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Reliable companion on the road

Österreichischer Führerschein Vorderseite schraegPaper documents, which can easily be damaged or counterfeited, are outdated. As a modern high-security manufacturer, the Austrian State Printing House (OSD) produces driver's licenses in a convenient card format made of robust and high-quality polycarbonate material, protecting the holder’s personal identity and entitlements.

Modern security features can be mixed and matched such as security colour effects, tactile elements with microtext, holographic images, and high-quality UV printing, which provide extensive protection against forgery. Personalisation takes place under strict precautions in the high-security area of the Austrian State Printing House or we equip our customer’s issuance center with laser engravers and the software to personalise the cards on the spot. With this technology personal identity is secured even in the (auto)motive world.

Continuous improvements for driver's licence

For about 20 years card-sized driver's licenses have been issued in Austria. The card-sized driver's license meets all European Union requirements at all times, as it is continuously updated to meet the latest specifications. Additional, Austrian security features, such as the security colour effect, surface structure with microtext, and the holographic image, provide additional protection against counterfeiting. Using laser-engraving technology, the driver's license blanks are personalised under the highest security measures.

However, we do not only serve Austria, our international clients value our responsiveness to their special applications and issuance requirements. We thus jointly with our customers develop designs and specify security features and match the driver's licenses with the suitable personalisation hardware and software.

Contact us for more information

Contact Mrs. Claudia Schwendimann, CEO of OeSD International GmbH directly via WhatsApp, Signal or Phone +43 664 1722481 or write an e-mail.