INVISIO develops and sells advanced communication and hearing protection systems, enabling professionals in noisy and critical environments to communicate while protecting their hearing. The systems consist of headsets and control units with connections to e.g. an external group radio or a vehicle’s intercom system. INVISIO's customers are mainly agencies in charge of procurements for security forces, so INVISIO holds long-term contracts with defence authorities in e.g. the US, Canada, and Denmark. The products are sold directly as well as through partners and resellers.
INVISIO has begun branching out to new target markets by selling its existing personal system to the law enforcement market, but also with the commercial launch of its new Intercom product. The Intercom allows for enhanced communication between soldiers and vehicle operators, and will be an important growth driver for INVISIO. Furthermore, the company is continuously testing and developing new products at the company’s R&D department in Copenhagen, seeking to broaden its product portfolio.
INVISIO’s business can be very lumpy, with large procurements and tender offers carried out at irregular intervals. As such, the company’s revenues and operating profit can vary substantially on a quarterly basis. Furthermore, visibility into the pipeline for procurements and tenders is low, as INVISIO’s customers are careful not to reveal their existence until they are made public.