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MOBOTIX AG ahead of time publishes half-year figures showing a strong second quarter:


Here are the key performance indicators at a glance: (October 1 to March 31, 2012):

• Revenue: €40.4 million

• Export ratio: 74%

• EBIT: €9.5 million

• EBIT in % of total output: 23%

• Net income (after tax): €6.7 million

• Earnings per share: €0.51


Winnweiler/Langmeil, Germany, April 26, 2012. MOBOTIX AG (ISIN DE0005218309), a supplier of high-resolution, network-based video security systems, announces the Group’s key figures in accordance with IFRS for the first half of fiscal year 2011/12 (October 1, 2011 to  March 31, 2012) ahead of time.

In the current fiscal year 2011/12 the MOBOTIX Group recorded a strong second quarter with revenue growth of 18% compared to the prior year. Revenue growth for the first half of fiscal year 2011/12 amounted to 11%. With EBIT of €9.5 million (prior year: €8.5 million) the Group achieved an EBIT margin of 23%. Net income after tax grew by 16% to €6.7 million.

Revenue increases were seen primarily in Germany (+17%) and countries outside Europe (+22%), indicating a structural growth problem in certain European markets. Consequently, growth expectations for the fiscal year as a whole need to be adjusted to growth of 15% to 20% and an EBIT margin of around 23%.

In the medium term, MOBOTIX expects continuing strong growth and high profitability in response to the enhancement of its sales and distribution organization outside of Europe and new products in the areas of video surveillance and door communication systems that will be launched to the market in short time. This past week, key product innovations such as the world’s first flexible double-hemispheric camera (S14) were presented to a wide range of industry experts on the Light + Building trade fair in Frankfurt, where they met with a high level of interest.

The Management Board of MOBOTIX AG will present all results relating to the first half of fiscal year 2011/12 in a teleconference on May 15, 2012 at 11.00 am CET

Resumption of share purchases within the current share buyback program
The Management Board of MOBOTIX AG resolved on 4 May 2012 to resume the repurchase of shares within the share buyback program, which had been resolved upon on 15 July 2010 and extended on 5 October 2010, up to a price of EUR 24.

The provisions of the buyback program remain unchanged. The transactions continue to be carried out and announced in compliance with the Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2273/2003. Progress of the share buyback program will be announced on on a regular basis.

In concrete terms, the Management Board determined that the total volume after the share split in the ratio of 1:3, which had been conducted meanwhile, amounts to 150,000 shares. To date 70,047 shares have been repurchased.


About Mobotix AG:
At the forefront of technology, Mobotix AG is a European provider of high-resolution digital, network-based video security systems. The stock-quoted company, since its founding in Germany in 1999, has emerged as the leading pioneer in network camera technology and its decentralized concept has made cost-efficient high-resolution network video systems possible in the first place. Embassies, airports, train stations, ports, gas stations, hotels, highways – hundreds of thousands of Mobotix video systems are in use worldwide today.
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