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Last €10.85 EUR
Change Today -0.013 / -0.12%
Volume 248.4K
As of 3:35 PM 04/30/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

jenoptik ag (JEN) Snapshot

Open
€10.90
Previous Close
€10.86
Day High
€11.03
Day Low
€10.75
52 Week High
06/10/14 - €13.66
52 Week Low
10/16/14 - €8.00
Market Cap
621.0M
Average Volume 10 Days
242.1K
EPS TTM
€0.67
Shares Outstanding
57.2M
EX-Date
06/4/15
P/E TM
16.2x
Dividend
€0.20
Dividend Yield
1.84%
Current Stock Chart for JENOPTIK AG (JEN)

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jenoptik ag (JEN) Details

JENOPTIK Aktiengesellschaft operates as a integrated photonics company in Germany and internationally. Its Lasers & Material Processing division offers semiconductor materials, diode lasers, solid-state and fiber lasers, laser machines, and exhausts cleaning systems, as well as integrates these components or systems into laser machines for laser material processing. The company's Optical Systems division provides polymer optics, conventional optics, micro optics, optoelectronic systems, and digital imaging products; and develops and produces integrated optical modules and systems. Its Industrial Metrology division operates as a manufacturer and system provider of high-precision, tactile, and nontactile production metrology. This division offers solutions for a range of measurement tasks, such as testing surfaces, form, and determining dimensional tolerances; and consulting, training, and services, including long-term maintenance contracts. The company's Traffic Solutions division develops, produces, and sells traffic solutions for speed enforcement, red light enforcement, section speed control, and traffic violation processing; and number plate recognition systems, as well as provides traffic services. This division also provides service, support, and training for traffic enforcement; and fact book traffic solutions, as well as publishes professional traffic industry magazines for traffic enforcement. Its Defense & Civil Systems division offers energy systems, optical sensor systems, stabilization systems, aviation subsystems, and radomes and composites for aerospace, security, defense, and transportation industries. The company was founded in 1846 and is headquartered in Jena, Germany.

3,553 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/25/15
Founded in 1846

jenoptik ag (JEN) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman of Scientific Advisory Council, Chai...
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

jenoptik ag (JEN) Key Developments

Jenoptik AG Proposes Amendment to the Articles of Association

Jenoptik AG proposed to approve the cancellation of the existing authorized capital and the creation of a new authorized capital and the amendment to the Articles of Association at the AGM to be held on June 3, 2015.

Jenoptik announces Laser Machine Solution for Precise 3D Metal Processing at CIMT

Jenoptik announced Jena - the robot-based laser machine (Beam in Motion) which provides industrial manufacturers with a highly flexible, fast and cost-effective solution for 3D processing of metals. The heart of the JENOPTIK-VOTAN ® BIM laser cutting system is a laser robot arm in which the laser beam delivery is fully integrated. The laser beam is coupled in through the robot foot avoiding that the transport fiber has to be moved within the working area. This approach minimizes not only the costs of maintenance but as well the costs for fiber replacement and the system footprint in general. The small laser cutting head that weighs only five kilograms can easily access even the narrowest areas. This is the only way to achieve the high path accuracy and the very high level of system dynamics, necessary for 3D processing. Moreover, the axis movements of the Jenoptik laser arm are up to 60% faster than the current standards, thus allowing for a significantly shorter cycle time compared to other robot systems. One key objective in the continuous further development of the JENOPTIK-VOTAN ® BIM is to increase the production capacity while minimizing the size of the machine at the same time. The other aim is to simplify its integration into production lines or combined processing units, such as cutting systems. The JENOPTIK-VOTAN ® BIM components, consisting of the robot, the laser, the switch cabinet and a turntable that supports maneuverable sequences and continuous cutting have a modular structure so that they can be arranged flexibly within the given plant environment to suit the processing task. The JENOPTIK-VOTAN ® BIM laser machine is primarily used in the automotive industry to cut highly complex 3D car body parts and structural parts as well as hydroformed tubes. In addition, manufacturers can benefit greatly from the dynamic capability of the machine which facilitates the laser-based cutting of contours and functional holes in so-called white goods, tanks and containers.

Jenoptik to Support Germany's Section Speed Control Pilot Project

Jenoptik announced support for the Germany-wide section speed control pilot project. Starting March 2015, Jenoptik technology will be installed and tested initially in Lower Saxony. Jenoptik's Traffic Solutions division has won the tender for the Germany-wide section speed control pilot project. In this 18-month pilot project under the patronage of the state of Lower Saxony, an average speed control system will be tested initially in Lower Saxony. Jenoptik will supply a system from its TraffiSection product range for the project in order to monitor the speed limit on a section of highway just under three kilometers in length on Federal Highway 6 south of Hanover. The system will be installed until the end of March 2015. The test phase will start in April 2015. Approval for Germany is to be obtained from the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt in the course of this year which will allow the system to go into full operation, probably in autumn of 2015.

 

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Price/Earnings 15.0x
Price/Sales 1.0x
Price/Book 1.5x
Price/Cash Flow 13.8x
TEV/Sales 0.6x
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