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Security and authentication firm Schreiner PrinTrust will be showing off its ((rfid))-Windshield Label portfolio at March’s Intertraffic exhibition in Amsterdam. Designed to enable automatic vehicle identification (AVI) for activities such as tolling and parking, they allow contactless recognition via a label-integrated RFID chip. The firm says its ((rfid))-Windshield Label Global Secure has been enhanced with an NXP UCODE DNA City chip which enables encryption of chip contents and data communications using the 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) key. Also on display will be the German company’s ‘third licence plate’ solution which should make identifying stolen vehicles easier. The tamper-proof certificate of registration is in a self-adhesive, credit card-sized label put inside a car’s windscreen and inscribed with vehicle data issued by the registration authority. Optional digital security features include holograms, OVI (optically variable ink), human- and machine-readable serialisation and a void text or void pattern, plus a NXP UCODE DNA RFID chip for encrypted communications.