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Jenoptik expands production capacity with the relocation of its Canadian facility

13 Jun 2022

Smart Mobility Solutions division moving to double-sized site near Mississauga, Ontario.

Technology giant Jenoptik, which manufactures smart mobility solutions as part of its broad portfolio, has announced doubling of its presence in the Canadian market with the doubling of its R&D and manufacturing space in Ontario.

The firm’s expansion in Ontario is a result of increasingly high demand for its products and services. “As cities and towns continue to expand and elected officials want to keep their communities safer and route traffic efficiently, we have experienced parallel growth over the past 12 years in the Canadian market delivering our smart mobility solutions,” said Finbarr O’Carroll, President of the Americas in Jenoptik’s Smart Mobility Solutions division.

The new facility, located just 20 km from its previous location in Mississauga, west of Toronto, doubles the current available space, allowing for a larger production area in which will be used for research and development, manufacturing and warehousing. Corporate offices and support services will occupy the accompanying administration space.


Jenoptik’s Smart Mobility Solutions division provides photonics-based, innovative and sustainable solutions, including technology and services for road safety, public Security and Road User Charging. Our customers include local and governmental authorities, police and enforcement agencies, as well as public and private organizations.

As pioneers of sensor-based road safety cameras and automatic number plate recognition (ANPR/ALPR), Traffic Law Enforcement and ANPR technology is at the core of Jenoptik’s product portfolio.

Its solutions cover a wide range of stationary and mobile applications such as vehicle monitoring and classification, average and spot speed, red-light enforcement including additional features, civil security, as well as road user charging and emission control, using video analytics and artificial intelligence.

The company stated, “We support customers with the provision of roadside equipment and software, including integration, installation and maintenance through to full-service operation of our solutions. Our powerful data management solutions turn data into knowledge with automated data processing and real-time analytics.

“We continue to research and develop new and emerging sensors and solutions, with new platforms optimized for emerging sectors such as Connected and Autonomous Vehicles. Our global presence and installation base is supported by a reliable partner network.”

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