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Image Systems

Market Cap 91.8M

Image Systems was founded 1954 by Carl Petterson under the name Rema Control. In 1964, the company developed a measuring tool that without contact could measure the diameter of a log, which was of great importance to the development of Image Systems. Image Systems develops and sells modern automation systems to sawmills (RemaSawco) and contactless measurement software to the aerospace, defence, paper and car industries (Motion Analysis). In 1999, Image Systems went public under the name Digital Vision and has since acquired three companies, with Image Systems acquired in 2011. Digital Vision were in 2014 sold for SEK 6m because of weak profitability. The sawmill industry has historically been the core business for Image Systems, but lately Motion Analysis has shown stable growth and an impressive gross margin. Image Systems has a history of losses, and in 2012 decided to scale down unprofitable businesses and focus on core areas in which it could deliver shareholder value.

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Day High
2.40
2.35
Day Low
2.35
Day Open
2.40
Prev Close
2.40
VWAP
2.4
Volume
10K
Turnover
0.024M
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Avg Turnover
0.176M
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52 week summary
Price Range
2.0
Last
2.9
Beta
N/A
Market Cap
91.8M
Total Return
6.8%
Trailing P/E
7.7
Div Yield
0.0%
Shares Outstanding
38.2M
Next Earnings Date
3 May
Stock Exchange
NASDAQ Stockholm
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Change 3 Months 13.0%
Change 12 Months 10.9%
Volume Trend
Average Volume 10 vs 60 Days -16.2%
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52 Week High -19.0%
50 Day Moving Average 0.2%
200 Day moving Average 3.2%

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  • Management
  • Johan Friberg, CEO
  • Klas Åström, CFO
  • Executive board
  • Thomas Wernhoff, Chairman of the board
Last updated: 2018-04-12 Source: Redeye
Major Owners Equity Votes
Tibia Konsult AB 32.0%
32.0%
LMK-bolagen & Stiftelse 11.5%
11.5%
Thomas Wernhoff 9.8%
9.8%
Avanza Pension 5.7%
5.7%
Jens Miöen 1.7%
1.7%
Jan Lundström 1.5%
1.5%
Hans Isoz 1.2%
1.2%
Johan Lindh 1.2%
1.2%
Swedbank Försäkring 1.1%
1.1%
Claes Hägglöf 0.8%
0.8%
Last updated: 2018-04-12 Source: Redeye/Holdings
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