The special sealing technology for our vignette systems prevents vignettes which have already been issued from being forged or being assigned to new vehicles. In the event of a manipulation attempt by removing the vignettes, either the security colours that have been typographically introduced will be destroyed or the entire base material is shredded.
The majority of windscreen labels are vehicle-related. We can also supply person-related vignettes. These are ideal for a variable vehicle fleet – the vignettes stick to the windscreen without falling off using patented Witte safemark® technology. They can also be quickly removed without leaving residue if necessary, meaning that they can be used again in the next vehicle.
For digitalisation reasons, it is vital to have important information available in digital form at all times. Our vignettes/windscreen labels provide this option by means of RFID technology on the basis of electromagnetic waves. Access protocols are written which document everything and make the information traceable. Handwritten notice blocks are no longer needed, which removes a source of errors. Checking can be carried out more quickly because manual entries are no longer required.
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Colourless, fluorescent colours stand out due to the absorption of ultra-violet light and the change in emission in the visible spectrum. These are made visible using a UV lamp.
You identify certain substances as “thermochromic” that change colour when heated or cooled.
This process is reversible, i.e. after cooling/warming, you get your original colour again.
The security features cannot be activated in a reproduction/copy.
Microtext consists of minute letters or numbers that are barely readable with the naked eye and produces compound motives or lines. The microtext is read with a thread counter.
2D barcode / Quick Response Code (QR code)
In a QR code, data is stored on two dimensions. The amount of information to be stored can be increased multiple times in contrast to consecutive barcodes. This code can be read with the Smartphone and a QR code scanner application. The data matrix code, another type of coding, is also suitable for certain applications such as serialisation. The QR code can serve as a basis for serialisation.
Both code types are readable with standard applications, in order to receive the serial number in plain text or for forwarding it to a website. To access database content, such as a real-time authenticity test, special applications are required.
Every label/seal is uniquely identified due to the consecutive numbering. Every label is therefore unique, and can be tracked using the number.
RFID – Radio Frequency Identification
RFID makes automatic identification and localisation of objects possible and therefore makes it much easier to detect and store data.
An RFID system consists of a transponder, an antenna and a reading device.
Every transponder is unique, and a variety of data can be stored in comparison to barcodes.
This feature is readable without contact, and also takes place from a certain distance.
NFC - Near Field Communication
The term is often used in connection with Smartphones and mobile payments. Well-known discounters are already introducing these payment methods.
This is possible because NFC is integrated in the majority of new Smartphones. This is a radio standard similar to Bluetooth, but the data transfer rate is slower. However, it is a good alternative for exchanging smaller quantities of data such as a calendar entry or an address book contact.
The special thing about NFC is that transmission is only possible if there the devices are a few centimetres apart.
This is an advantage with regard to the product and protection of the brand, since a person must be in close proximity in order to read out and copy personal information. This makes this procedure significantly more secure than Bluetooth, for example.
Where is it used? Many solutions have already been realised, e.g. cashless payment and in the event area as a “digital ticket”.
Visually variable colours show different colour effects depending on the viewing angle and/or lighting conditions. This change is reversible, i.e. it is not permanent. The colour change can be determined beforehand.
The application of film/foil elements produces non-reproducible surface marking. They are typographically manufactured patterns that are incorporated into the security label in the form of plastic film or metal foil. Images or movement sequences are simulated by changing the viewing angle, which can be of a two or three dimensional nature. This ensures that products can be verified as authentic by the end customer without additional aids.
In addition to the security aspect, the hologram also provides a recognition feature. This provides the opportunity to stand out in comparison to the competition and have a positive influence on your own corporate identity.
Printed image destruction
Part of the printed image is separated when the label is removed. Reuse is therefore not possible, and manipulation is visible immediately. Here we also talk about so-called VOID or separating effects.