Universal Sensor Platform

To Build Customized Industrial Sensor Modules for Future IoT Applications
Sensry offers a
seamless transition from IoT-concept to mass production.

Sensry provides the first industrialized, easily configurable, integrated multisensor hardware enabling
edge computing. We enable SME customers to ultra-fast development of IoT-applications and ensure
a secure supply chain backed by the largest development production partners.

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Platform Features

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RISC-V performance for smart edge computing

Smallest form factor due to advanced 3D-packaging

 

 

Low Power Consumption

Data Security

Integration in fog, edge, and cloud computing

Support for multiple communication standards

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Facing Pain of IoT-Hardware Development

Developing IoT applications is hard!

1

SOURCING

Confusing Supply Markets
& Technology Complexity

2

INTEGRATING

Demanding Customer Needs
& Product Complexity

3

SCALING

Volume Technology Breaks &
Production Complexity

Millions of sensor components with varying features and quality, increasing complexity through integration and scaling from prototype to mass production are resulting in long development cycles with massive investment in hardware development and resources.

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Solution

We make the development of IoT-applications ultra-easy!

Sensry provides a universal hardware platform allowing for numerous customisable sensor configurations, radio communications interfaces and energy management options with an integrated IoT-microcontroller in ONE monolithic, size-optimized PCB module.

Customized module configuration

Software and systems support

Prototyping and testing

Production and ramp-up support

Complete supply chain support

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About Us

Sensry offers its customers access to highly integrated, low power, low-cost sensor systems based on GLOBALFOUNDRIES 22FDXⓇ technology. This enables the problem-free use of future-oriented system architectures and production methods, even for prototypes and small series, in conjunction with the latest assembly and packaging technologies. The “modular design principle” offered by Sensry also offers maximum flexibility through modular construction. As a result, customers receive a customized sensor node with flexible, customer-specific sensor and communication solutions.

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Team

KONRAD HERRE

Co-Founder & CEO

With many years of professional experience, including leading positions at LSI Logic, AMS, Infineon, Xfab, ZMD, Plastic Logic and projects at the Fraunhofer Institutes he is responsible for the strategic development of the product families.

TORSTEN KOLIBAL 

Co-Founder & CFO

Torsten is co-founder and CFO of Sensry. With his many years of professional experience as Finance and Strategy Manager in Industry and Mittelstand, he supported and incorporated Start-ups in the High Tech Field since many years. He is responsible at Sensry for Financing, Strategy, Business Planning and Administration.

TORSTEN KIRBACH

Supply Chain Manager

Torsten Kirbach supports the founding team as the Supply Chain Manager. Torsten brings with him many years of industry expertise, including from Infinieon. The topics of procurement and production are primarily managed by Torsten.

STEFFEN KRÖHNERT

Manager Packaging

Steffen Kröhnert joined the company in its early stages with a key competence in packaging, to design the needed flexibility as a system-ready package, with the latest affordable packaging technology. Steffen’s skills will help Sensry achieve flexibility for microelectronics.

MARIO GRAFE 

Engineering Manager

Mario Grafe is the Engineering Manager at Sensry. Previously, Mario worked for more than 10 years at Fraunhofer IPMS as a Research & Development Engineer. At Sensry, Mario Grafe is responsible for the new products Kallisto™ and Ganymed™.

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In the news

Silicion Saxony

Mit revolutionärer Sensor-Plattform zu IoT-Systemen der nächsten Generation

Fraunhofer EAS

Mit revolutionärer Sensor-Plattform zu IoT-Systemen der nächsten Generation

Wirtschaftsförderung Sachsen

Globalfoundries und Fraunhofer-Institute arbeiten in Sachsen an “IoT-Baukasten” für den Mittelstannd