L097
Web: www.digitalpersona.com
DigitalPersona is a leader in strong authentication and access management solutions that use fingerprint biometrics to create digital identities. Our solutions help enterprises, government agencies and application developers to efficiently address growing security, compliance and fraud-prevention demands.
 
DigitalPersona has a strong and proven track record for supplying fingerprint biometric solutions used in critical voting, micro payment, entitlement and other large-scale identification programs. Our PIV-certified fingerprint readers are designed with high-volume manufacturing as a key requirement while still providing industry leading accuracy and maintaining the highest levels of reliability. Our biometrically-enabled enterprise software simplifies compliance and cuts IT costs.
 
 
Company: Dynamics Inc
Booth: 3 C 109
Web: www.DynamicsInc.com
Dynamics Inc., founded in 2007 by Jeff Mullen, designs and manufactures intelligent battery-powered payment devices and advanced payment platforms. The company won the $1M People's Choice Award at DEMO Fall 2010, four Finovate Best of Show awards, and Best in Show for Personal Electronics at the 2011 International CES show. Dynamics investors include Adams Capital Management and Bain Capital Ventures. For more information, visit www.dynamicsinc.com
 
 
Company: Electronic Trade Solutions Ltd (eKrypto)
Booth: 4M077
Web: www.eKrypto.com
Electronic Trade Solutions develops PCI certified mobile & desktop PED hardware / software solutions and provides custom PCI device design consulting services. ETS' eKrypto™ range includes PCI / EMV PIN Pads, PCI SRED Bank Teller Keyboards and Electronic Signature Pads, all available with Fingerprint, ID Card & Contactless Passport / NFC reading options. EMV L2 kernel and J/XFS solutions provided. At Cartes 2012 ETS will be demonstrating the eKrypto™ PINsign, a feature rich PCI PIN Pad with contact / contactless / ID card reading, electronic signature / fingerprint verification and offering multiple services via colour touch screen GUI.
 
 
Company: Fasver, an ITW Company
Booth: 4 H 123
Web: www.fasver.com
Fasver, an ITW Company is a global leader of security printed products in the paper and plastic document market. Delivering unique authentication solutions for more than 25 years, we hold an extensive patent portfolio and produce innovative solutions that further enhance the security of documents. Fasver uses state-of-the-art technologies to produce unique ink technologies and security products to create highly secure images for: passports, national identity cards (ID’s), driver’s licenses, visas, marriage and birth certificates, and critical documents for global governments. Fasver is part of the worldwide ITW Security and Brand Identity Group.
 
 
Company: Futurex
Booth: 3 A 017
Web: http://www.futurex.com
For over 30 years, Futurex has been a globally recognized name in providing a secure, scalable, and versatile Enterprise Security Platform. Over 15,000 customers worldwide have trusted Futurex’s innovative hardware security modules, key management servers, and general-purpose data encryption technology to provide market-leading solutions for the secure encryption, storage, and transmission of sensitive data. Futurex maintains an unyielding commitment to offering advanced, standards-compliant data encryption solutions alongside world class customer service.
 
 
Company: ID TECH
Booth: 4M098
Web: www.idtechproducts.com
ID TECH is a global leader in the Auto ID industry with sales, manufacturing and R&D facilities around the world. The company has become a well-established payment solutions provider with extensive experience in data capturing and encryption products and services. Designing dependable, feature-rich products has made ID TECH a leading supplier of MagStripe readers/writers, mobile payment readers, contactless readers, smart card readers, barcode readers, POS keyboards, signature capture devices, PCI-compliant PIN pads, and other specialty products for OEMs, VARs, resellers, distributors, and key end users. ID TECH provides both standard and custom solutions to support customer requirements.
 
 
Company: Intrinsic-ID B.V.
Booth: 4L116
Web: www.intrinsic-id.com
Intrinsic-ID offers innovative security solutions for secure cloud storage, anti-counterfeiting of systems and devices, protection against piracy and reverse engineering of software and for transactions on mobile devices. Hardware Intrinsic Security™ (HIS) i.e. the extraction of an electronic fingerprint of a chip forms the core unique differentiating feature of all our products.
 
Our solutions are easily implemented on existing devices or integrated into new chips. Currently they are used in smart cards, government applications, mobile devices and telecommunications systems.
 
Intrinsic-ID is a privately held company headquartered in The Netherlands with sales offices in San Jose, Seoul and Tokyo.
 
 
Company: ITW Card Technologies
Booth: 4 H 105
Web: www.itwcardtechnologies.com

ITW Card Technologies offers global card manufacturers and card personalization bureaus a comprehensive single source to obtain world-class card products for identification, transaction and non-secure cards. One source, we offer a competitive portfolio of outstanding products from ITW’s leading card suppliers and offer a wide range of card products including: signature panel, magnetic stripe, HoloLam Plus® (a full face holographic laminate), card mailer adhesive labels, cleaning tape, dye sublimation ribbons, indent foils, thermal transfer ribbons, tipping foils, holograms, laminates and overlays. ITW Card Technologies is part of the worldwide ITW Security and Brand Identity Group.

