Carlos Gómez | Head of R&D and Innovation
FNMT-RCM | Spain

Carlos Gómez, Head of R&D and Innovation, FNMT-RCM

Security Document World - Day 2: Document Design and Integrity
"The impact of fraudulent documents detection on the design of id. and travel documents"

The synergy between the Identity and Travel documents Issuance Authority and the manufacturer must be fluid and constant. Only by sharing learned lessons from the control of documents at the border with the manufacturer can be obtained robust products that make difficult the alteration of id documents to counterfeiters.
Talking about the Spanish State, this is done constantly and that allows that counterfeits of official id documents, and especially the Spanish e-ID, are minimal and easily detectable at the border.
FNMT-RCM as manufacturer of Spanish id documents merges its experience and technology with the experience of the Spanish Police and with the results of its Laboratory in which tests on documents are carried out, to give rise to innovative products that are difficult to imitate.


Biography:
Joined FNMT-RCM in 1997. In his current position, as Head of R&D and Innovation, he is responsible for the development of new security features and new products in the field of security documents. 
Over the last 10 years, Carlos has worked in projects such as the Spanish electronic Passport, Spanish eID card, Visa and Residence Permit, driving licence, as well as in international identification projects, etc.
Carlos is also representing Spain in international working groups such as the Article 6 Commitee, the ICAO NTWG, or the former Brussels Interoperability Group. Carlos has led the Residence Permit experts subgroup which has developed the uniform format for the new European Residence Permit.


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Day 2 @ 11:30

Document Design and Integrity

Join document design experts as they discuss how design can improve security features and importantly what design features can maintain a document's integrity.
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT
last published: 17/Jun/19 13:35 GMT

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