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Acquisition reinforces Jenoptik presence in India.
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Acquisition reinforces Jenoptik presence in India.

11.06.2014 (Jena) The Group is taking over a 100 percent of a joint venture in Bangalore and is thus consistently pursuing its strategy of increased internationalization and greater proximity to its customers.
Roughness and contour measurement<br />in a single work step
Industrial Metrology

Roughness and contour measurement
in a single work step

06.06.2014 (Villingen-Schwenningen) With the new HOMMEL-ETAMIC surfscan, the Industrial Metrology division at Jenoptik has completed its product line in the area of roughness and contour measurement. The digital measuring system provides two measuring instruments in one: Roughness and contour measurements can thereby be performed in a single measuring run, even on curved and sloped surfaces.
Jenoptik Delivers Flexible Measuring Stations for Roller Bearings
Industrial Metrology

Jenoptik Delivers Flexible Measuring Stations for Roller Bearings

04.06.2014 (Villingen-Schwenningen) Straightness, contours, roughness, taper angle — the measuring tasks applied to roller bearings are varied and complex. The Jenoptik Industrial Metrology division offers a high-precision solution for these tasks: the HOMMEL-ETAMIC nanoscan. One particular manufacturer of high-performance bearing units is now using the machine in a particularly flexible and efficient manner thanks to a unique design that features a 20-degree incline.
Award for New Solar Cell Technology with Jenoptik Laser.
Lasers & Material Processing

Award for New Solar Cell Technology with Jenoptik Laser.

02.06.2014 (Jena) The Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, ISE, has been honored with the Innovation Award Laser Technology 2014. The laser used in this technology was provided by the Jenoptik Lasers & Material Processing division.
Jenoptik Laser Technology to Combat Sea Parasites.
Lasers & Material Processing

Jenoptik Laser Technology to Combat Sea Parasites.

26.05.2014 (Jena) A rather unusual application: Jenoptik’s Lasers & Material Processing division is supplying the Norwegian company Stingray Marine Solutions AS with lasers to combat parasites that attack farmed salmon.
Jenoptik wins major traffic safety order in Singapore.
JENOPTIK AG, Traffic Solutions

Jenoptik wins major traffic safety order in Singapore.

19.05.2014 (Jena/Singapur) Jenoptik’s Traffic Solutions division will fit 240 locations in the Southeast Asian city-state with latest traffic enforcement systems.
Jenoptik with New Products at LASYS.
Lasers & Material Processing

Jenoptik with New Products at LASYS.

14.05.2014 (Jena) From June 24-26, Jenoptik’s Lasers & Material Processing division is to present the latest product developments for industrial laser-based material processing at the LASYS trade fair in Stuttgart.
Jenoptik starts into 2014 according to plan.
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Jenoptik starts into 2014 according to plan.

13.05.2014 (Jena) The Jenoptik Group completed a good first quarter 2014, as expected. The order situation, in particular, showed a clearly positive development.
Additional order and acquisition help expand Jenoptiks business activities in the Netherlands.
JENOPTIK AG, Traffic Solutions

Additional order and acquisition help expand Jenoptik‘s business activities in the Netherlands.

12.05.2014 (Jena) The Jenoptik Traffic Solutions division has taken over Robot Nederland B.V. The presence in the Netherlands has also enabled Jenoptik to receive a new order for stationary traffic monitoring.
CFO Rüdiger Andreas Günther will not extend his contract beyond March 2015.
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CFO Rüdiger Andreas Günther will not extend his contract beyond March 2015.

30.04.2014 (Jena) Rüdiger Andreas Günther, Chief Financial Officer of JENOPTIK AG, will not be seeking another term on the Executive Board after the expiry of his contract at the end of March 2015. The JENOPTIK AG Supervisory Board has noted his decision with great regret.