Barco company presentation

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Barco
Company overview
September 2005
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Barco
• International company, headquartered in Kortrijk,
Belgium, with a global presence in over 90 countries
• Active in professional markets worldwide
• Listed on Euronext Brussels, part of BEL 20 and
Next 150
• Sales in 2004: € 671 mio
• EBITA: € 72 mio
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Worldwide presence
Americas
EMEA
North America
Europe
Asia
USA
Belgium: Kortrijk, Kuurne,
Poperinge, Louvain-laNeuve
Czech Republic
Denmark
France: Toulouse, SaintDenis, Peynier
Germany: Berlin, Bremen,
Düsseldorf, Frankfurt,
Karlsruhe, Köln, Stuttgart,
Mengerskirchen
Italy: Como, Milano
Poland
Russian Federation
Spain: Barcelona, Madrid
Switzerland
The Netherlands
UK: Blackburn, Reading, Great
Yarmouth, Edinburgh
Sweden
China: Beijing, Chengdu,
Chongqing, Guangzhou, Nanhing,
Shanghai, Hong Kong
India: Noida, Mumbai,
Bangalore
Japan: Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya
Malaysia
Singapore
South-Korea
Taiwan
Thailand
Georgia: Kennesaw, Duluth
New Jersey: Atlantic City
North Carolina: Charlotte
Ohio: Xenia
Oregon: Beaverton
Utah: Logan
California: Sacramento
Canada
South America
Brazil
Middle East
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* R&D and/or Manufacturing
Israel
United Arab Emirates
Asiapac
Pacific
Australia: Melbourne, Sydney
Geographical breakdown of sales
2003
Americas
31.9%
EMEA
51.8%
2004
Asia Pacific
16.3%
EMEA
49.9%
Americas
31.4%
Asia Pacific
18.7%
Growth 2003-2004
in local currency
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EMEA
+
3%
AMERICAS
+ 14%
ASIAPAC.
+ 32%
Employees
Marketing
200
Manufacturing
1597
Logistics
335
Total number: 4,327 on 30 June 2005
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Sales
468
Administration
400
Customer Service
471
R&D
856
Strategy: expand in 3 dimensions
Vertical markets
Products
Solutions
Displays
EU
NA
APAC
Geographies
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Image
processing
Content &
applications
Strategy: market-driven & technologyenabled
• Continue to invest in R&D: € 75 mio/year, i.e.
around 12% of sales
• Listen to our customers by strengthening
involvement of key customers in our product
design
• More than 60% of our products did not exist two
years ago
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Mission statement
To excel in creating stakeholder value, by
offering user-friendly imaging solutions to
selected professional markets worldwide.
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Company structure
Barco Media &
Entertainment
BarcoView
23.4%
32.3%
Defense & security
Events
Traffic management
Media
Medical imaging
Digital cinema
Avionics
Barco
Control Rooms
Barco Presentation
& Simulation
16.0%
Traffic & surveillance
15.6%
Textiles
reality
Plastics
Presentation
Broadcasting
3.8%
Barco Manufacturing
Services
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8.9%
Simulation & virtual
Utilities & process
control
BarcoVision
Market overview
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Traffic Management
• Displays, graphics controllers, toolbox software
solutions, archiving & recording systems and
operational & maintenance support software for
real-time air traffic management
• Barco solutions integrated by leading system
integrators in control towers and area control
centers for more than 50 Air Navigation Service
Providers worldwide
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Skyguide, Zurich
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Spata Airport Tower, Athens
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DFS, Bremen
Avionics
• Cockpit displays such as video display units, smart
display units, multi-purpose control display units,
electronic flight instrument systems and electronic
flight bags
• Used to display critical flight data
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Airbus A-380
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Beriev-200
Defense & Security
• Rugged visualization solutions, including flat panel
displays, graphics controllers, consoles and
workstations, recording solutions and rugged
computers
• Used in a variety of defense and security
applications for reconnaissance, surveillance and
intelligence gathering purposes
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E2C-Hawkeye
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E2C-Hawkeye
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Fully Integrated Tactical System, EADS
Medical Imaging
• Barco is a worldwide leader in 3D software and
softcopy display technology for PACS and digital
imaging modalities
– PACS
• Grayscale and color flat panel display systems, digital
lightboxes, QA management software and DICOM-compliant
projection systems
• 3D medical imaging software (acquisition of Voxar Sept. 2004)
– Modalities
• Customized hardware and software solutions to expand the
functionality of modalities, including:
X-ray, CT, MRI, Endoscopy, Ultrasound
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UZA Edegem, Antwerp
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Imelda Hospital Bonheiden, Belgium
Events
• LED, projection and control equipment for rental &
staging industries
