Solutions that shape technological progress

Diagnose & Treat

Researching into Micro- and Nanostructures

See better

Assure Industrial Quality Excellence

Enabling Chip Manufacturers

Photograph & Film

Discover ZEISS

Fascinating insights into the world of optics

Start of the Fifth ZEISS Photography Award

From Inspiration to Application

A meeting of minds between Prof. Kaschke, Prof. Mourou and Prof. Tünnermann

New ZEISS Supreme Prime Radiance Lenses

Rooting for the Protection of our Planet

News & Events

News from the ZEISS Group

10 February 2020

Successful start to fiscal year 2019/20 for Carl Zeiss Meditec with profitable growth

Press Release

Standort Jena / Location Jena

Carl Zeiss Meditec generated revenue of €369.7m in the first three months of fiscal year 2019/20, which corresponds to an increase of 14.2% (adjusted for currency effects: +12.7%) compared with the prior-year period (prior year: €323.6m). Both strategic business units achieved significant increases in revenue. Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose as a result of the increase in revenue, to €56.8m (prior year: €48.1m). The EBIT margin increased further, to 15.4% (prior year: 14.9%).

11 December 2019

ZEISS SmartLife: New Eyeglass Lens Portfolio Fit for a Connected and On-The-Move Lifestyle

Press Release

These days, we spend a lot of time on-the-move: we take our smartphones along with us, quickly and frequently shifting our focus between the screen and our surroundings. ZEISS has developed a completely new eyeglass lens portfolio for all ages that takes new visual challenges into account in its design. In combination with the wearer’s age, visual needs and the latest optical technologies, ZEISS SmartLife Lenses are poised to deliver exceptional visual comfort in our connected, dynamic world – every day and across all age groups.

11 December 2019

Tenth Record-Breaking Year in a Row for ZEISS

Press Release

The ZEISS Group continued its growth trajectory, with revenue and earnings reaching new heights in fiscal year 2018/19, which ended 30 September 2019. Revenue grew by 11 percent, reaching 6.428 billion euros (previous year: 5.817 billion euros). Adjusted for currency and acquisition effects (like-for-like), revenue rose by 8 percent.