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Publication Date: 10/1/2009
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Security Printing Conference
Carrabassett Valley, ME — IMI's 6th Annual Security Printing Conference is being held November 16-18, 2009 at the Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel in Baltimore, Maryland. At this Conference, attendees will learn about the eight technologies applicable to printing secure documents, packaging and products:

Appleton — Encapsulated Authentication Technologies; H.W. Sands — SI®Embedded Security Technology, Polarized Hidden-Image Technology & More; InData Systems — Invisible Barcodes; Methode Electronics — Water-based highly conductive ink jet ink; NTERA — NanoChromics Displays (NCD) Technology; Optodot Corporation — Laser Digital Imageable Media with Dual Vesicular & Infrared Images; Vorbeck Materials — Graphene Inks; Xennia — Ink Jet Chemistries.

In another session, Eastman Kodak, JOEL Global, NAPHSIS and SICPA will educate attendees about the challenges and approaches to designing and implementing effective security printing and brand protection strategies and solutions utilizing multiple technologies and layered solutions.

Learn what the FBI Laboratory and U.S. Secret Service are up against in the battle against counterfeiting as well as new tools from Schenk Vision (WebFeat Automated Paper Inspection System) and Chemimage (Hyperspectral Document Image Analysis Technology) which can be utilized in research, production and forensic efforts. To set the stage for all this, the opening session provides more global views on the Security Printing Market (Buena Vista Resources), Security Printing in Packaging (Heidelberg USA), Securing ID & Financial Transactions (Magellan Consulting), RFID Enabled Security Applications (Elaine A. Bresnick Consulting) and Tools to Define Brand Protection Strategy (Polyonics).

Contact: Information Management Institute, Inc., 1106 Valley Crossing, Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947 207-235-2225 fax: 207-235-2226 E-mail: Web:

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