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SensorDynamics was a European semiconductor company specialized in developing and manufacturing high-volume micro- and wireless semiconductor sensor products for applications in automotive, industry and high-end consumer sectors. The company was acquired by Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.; a semiconductor company based in San Jose, California. Acquisition was announced in July 2011 by Tunc Doluca, CEO and President of Maxim. SensorDynamics was acquired for $164 million. SensorDynamics developed and produced custom-made designs and standard components for use in vehicle stabilization, occupant protection, navigation systems, keyless go systems or autonomous energy generators for wireless and battery free controllers for industrial, automotive and high-end consumer application. With its head

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  • Die SensorDynamics AG war ein österreichisches Halbleiterunternehmen, das sich auf Sensorlösungen für den Automobil-, Industrie- und High-End-Konsumgütermarkt spezialisierte. SensorDynamics entwickelte und vertrieb kundenspezifische Produkte und Standardprodukte für Applikationen im Bereich Fahrzeugstabilisierung, Insassenschutz, Navigationssysteme, Keyless Go-Systeme sowie autonomer draht- und batterieloser Energiegeneratoren. Neben dem Firmenhauptsitz auf Schloss Eybesfeld bei Lebring nahe Graz war die SensorDynamics mit eigenen Niederlassungen in Italien und Deutschland sowie einem weltweiten Vertriebsnetz vertreten. Das Unternehmen beschäftigte im Juli 2011 rund 130 Mitarbeiter. Es wurde 2011 von Maxim Integrated, einem Halbleiterunternehmen aus San Jose, Kalifornien um 164 Millionen D
  • SensorDynamics was a European semiconductor company specialized in developing and manufacturing high-volume micro- and wireless semiconductor sensor products for applications in automotive, industry and high-end consumer sectors. The company was acquired by Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.; a semiconductor company based in San Jose, California. Acquisition was announced in July 2011 by Tunc Doluca, CEO and President of Maxim. SensorDynamics was acquired for $164 million. SensorDynamics developed and produced custom-made designs and standard components for use in vehicle stabilization, occupant protection, navigation systems, keyless go systems or autonomous energy generators for wireless and battery free controllers for industrial, automotive and high-end consumer application. With its head
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