• Used at concerts with products gracing the shows of
Madonna, U2, Jennifer Lopez, Paul Mc Cartney,
Eminem and many more
• Used for corporate events such as car shows,
exhibitions, fashion shows, seminars
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U2 – European tour 2005
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Chicago Auto Show
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Armani Fashion Show
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Seoul international motorshow
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Kylie Minogue
Media
• Full color LED display systems and peripheral
equipment used for
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Outdoor advertising
Point of sales communication
Image building at corporate headquarters
Spectacular sites like Times Square, Piccadilly Circus,
Champs-Elysees, …
– Indoor and outdoor sports arenas
– Entertainment at theme parks, casinos, museums, …
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Crown Fountain, Chicago
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Taylor Field Stadium, Canada
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Fashion Show, Las Vegas
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Shanghai F1 track
Digital Cinema
• Digital solutions open a new world of theatrical,
advertizing and business opportunities in cinemas
• Huge potential of ±120,000 theaters worldwide that
need to convert from analog to digital
• Barco has over 200 digital installations worldwide
and enjoys strong relationships with industry
leaders like Dreamworks SKG and Eastman Kodak
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Kinepolis, Belgium
Simulation
• Total simulation solutions, including proprietary
projector and screen technology, mechanical
engineering and maintenance software for
– Flight
– Air traffic control
– Car & Ship
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Changan university, Xian, China
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Gripen multi-role fighter simulator (SAAB)
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ATC Simulator NLR, Rotterdam
Virtual Reality
• Display solutions for immersive visualization
markets
– Oil & gas
• Display systems to visualize seismic data, complex reservoir
models, well logs and geologic cross sections
– Automotive
• Display systems facilitating virtual prototyping design,
engineering and manufacturing of a new automobile, reducing
time-to-market
– Science
• Pharmaceutical & medical modeling
• Scientific research and education
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PSA France
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Schlumberger Oasis iCenter, Abu Dhabi
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Calgary Center for Innovative Technology
Edutainment
• Total projection solutions, from brainstorm to
delivery
• For museums, science centers, aquariums,
planetariums, theme parks & leisure centers
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Planetarium aboard Queen Mary 2
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L’Astronef, Saint-Etienne
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VR theater in the Forbidden City, Beijing
Presentation
• Networked projection solutions for meeting rooms,
from executive boardrooms to large auditoriums
• Enabling collaborative videoconferencing between
remote sites
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Nagoya Shouka University, Japan
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World Economic Forum, Davos
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Prestonwood Baptist Church, Texas
Traffic & Surveillance
• Integrated display wall solutions for traffic
management and surveillance centers
• Real-time, integrated view of data and video
sources for operators in command & control centers
of police, fire brigades and other organizations
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Welsh Assembly, UK
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NCP Manchester
Utilities & Process control
• Barco’s display walls provide operators with all key
information of a facility and/or distribution network
at a glance
• Typically used in electricity, water, oil and gas plants
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Elia, Belgium
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Telekom Ulm, Germany
Broadcasting
• Visualization, image processing & software
integration for broadcast and distribution monitoring
centers
• Barco rear-screen projection walls used
– To manage a wide range of incoming signals
– As a backdrop solution for interactive use in a studio
environment
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EMC Digital Head End, Taiwan
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Dubai TV
Textiles & Plastics
• Sensors & systems for visual inspection and quality
control
– Spinning
– Weaving
– Finishing (dyeing)
• MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems) for the
plastics injection molding, blow molding, extrusion,
packing and assembly industry
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Textilgruppe Hof
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Ideal Floorcoverings, Belgium
Questions & answers
Thank you for your time!
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