Sensirion, based in Staefa, Switzerland, is a leading manufacturer of digital microsensors and systems. The company was founded in 1998 as a subsidiary of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich and is located in Staefa near Zurich, Switzerland. The company has employees from different countries such as the USA, South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, and Germany.
The headquarters in Switzerland operates as a center for research, development, and production. The product range includes gas, liquid flow, differential pressure sensors, and environmental sensors used in the measurement of humidity, temperature, volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon dioxide, and particulate matter. Sensirion has an international network with sales offices in the USA, Europe, China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea, providing standard and custom sensor system solutions for a wide range of applications.
Sensirion sensors are typically found in the medical, industrial, and automotive sectors, analytical devices, consumer goods, and HVAC products. One distinctive feature of Sensirion products is the use of CMOSens® Technology, which enables intelligent system integration of sensor element, system logic, calibration data, and digital interface onto a single microchip.
Sensirion demonstrates that it is a reliable supplier with loyal customers, quality reputation (ISO/TS 16949), and excellent customer service. Sensirion has won various awards that prove its willingness to help its customers progress in their projects. Among the companies that contribute to increasing the competitiveness of the Swiss economy, Sensirion has won the Ernst & Young Award for its personal commitment and risk-taking desire.
In just a few years, Sensirion has shown that it is a leading global manufacturer of high-quality sensors and sensor solutions. This success is primarily due to the dedication, creativity, and expertise of team members who strive to achieve the extraordinary every day. Sensirion's mission is to use technology to lay the foundation for a smarter future.