Konica Minolta

Innovative Solutions That Improve Life

Konica Minolta has been successfully operating in the Adriatic region for years, and its innovative solutions and business areas attract a large number of clients in various verticals, from healthcare and education to transport and industry

With internally developed technical solutions, direct communication with users and partners in the field, quality education and our own network of integrators and distributors, the whole of Serbia and the Belgrade office will remain an inevitable factor in introducing users in the region to global technological trends.

With over 40,000 employees in more than 150 countries, Konica Minolta has been producing innovation and transformation for 150 years to facilitate business and create an ideal working environment. Both globally and locally, Konica Minolta demonstrates its superiority day by day in all branches of industry and in all fields of business that include IT services, the digital office, professional printing, measuring instruments, and especially in the field of video surveillance.


This technological giant in the field of video surveillance offers a robust system based on MOBOTIX cameras that provide advanced cyber-security and surveillance functions for every company. The cameras are used for mobile surveillance, protection of public areas, prevention of vandalism and theft, and are characterised by reliable coverage and image quality. They are used in the manufacturing sector, retail, education, healthcare, logistics, tourism, industry and other branches of industry.

Although Konica Minolta cameras are the best on the market, today’s customers expect more, from simple face recognition, through temperature reading and item counting, to motion detection. Konica Minolta achieves this thanks to software solutions that are often custom made, tailored to the customer. No solution is “off the shelf ”, because the customer is always approached individually so that each of them receives a complete service fully adapted to individual needs.

What else sets Konica Minolta apart are its experts, both globally and locally. Each of them is an expert in their field and that is why Konica Minolta, with its entire portfolio, offers all-in-one solutions, which almost no-one else can offer.


Listening to market demands, with the help of KMLE (Konica Minolta Laboratories Europe), the company develops its own video analytical solutions for defect detection, shape recognition and recognition of security-sensitive situations, and detection of the use of PPE – Personal Protective Equipment. Video analytics of this kind enable users in various industries to improve processes and control security challenges in real time. Ubiquitous AI solutions are the backbone of Konica Minolta’s business today, which rely on its own hardware, MOBOTIX cameras.

In the coming period, the company will focus on solutions related to video analytics, not only for hardware, but for solutions that can cover many verticals, and the backbone will be MOBOTIX and the solutions it develops itself. Konica Minolta is recognised first of all as a printing provider, one of the leaders in the world market of printing solutions. Digital transformation is a direction in which they have been moving for a long time, but now even more actively. They definitely see themselves as a leading integrator leader in professional printing, IT, ICT, video surveillance and security markets.

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