Viaderna BV, NL
Erna Leenaars

Tel. +31 (412) 630 766
erna[ @ ]

Specialist in digital printing techniques.
As independent entrepreneur from 2008 on special trainings were developed and held for document specialists in non-destructive analysis of digital printed products.
Training is enrolled and participants were/are from:

  • Military Police, National Police, Border agencies,
  • Frontex (European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union)
  • Olaf (Office de Lutte Anti-Fraude)
  • Bank of England, Bank of Mexico, NFI (National Forensic Institute, NL)

Further activities are:

  • Author of the book ‘Digitale Druktechnieken’ (ISBN 9042529512) (Digital printing techniques)
  • Development of training in Digital Printing techniques for graphic environment in production printing and wide format printing.
  • Colour management training and implementation.
  • Workflow training, advise and implementation in automate digital printing production processes.
  • Assessor ‘digital printing’ for EVP (experience profiling) EVC (qualified experience certification) projects
  • Board member of GSOB (graphic study group, established in 1924) - Workgroup member BNK (Branch organization Dutch color experts)

Epyxs GmbH, DE
Dipl.-Ing. Slavtcho Bonev

Tel: +49 (621) 462-7447
s.bonev[ @ ]

Developments on the analysis of printing techniques, paper textures and the interaction between printing process and paper substrate (which causes different alterations of the specific printed pattern at scanning), profound and interdisciplinary knowledge of the different physical effects and image processing techniques as well as many years of experience with scanning devices and measurement concept design:

  • digital image processing, information-coded images (ICI), rapid prototyping
  • high-security printing techniques, counterfeit analysis, paper-and-print analysis, optical meas-urement systems design (scanning devices)
  • automatic authentication of documents/products based on printed or laser-engraved matrix codes, standardization of methods for authentication

Zale Johnson

Tel: +44  (1388) 744065
Zale.Johnson1[ @ ]

Home Office, UK:
The Home Office leads on immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime policy and counter-terrorism and works to ensure visible, responsive and accountable policing in the UK. Home Office is a ministe-rial department, supported by 28 agencies and public bodies. Home Office Science brings together the department’s scientists, researchers and analysts and has a vital role in underpinning the Home Office’s work, both policy and operations, with the best science and technology available.

Centre for Applied Science and Technology

The Centre for Applied Science and Technology (CAST) is the primary science and technology inter-face between Home Office ministers and policy makers, frontline delivery partners, and the suppliers of science and technology. Understanding the policy and operational context of Home Office business allows it to operate where others cannot for reasons of impartiality, national security or market failure. The CAST is made up of scientists and engineers who develop technological solutions to fight crime. It supports the full range of Home Office interests in policing and tackling crime, counter-terrorism, border security and controlling immigration.
CAST’s advice and activities focuses on a range of Home Office areas including: contraband detection, crime investigation, crime prevention and community safety, identity assurance, protective security, public order, surveillance

Dr. Jan Schloen

Tel: +49 (721) 9553976
schloen[ @ ]

The expertise and main activities are the design and implementation as well as administration and operation of innovative, custom-made solutions in the field of internet/intranet based database and e-commerce applications.
These comprise: secure browser based applications (b2b, b2c), content management systems (CMS), portal systems, software solutions for web based auctions, convention planning systems, track&trace solutions.
Dr. Jan Schloen is a former research assistants of the University of Karlsruhe (now KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and currently a member of the Workgroup DIN NA 043-01-31 AA (Automatic Identification and Data Capture Techniques).

Data protection
This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement
No 760218