Over 45 years of vision
The electronic imaging market is continuously expanding, and we will remain at its forefront. We will continue in our role as the expert partner with the practical approach.
By improving and expanding electronic imaging, we open up new avenues of opportunity for our customers around the globe.
Here is JAI’s history at a glance:2008: Wins order on Digital Traffic Enforcement System for Transport for London.2008: Launch of C3 Advanced Cameras2007: Launch of C3 Camera Suite
2006: Introduction of new CCD cameras with GigE interface
2006: JAI sells Hawkeye to the Danish company Falck Securitas Sikring A/S.
2005: JAI sells JAI Direct to Data Companiet A/S
2004: JAI acquires 35% share in MicroVision Co. Ltd., Japan
2003: JAI acquires Pulnix America Inc., renamed JAI Pulnix Inc.
2001: JAI doubles factory floorage in Miyazaki facility
2000: Further investment in JAI Corporation, Japan, results in 93.3 % share ownership. JAI sells Provida
1997: Consolidation of JAI A/S to form the two business units JAI Camera Solutions and JAI Systems. Implementation of SAP R/3 IT system
1993: New corporate identity
1991: Acquisition of Proof Digital Systemer (Provida), video-based speed/traffic enforcement system in police cars.
1988: Acquisition of 50% of Protec Japan shares (name changes to JAI Corporation Ltd. In 1998)
1978: JAI UK established
1977: JAI moves to present headquarters – Produktionsvej 1, 2600 Glostrup, Denmark
1973: First ICCD camera. JAI establishes its own R&D department
1966: JAI brings new technology to Denmark with the first imports of Videotape Recorders (VTRs)
1964: The company's breakthrough order is placed – a new communication system for the Greenland Fire Department.
1963: Jørgen Andersen founds Jørgen Andersen Engineering Firm.