 
 
Company: ITW Covid Security Group
Booth: 4 H 123
Web: www.itwcovid.com
ITW Covid Security Group Inc. is the world leader in the production of OVD (Optically Variable Device) security lamination for plastic photo identification credentials. We provide a wide range of overt, covert and forensic security products for protecting and securing variable substrates and photographs after the documents are personalized. Applications include, but are not limited to: driver’s licenses, national identity cards (IDs), passports, visas, marriage and birth certificates, check and financial security documents, voter, healthcare, or other social security cards, auto registration documents and access control badges. ITW Covid is part of the worldwide ITW Security and Brand Identity Group.
 
 
Company: Logomotion
Booth: 4 M 017
Web: www.logomotion.eu
Logomotion provides fast, simple and secure contactless payments for the mass market through existing handsets, with the simple insertion of a secure NFC microSD memory card; LGM Card. CARTES participants will see contactless payments with a range of phones, including those where the SD slots are under the battery or a metal cover.
 
For the first time micro payments enabled by LGM Card's patent-pending two secure element architecture will also be demonstrated.
 
Logomotion provides a bank-centric mobile payment solution that enables immediate acceptance on existing POSs, preserves banks’ current payment processes and generates huge new bank revenues.
 
 
Company: LUX-IDent
Booth: 4 L 105
LUX-IDent is the leading RFID transponder manufacturer based in Central Eastern Europe with headquarters and production site in Lanskroun, Czech Republic. Since 2002, we have been producing coil wound RFID transponders in 125 kHz ( LF ), 134,2 kHz ( LF - animal ID ) and 13,56 MHz ( HF ) frequency band. Our products portfolio includes prelaminated inlays, combi prelaminated inlays, transponders, glass tags, ear tag inlays, key fobs, wrist bands, disc tags, white contactless cards and further RFID tags. Chip technologies: NXP, Atmel, Legic, EM, Infineon, Inside Secure.
 
 
Company: On Track Innovations, Ltd.
Booth: 4 M 052
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: NASDAQ: OTIV
Web: www.otiglobal.com
On Track Innovations Ltd. (“OTI”) designs, develops and markets ID-credentialing, payment and loyalty applications based on its extensive patent and IP portfolio. OTI combines standards-compliant and state-of-the-art, contactless microprocessor-based technologies and enabling hardware with proprietary software applications to deliver high performance, end-to-end solutions that are secure, robust and scalable. OTI solutions have been deployed around the world to address homeland security, national ID, medical ID, contactless payment and NFC solutions, loyalty applications, petroleum payment, parking and mass transit ticketing. OTI markets and supports its solutions through a global network of regional offices and alliances.
 
 
Company: OpSec Security Group
Booth: 4N 106
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: OSG.L
Web: www.opsecsecurity.co.uk
OpSec Security is a global provider of anti-counterfeiting technologies, solutions and services.
 
The recent acquisition of JDSU Holographics means OpSec are now a leading supplier to the transaction card security market - protecting the world’s largest card brands.
 
OpSec provide a full range of authentication products to financial, commercial and government customers, including complete ID card systems from solution and software design to final manufacture and supply.
 
Visit our stand (4N 106) to find out more about our expanded holographic security & design offerings.
 
 
Company: PAV Card GmbH
Booth: 4 M 004
Ticker Symbol & Exchange: PAV
Web: www.pav.de
PAV is a well-established company with a rich tradition and employs about 250 staff members. Our long term of experience and high-end technology allows us to offer a wide range of smart cards designed for identification purposes including personalization as well as encoding. Also, PAV provides first sampling of cards and new developments to many countries around the globe. By producing your cards we work closely with the RFID market leaders. All cards and contactless devices are produced in our full-automGerman based production facility, which satisfies all ambitious security requirements (ISO 27001).
 
At all activities we go for a retentive use of the resource to save the environment.
 
Core competencies
 
• Development and production of contactless devices
• German based inlay production
• Data encoding and personalisation of microprocessor
• Innovative products for cards and mailings
 
 
Company: Payments Cards and Mobile
Booth: 4N017
Web: www.paymentscardsandmobile.com
Payments Cards & Mobile has eighteen years experience reporting on card payments, POS Terminals, Issuing and Acquiring plus the cutting edge technology of M-Payments, Contactless Payments, M-POS and M-Commerce. ABC audited circulation.
 
Mobile Payments World is a digital magazine, published 22 times a year, monitoring developments in M- Payments, M- Commerce, NFC and Mobile Money Transfer, Contactless Payments, M-POS globally.
 
Subscribers can access an archive spanning 2002 – 2012.
 
We also offer Research, Consultancy, Marketing and Video services to help evolve your product or business in the payments market.
 
Tel:+44 1263 711800
www.paymentscardsandmobile.com
 
 
Company: Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
Booth: Hall 3, E 54
Web: www.toppan.com
Since its foundation in 1900, Toppan has been providing its worldwide customers with a range of highly secure identity documents and card solutions.
 
More than 15 countries use Toppan's passport personalisation systems with in-house originated and manufactured holographic laminates. A growing number of customers are also choosing Toppan's etched aluminium antenna eCover.
 
Dual Interface is an ever-more important element of National ID, and Toppan's highly robust inductive coupling dual interface technology is soaring in popularity.
 
With group sales of $18 billion and over 48,000 employees, Toppan can offer both stability and unsurpassed access to a wealth of technology.

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