Munich, January 19, 2021 – Louisenthal won the award by the International Hologram Manufacturers Association IHMA in the category “Best Applied Security Product” for its new security feature Micromirror LEAD Stripe which features prominently on its new specimen notes series.
November 19, 2020 –The interior heating of e-vehicles requires energy and thus reduces the range of e-vehicles. With the help of a new type of system, the engineering experts at IAV together with film specialist Louisenthal aim to cut the overall energy requirement for interior heating by up to 20 percent. (only available in German)
November 18, 2020 –Louisenthal won the Award for the Best New Environmental Sustainability Project by the International Association of Currency Affairs (IACA). The IACA is one of the largest associations in the currency industry and has been presenting annual industry awards since 2007.
November 10, 2020 – Berlin, Gmund am Tegernsee. The passenger compartment heating of electric vehicles requires additional energy and sometimes significantly reduces their cruising range. In a joint project, engineering specialist IAV and Louisenthal, technology leader in the production of security foils and papers for banknotes, have developed an energy-efficient heating concept that requires considerably less energy while increasing comfort for drivers and passengers. This increases cruising range by up to six percent
March 11, 2020 – New banknotes of Armenia have been recognised for their outstanding design and security technical excellence with international awards. The awards formed part of the High Security Printing EMEA Conference, which was organised by Reconnaissance International and held recently in Lisbon, Portugal. These recognise the highest levels of achievement in three categories: Best New Series, Best New Banknote, and Best New Commemorative Banknote.
March 27, 2019 – The Bulgarian 100 Levs note won the award for the Best Regional Banknote at the High Security Printing EMEA in Malta. The award recognizes “outstanding achievements in the design, technical sophistication and security of a banknote or banknote series”. The banknote won the award for its “brilliant, beautiful and dynamic security features which correspond perfectly with each other and encourage the public to authenticate the note at first sight.” The paper-embedded security features – the thread, the foil and the watermark – were supplied by Louisenthal.
February 21, 2018 – At the 2018 High Security Printing (HSP) Conference in Warsaw, the Armenian 500 dram collector’s note, which features Noah’s Ark as its main motif, was selected as Regional Banknote of the Year for the EMEA region (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa). With this collector’s note, the oldest Christian country on Earth commemorates the ship in which, according to the Old Testament, Noah’s family and all the animals were saved from a biblical flood, before coming ashore on Mount Ararat.
December 20, 2018 – At the High Security Printing Asia in Hanoi, the new 1000 Thai Baht banknote from the 2018 Thai banknote series 17 was awarded the Regional Banknote of the Year Award Asia and the new Hong Kong Series from 2018 the Best New Series Award. Both currencies are equipped with security features by Louisenthal, one of the main criteria for the awards. The awards recognise “outstanding achievements in the design, technical sophistication and security of a banknote or banknote series”. The 1000 Thai Baht banknote was selected for its “outstanding and attractive Level 1 security features which encourage the public to authenticate the note at first sight.”
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