From 1998 – The MicroPOISE™ security hologram applicator

  • Designed & developed for three years leading up to product launch in 1998

  • Sprocket feed attachment for the banking sector launched in 1999 to protect cheques against alteration

  • Fully automated Government land registry tax collection system designed and built around MicroPOISE™ MK1 hologram application system with database integration in 1999

  • Bespoke semi-automatic feeder of ID cards launched for protecting Airport & Seaport ID cards in 2005

  • A4 sheet feeding unit launched in 2006 to meet demand from Government agencies across Europe

  • SENTRY control system launched on the MicroPOISE™ MK1 machine for greater control of machine use

  • PC Interface software launched to control all machine settings and feeding systems from a personal computer

  • Automatic plastic card feeding system launched in 2007 to meet an ever-growing plastic card market.

  • Two further high speed A4 sheet feeding systems added to meet demand from Security Printers and Universities

  • MicroPOISE™ MK2 launched with a number of control system improvements

  • A ’modular’ hand feeding template solution is launched for use in Government departments across GCC countries

  • Designed and built the first MicroPOISE™ auto sheet feed units with two stamping heads, barcode reading and image inspection system. Incorporates database control system

  • Two headed MicroPOISE™ MK2 auto sheet fed system production engineered for University certificate production

  • MicroPOISE™ MK3 product design & launch for high security government applications

  • MicroPOISE™ continuous Roll to Roll label system launched

  • A new make ready system (counter impression) launched for applicators of Visa and Mastercard high security holograms

  • Successful installations of MicroPOISE MK3 in the GCC for Government offices – supported by a bespoke secure audit control software package


Applying security features to documents and plastic cards since 1998

  • 2600 systems installed

  • 105 countries

  • Designed and built in the United Kingdom