Costa Rica govt selects OT tech for national ID cards

Sunday 15 November 2015 | 09:56 CET | News
Oberthur Technologies (OT) has announced that its Lasink service has been selected by Costa Rica, through a multi-year contract to provide highly secure national ID cards. In order to support the Costa Rican government in the modernization of their identity documents, OT will implement a system including card manufacturing and identification. In addition, a complete integrated and centralized infrastructure will be built to personalize the secured national ID cards.

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Categories: General
Companies: Oberthur Technologies
Countries: Costa Rica
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