CoreLam for polycarbonate eDatapages
The adoption of 100% polycarbonate eDatapages, allowing for new security features, is becoming a necessity. Carefully assessing and selecting the right technology can make this transition effort significantly easier.
Choosing a more flexible, thinner and more durable eDatapage to be inserted in highly secure biometric travel documents will speed up the adoption process by citizens and by security sensitive governmental authorities.
CoreLam® polycarbonate technology for eDatapage
Paragon ID's 100% polycarbonate CoreLam® is the thinnest contactless inlay available on the market. Thanks to the unique know-how of Paragon ID's research and development teams, the CoreLam product provides a very high level of security ensuring that the entities in charge of designing and manufacturing biometric passports have the best protection for their citizens.
The CoreLam® ID3 inlay is a multi-layered structure developed specifically for successful integration into an eDatapage. This ultra-thin inlay has many features, including the ability to add additional security layers, as well as increased fraud resistance. Paragon ID's expertise ensures the implementation of new security features, including transparent windows, laser engraved secondary images, a scalable antenna or watermarks. Paragon ID has its own expertise in integrating the hinge function into the CoreLam.
Benefits and features:
- Very thin inlays
- One-piece structure
- Difficult to falsify
- ISO 14443
- ICAO 9303
The know-how acquired in the field of contactless communications for more than 20 years allows Paragon ID to provide dedicated solutions to its customers. Paragon ID designs its own antennas in order to achieve better performances while respecting the different RFID standards. Each CoreLam® includes a user manual, ensuring optimised inlay processes and therefore consistent results.