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Bilcare develops technology for ID cards

BS Reporter  |  Mumbai/ Pune 

Provides protected id-cards to Delhi Police

Pune based Bilcare Technology, a division of Bilcare will now cater the identification and duty planning to The company has developed 'nonClonableID' based identity cards for These cards are highly protected, compact and cannot be duplicated by anybody, including the manufacturers. Authentication of these cards can be done at any place, using Bilcare’s portable electronic reader, company said in a statement.

Speaking about providing this to the Delhi Police, Dr. Praful Naik, Chief Scientific Officer, Bilcare said, "This nanotechnology based system is a revolutionary development in security systems. Our aim is to provide absolute, comprehensive and fool proof anti-counterfeiting solutions. . Bilcare’s has provided an impregnable security mechanism. This can be authenticated using Bilcare’s system. " The comprises of a nonClonableID fingerprint that can be seamlessly integrated into any supply chain system, providing totally secure and real identification and authentication. It also provides a reliable means for effective track-n-trace and e-pedigree of products across the supply chain - from manufacturer to consumer. The 77,000 will also wear these identifications powered by this Previously had been using laminated paper based identity cards which were very prone to duplicity and security breaches. To counteract this Delhi Police has zeroed in on Bilcare’s nonClonable Identity Cards for the entire

According to Bilcare, some of the security forces and agencies and leading companies in pharmaceutical, fashion and liquor industry have expressed their desire to adopt this Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D) officials have opined that this would be very useful for real-time authentication and field reporting.

First Published: Tue, November 30 2010. 00:19 IST