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- Sensitec GmbH
- Georg-Ohm-Str. 11
- 35633 Lahnau
- Ellen Slatter
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Sensitec is a finalist in the competition "Hesse Champions 2015"
(PresseBox) (Lahnau, 29.09.15) SENSITEC is nominated in the competition „Hessen Champions 2015" as one of the three finalists in the category „Innovation". This has been announced by the Hessian Ministry of Economics, Energy, Transport and Regional Development (HMWEVL). Further categories in this competition are „Job engine" and „World market leader". The winners in all categories will be announced on 27th October 2015 in Wiesbaden at an event supported by more than 1,000 guests and the Hessian Prime Minister Volker Bouffier as well as the Economics Minister Tarek Al-Wazir. Sensitec achieved this nomination in the category „Innovation" for the development of new sensors based on the tunnelmagnetoresistive (TMR) effect which reduce the power consumption of the sensor by a factor 100 compared to other conventional sensors. Whoever manages the finals, is in any case already a winner who has prevailed in a tough competitive environment. More information to the Hessen Champions 2015 under: http://vhu.de/vhu/home/veranstaltungen/hessen-champions_2015.de.html
Sensitec is a leading manufacturer of sensors based on the magnetoresistive (MR-) Effect for a large variety of different applications. They fulfil highest demands regarding performance. The product range comprises sensors for the precise measurement of angle, length, position, current or magnetic fields. Furthermore, Sensitec is specialized to provide individual customer-specific complete solutions. At the production site in Mainz Sensitec owns Europe's most efficient and modern wafer factory for the production of AMR-, GMR- and TMR-sensors. The central office is located in Lahnau (Hesse). Sensitec belongs with currently 160 employees to the Körber Group which includes about 50 leading international technology companies in the Business Area of Tobacco, Tissue, Automation, Intralogistics, Mailing, Machine Tools and Pharma Packaging Systems. With around 11,000 employees, the Körber Group currently achieves turnover of more than 2 billion euros.