IQ Structures, a research and manufacturing organization focused on nanotechnology engineering, a member of the IQS Group, will be supplying luxury packaging alongside its coin holograms, which is also an investment item. This is made possible by a partnership with Subfossil Oak. The luxury boxes are made from the wood
IQ Structures, a research and manufacturing organisation focused on nanotechnology engineering, a member of the IQS Group, announced that it has received orders for anti-counterfeiting protection for nearly 50 million personal documents for this year. These include polycarbonate passports, ID cards and driver’s licenses. The applied product is IQ proID.
IQ Structures, a research and manufacturing organisation focused on nanotechnology engineering, today announced the appointment of Fabio Tremolada as a new member of the board of directors. Fabio has over 25 years of experience in the field of document, banknote and product security at Hologram Industries, SICPA and SURYS. He
IQ Structures, a research and production organisation focused on nanotechnology engineering, is launching holographic technology for virtual ID cards based on an unforgeable physical document. The new solution overcomes the weakness of leaving holders of the virtual IDs themselves vulnerable to hacking attacks. If there is no physical document and
Nanotechnology engineering beats existing computer generated holography. That’s the main lesson from the Excellence in Holography awards, organised by the industry trade body International Hologram Manufacturers Association (IHMA), where IQ Structures, a research and production organisation, a member of IQS Group, won the main category ‘The Best Origination’. It turns
IQ Structures has introduced holograms that can be authenticated automatically. All it takes is a normal light and a mobile phone app. When checking the security features, it can happen that the supervisor is not completely sure of the authenticity and yet, for various reasons, is not able to verify
IQ Structures has announced that it has been selected as the supplier of anti-counterfeiting protection for the ID card of the Czech Republic (population 10 million). The thorough selection process took several years, involved major global players and the result is definitive. The winning solution is based on IQ proID
The Czech nanotechnology company IQS nano brought its presentation of the latest nano technologies at the World EXPO exhibition in Dubai to a close. Visitors to the exhibition were for example able to admire the smallest model of the largest mosque in the world, painless needles, as well as the
Czech nanotechnology company IQS nano creates smallest 3D printed replica of largest mosque in world: Great Mosque of Mecca. IQS nano, part of the IQS Group company, has created a record-breaking small gold-plated model of Mecca’s Grand Mosque, Al-Mastjid al-Haram Mecca. The size of the 3D micro model is 820 µm x 643
Czechs to shine at EXPO 2020 in Dubai, including a new record entered in the Czech Book of Records. IQS Group to present unique nano elements to combat counterfeiting of securities and banknotes and a miniature of the Great Mosque! IQS Group is a proud partner of EXPO 2020 Dubai.