First Sensor

First Sensor AG, formerly Silicon Sensor International AG, is a-Germany based developer and manufacturer of customer-specific sensor solutions. Its products are used for the conversion of non-electric variables, such as radiation, light, pressure, flow rate, speed, position, and fill level, among others, into electric variables that are used in client’s electronic systems. Its activities are divided into four business areas. The Medical focuses on medical technology applications for doctors, hospitals and nursing stuff, such as blood glucose monitors and cancer diagnosis, among others. The Industrial provides industrial products, such as machine controls, aerospace research and truck toll monitoring, among others. The Mobility offers applications for the air condition systems and speed measurement, among others. The Electronic Engineering & Manufacturing Services (E2MS) provides development, validation, qualification and reliability checks, production and testing, among others.
Company Growth (employees)
Berlin, DE
Size (employees)
783 (est)-1%
First Sensor is headquartered in Berlin, DE

First Sensor Office Locations

First Sensor has an office in Berlin
Berlin, DE (HQ)
15 Peter-Behrens-Straße

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Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

144.4 m

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

First Sensor's current market capitalization is €144.4 m.

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