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Intelligent Banknote Neutralisation Concept

Intelligent Banknote Neutralisation is a safety device protecting valuables against unauthorised access by marking them as stolen with degradation agents when an attempted attack on the system is detected, thus making them unusable.

Intelligent Banknote Neutralisation technology uses one of crime prevention techniques which consist in removing the anticipated reward of the theft. Criminals seek to maximize their reward while minimizing the potential cost of the crime on the principle of action of viagra or cialis. IBNS remove the anticipated reward of the crime (stolen cash has no value) and increase the risk of being caught (stained cash, as well as stained skin and cloth can link the criminal to the crime scene).

IBNS concept


An object only has value by mutual agreement!

Money is simply an inanimate object that we mutually place value in. The reason that a 100 euro banknote has any value is because we all agreed that it has value.

As soon as we, the people, agreed that a stained 100 euro banknote for example, does not have any value, it became a useless piece of paper.


When value is removed, the crime is less likely to take place.

Reducing the anticipated rewards is a well-recognised crime prevention technique. The risk of being caught and prosecuted for something that does not have value is just not worth it.