Matica Technologies announces its attendance at IDENTITY WEEK – SDW 2021, a leading exhibition for government and secure identity, taking place at the ExCel Centre in London, from 22 to 23 September.
Located at booth 318, Matica will showcase a comprehensive desktop portfolio for government
applications and secure ID card issuance programs. Matica’s secure and trusted identification
portfolio enables governments to identify and authenticate citizens, to secure borders efficiently
and effectively, to protect critical functions, networks and infrastructure and to provide physical and
logical access to information and services.
“We are delighted to showcase the complete series of the MC310 printer platform with its new
inline MC-L2 Lamination Module presented for the very first time at SDW 2021. Designed and
manufactured in Europe, the Matica MC310 Direct-to-Card solution comes with a 4-year warranty.
It offers a superior printing quality and a complete line of encoding, lamination and communication
options. MC310 is one of the most flexible and reliable direct-to-card printer platforms on the
market and includes a wide range of ribbons and security elements.” said Raúl García, EMEA
Marketing Manager at Matica Technologies Group.
Identity Week 2021 attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about Matica’s expertise first-
hand during the event. A 40-minute roundtable and 20-minute presentation will take place at 12:30
(Keynote Theatre) and 16:00 (Theatre 1) on September 23 (Event Day 2) featuring ‘the future of ID
cards in a digital World’ and ‘laser personalisation for tamper-proof identity cards’, respectively.
“It’s great to be back at Identity World back in London this year – it provides us with an opportunity
to demonstrate the progress we have made in product development over the past 24 months as
we continue to innovate our solutions for both the centralized and distributed issuance of secure
IDs. I look forward to catching up with our customers and partners and to see how the secure ID
landscape continues to evolve.” said David Worsdell, Senior Product Manager at Matica