Konica Minolta, Inc. engages in office, professional print, healthcare, and industrial businesses in Japan, the United States, European countries, China, other Asian countries, and internationally. The company develops, manufactures, and sells multi-functional peripherals, laser printers, filing devices, software and peripheral devices, digital color printing systems, digital monochrome printing systems, inkjet print heads, inkjet textile printers, and inkjet inks, as well as print and cloud services. It also offers healthcare systems, such as diagnostic ultrasound systems, digital X-ray diagnostic imaging systems, digital mammography systems, and medical imaging filling systems, as well as medical management ICT services. In addition, the company provides measuring instruments, including colorimeters, luminance meters, spectrophotometers, and photovoltaic reference cells; TAC films for liquid crystal displays; organic light emitting diode lighting products; lenses for industrial and professional use; and functional film displays. Further, it manages and operates planetarium facilities. Konica Minolta, Inc. was founded in 1873 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.