SensorDynamics AG was an Austrian semiconductor company specializing in sensor solutions for the automotive, industrial, and high-end consumer goods markets. SensorDynamics developed and distributed customized products and standard products for applications in the areas of vehicle stabilization, occupant protection, navigation systems, keyless go systems, as well as autonomous wireless and battery-free energy generators. In addition to the company headquarters at Schloss Eybesfeld near Sebring near Graz, SensorDynamics was represented by its subsidiaries in Italy and Germany as well as a worldwide sales network.
The company employed around 130 people in July 2011. From 2004 to 2011, SensorDynamics was financed by venture capitalists through equity rounds and subsequently purchased by Maxim Integrated, a semiconductor company based in San Jose, California, for $164 million. Pallas Capital acted as a reliable partner to SensorDynamics in all negotiations and structured equity financing.