UltraViolet light scanning
Checks are very a common means of payment, but they are not emitted by central Banks, and the degree of compliance with centralized standards varies among different countries. Even if magnetic printing is present and functional, it is a widely accessible technology and, alone, does not grant any acceptable level of protection against fraud.
The approach to protect either the check stock itself and/or the layout's sensitive areas (amount, payee, signature) is very logical: a special ink that reacts to UltraViolet light can be used on the surface as a coating or embedded in the paper fiber. Then, UV cameras can be easily integrated into a check scanner to leverage such ink.
An efficient method to prevent fraud.
Vision X widely used in UV markets.
Addition of UV image with no significant performance loss.