SensorDynamics AG was an Austrian semiconductor company specializing in sensor solutions for the automotive, industrial and high-end consumer goods markets. SensorDynamics developed and marketed customer-specific products and standard products for applications in the areas of vehicle stabilization, passenger 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 Lebring near Graz, SensorDynamics was represented by its own subsidiaries in Italy and Germany as well as a worldwide sales network.
In July 2011, the company employed around 130 people. SensorDynamics was financed by venture capitalists through equity rounds from 2004 – 2011 and was subsequently purchased by Maxim Integrated, a semiconductor company from San Jose, California, for $164 million. Pallas Capital supported SensorDynamics as a strong partner in all negotiations and structured an equity financing.