In August 2010 silicon systems (silicon systems seifert gmbh) was founded by the Austrian scientist Mag. Bernhard Seifert, M.Sc. and Austrian engineer Ing. Reinhard Seifert. The company focuses on the development, manufacture and calibration of highly accurate instruments, data acquisition products, general purpose digital and analog modules. We offer complete system solutions for industrial applications as well as components for sophisticated experiments at universities or research institutes where accuracy, stability and reliability play the key role.
In 2016, silicon systems entered the IoT market using the knowledge and experience gathered from established products. We provide customized solutions for remote control and data acquisition demands where mobile data networks are preferably over wired networks.
Since 2017 silicon systems is manufacturing and qualifying power electronics for space applications in larger scale. Prior production, precise procedures are elaborated with the respective customers to guarantee highest quality and reproducibility. Proper acceptance testing and documentation is a key aspect for high-reliability products.
The company resides in Vienna, Austria and attends customers in the whole world. As customer satisfaction is one of our major concerns, we are working hard to provide you our best support. We try to accompany our products during their whole life cycle since we are interested in the successful application and field of use. This helps us to further improve our products and to better meet the needs of our customers.
Bernhard Seifert, MSc BSc
Bernhard Seifert, MSc BSc obtained his master in physics from the University of Vienna, Austria in 2005. He received his bachelor of technical computer engineering from the Vienna Technical University in 2009. As an experienced firmware programmer and electronic engineer, he is developing a variety of software and hardware solutions.
From 2003 to 2010 he was working for the Austrian Institute of Technology in Seibersdorf, Austria, the largest research company in Austria. He focused on the development of liquid metal ion sources for electric propulsion solutions. He strongly improved the existing data acquisition and control system for automated ion emitter testing. Since 2011 he is also working for the University of Applied Sciences and the affiliated company FOTEC in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. There he focuses on miniature electrical propulsion systems for satellites and outstandingly sensitive measurement electronics.
Ing. Reinhard Seifert
Ing. Reinhard Seifert attended the school for higher technical education in Vienna, Austria and graduated in 1967. He is experienced in the field of technical sciences and was working as an engineer and technical manager at the Vienna State Opera for more than three decades.
From 2010 he has focused on the management of the company and takes care of administrative, fiscal and legal issues.