Axis 4Q 2002

Axis 4Q 2002

AXIS Communications - a world of intelligent networks Full year 2001 CEO Peter Ragnarsson CFO Jrgen Lindquist Second half year 2001 Profitability and Positive Cash Flow Financial performance Profitability and Positive Cash Flow Increased operational efficiency Reduced capital tied up in operations Loss-making operations sold Strategic position

Network Value Network Infrastructure (LAN, Internet, etc) Year 2000 Core offering World class solutions for easy-to-use, secure and efficient communication over networks Markets and market positions Network

Camera & Video Server Worldwide #1 Network Printing Worldwide #2 Network Scan & Store Axis ThinServer Technology

Network Wireless Access Investing for the connected future Intensive R&D IP-based network connectivity Direct access Fast, reliable, economic and secure Seven new patents during

2001 Business model - spreading risk Axis National distributor Value added distributor Reseller installer End user OEM An expanding customer base Some recent distribution and industrial partnerships...

Ingram Micro Azlan Adimpo MicroP Allnet Fibrenetix NSM Storage

EET Nordic Canon SONY Honeywell Securitas Minolta - QMS Panasonic A complete distribution network Distributor partnerships Between 500 and 1,000 worldwide Reseller & Installer partnerships Between 50,000 and 100,000 worldwide Some of our OEM partnerships

Canon FujiXerox Minolta - QMS Sharp IBM SONY Apti/JBCC

Intermec Palm Epson Panasonic Sales Ongoing operations MSEK 700 12 months 2001 Sales 676 MSEK (642) Growth 5% 600 2000* 2001

500 400 300 200 100 0 Q4 * 2000 Proforma Accum Networked Office Q4 2001 Strategic segment Profitable base Strengthened positions MSEK

Sales (proforma 2000) 350 300 2000 2001 250 200 150 100 50 0 Q4 Accum Office Connectivity OEM Q4 2001

Continuous demand for built-in Axis solutions Several major projects accounted for in Q4-2001 Strong orderbook 2002 MSEK Sales (proforma 2000) 125 100

2000 2001 75 50 25 0 Q4 Accum Camera Q4 2001 MSEK Digitalization Increased security awareness

250 200 Sales (proforma 2000) 2000 2001 150 100 50 0 Q4 Accum Mobile Internet Q4 2001 Strategic area Technology and market uncertainties

Will be incorporated in other areas MSEK 6 5 Sales (proforma 2000) 2000 2001 4 3 2 1 0 Q4

Accum Technology Q4 2001 MSEK Increasing demand Several strategic customer contracts 5 4 Sales (proforma 2000) 2000 2001 3

2 1 0 Q4 Accum Sales per division Ongoing operations MSEK 2001 2000 Networked Office OEM Camera Technology Other 292

122 243 4 9 333 92 183 2 31 ThinServer products Mobile Internet 671 5 640 1 Total

676 642 Investing for the future Intensive R&D agenda 151 MSEK year 2001 Corresponding to 22% of sales EBIT by Quarter proforma 2000 MSEK

10 R&D overall 32 MSEK in Q4-2001 New structure 20 MSEK restructuring costs in Q2-2001 Profitability as planned 0 EBIT

Structural -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 -80 Q1 Q2 Q3 2000 Q4 Q1

Q2 Q3 2001 Q4 EBIT analysis Q4-2001 proforma Q4 2000 Oct - Dec Oct - Dec 20 -4 -8 1 -34 -8

Axis excl. Netch 8 -41 Netch Total 8 -31 -71 MSEK ThinServer products Mobile Internet Corporate functions

2001 2000 Sales per Quarter Ongoing operations, MSEK 250 2000 2001 200 150 100 50 0

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Gross margin MSEK % 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Q2-00 Q3-00 Q4-00 Q1-01 Q2-01 Q3-01 Q4-01 Accounts receivables

Days of sales outstanding 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Q1-00 Q2-00 Q3-00 Q4-00 Q1-01 Q2-01 Q3-01 Q4-01 Inventory MSEK 90 80 70 60 50 40 30

20 10 0 Q1-00 Q2-00 Q3-00 Q4-00 Q1-01 Q2-01 Q3-01 Q4-01 Liquid funds MSEK 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 0 Q3-00 Q4-00 Q1-01

Q2-01 Q3-01 Q4-01 Market trends Generally weak market conditions expected to remain at least until mid 2002 Axis 2002

Innovating exciting market opportunities Strong technology platform Global markets Proven business model spreading risk Profitable and cash flow positive Outlook 2002 Taking the next steps in our Network Value strategy Despite weak market conditions, a positive EBIT and operational cash flow is expected

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