Company profiles

Scala Electronic GmbH
Ruhlsdorfer Straße 95
14532 Stahnsdorf
Scansonic IPT GmbH
Schwarze-Pumpe-Weg 16
12681 Berlin
Scansonic MI GmbH
Schwarze-Pumpe-Weg 16
12681 Berlin
Scharnbeck Optik GmbH
Paracelsusstraße 7
14712 Rathenow
Schleicher Electronic GmbH & Co KG
Wilhelm-Kabus-Str. 21-35
10829 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 33005 - 0

Based on the core competence „PLC and CNC controls” Schleicher Electronic put the focus on system approaches for the automation industry. Our very high performance, flexible and open control technology, as well as the efficient decision making processes of a medium-size enterprise allow the design of individual solutions for laser cutting and marking machines. Comprehensive know how in dealing with complex movements as well as with the different kinds of laser beam sources guarantee an optimal conversion of the customers needs regarding functionality, design and cost efficiency into customized products.

Schmidt + Haensch GmbH & Co.
Waldstrasse 80/81
13403 Berlin
Scope-Systeme & Componenten Entwicklungs GmbH
Rudower Chaussee 3/H 3
12489 Berlin
Scopis GmbH
Blücherstr. 22
10961 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 398 20 598

Scopis develops and distributes laser-based endoscopic navigation and measuring systems for the minimal-invasive surgery. Scopis' clinical navigation products stand out by an especially short system set-up time, intuitive handling and an optimized workflow. They can be used in multiple application scenarios and allow preoperative planning of anatomical structures and their intraoperative overlay in endoscopic images (Augmented Reality).

Scopis' quality management system has been certified as per DIN EN ISO 9001:2008 and DIN EN ISO 13485:2010.

Bergstr. 100
16727 Velten
SECOPTA GmbH laser based sensor systems
Ostendstr. 25
12459 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 53 04 13 54

SECOPTA develops and manufactures laser spectroscopic solutions for industrial inline analysis of materials in quality monitoring, processing and recycling systems. By Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) and fast chemo metric methods for outcome evaluation, the samples surface can be assessed directly in the process without special preparation. Up to 1000 measurements / s are achievable.
The autonomous systems and OEM modules of SECOPTA based on high-quality and durable components of the CryLaS laser family. They are compact, low maintenance and designed for unrestricted industrial use.
Applications are found inter alia in the recycling area for sorting of different materials and alloys, in the manufacturing industry for process monitoring and quality assurance and in the volume flow monitoring on conveyor belts, e.g. in steel industry.

Seitec GmbH
Im Gewerbepark II 5
15711 Zeesen
Selux AG
Motzener Str. 34
12277 Berlin
+49 (0)30 /72 001 - 0

The Selux Group is a leading provider of sustainable lighting solutions for both interior and exterior applications. Acting sustainably enables Selux to maintain high standards when it comes to energy efficiency, ergonomics and product design. Founded in Berlin in 1948, Selux operates today globally employing 565 staff at sites in Europe, North America and Australia. Examples of well-known projects that Selux has been involved in the past are the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, the Vieux-Port in Marseille and the 9/11 Memorial in New York.
Selux lighting solutions:

  • Exterior: modular, multifunctional, vandal-proof, historical
  • Interior: linear, modular, office-friendly, controllable
  • Customised solutions for interior and exterior lighting
SENPRO Sensortechnik GmbH
Ruhlsdorfer Str. 95; Greenpark / Haus 42
14532 Stahnsdorf
SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH (SMI)
Warthestr. 21
14513 Teltow
Sensys - Sensorik & Systemtechnologie GmbH
Rabenfelde 5
15526 Bad Saarow / OT Neu Golm
+49 333631 59 650

SENSYS was founded by Dr. Andreas Fischer in 1990 and became a well known company to develop and manufacture high precision survey and measurement equipment for magnetic and electromagnetic applications.

The product range comprises hand held iron detectors, multi channel systems to be carried or pushed, as well as large area survey systems towed by car, vessel or underwater ROVs. Beside non-invasive surveys equipment, SENSYS also produce borehole measurement systems, data analysis software and enabling GPS referencing of measurement data. Furthermore, the range of single probes and sensors is steadily growing, enabling the integration of SENSYS products in bigger systems. This is making the equipment suitable for challenging applications in the military, marine, archaeological and scientific area.

With more than 20 years of experience, SENSYS is not only delivering products to its customers but also taking care of training, service, repair and support.

SENTECH Instruments GmbH
Schwarzschildstr. 2
12489 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 63 92 55 20

SENTECH motto “Erfolg durch Leistung” is a continuing commitment of all employees to achieve success by high standard of efficiency and customer service.

Plasma process technology

•    Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) etch of silicon, quartz, and dielectrics
•    Plasma Etch using Capacitively Coupled Plasma (CCP) sources
•    Deep Reactive Ion Etching (DRIE)
•    Inductively Coupled Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition (ICPECVD)
•    Thermal and Plasma Enhanced Atomic Layer Deposition (PEALD)

Thin Film Metrology:

•    Spectroscopic ellipsometry
•    Laser ellipsometry
•    Reflectometry



sglux GmbH
Max-Planck-Str. 3
12489 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 53015211


The sglux GmbH develops, produces and distributes optical and electronic products for measurement, control and monitoring of UV radiation. It was founded in 2003 and has 12 employees. The majority of the manufactured instruments and devices are based on SiC photodiodes.

SHF Communication Technologies AG
Wilhelm-von-Siemens Str. 23D
12277 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 772 05 10

SHF Communication Technologies AG, Berlin, is a microwave company founded in 1983 specialized in ultra broadband RF amplifiers and measurement equipment for optical communication, instrumentation and research.
SHF's key customers could be found in the telecommunication area, in particular in companies and universities who put a high emphasis on research and development. SHF products support these customers in their work to increase and enhance the transmission capacity of optical networks by offering high quality state of the art devices operationg at the fastest possible speeds. Based on the technology SHF developed and refined in 25 years of broadband amplifiermdesign, SHF introduced a new series of small form factor amplifiers for system use in 2004. As these parts are being distributed in high quantities to well established telecom suppliers, SHF has sucessfully entered new markets and is now not only a supplier for the
research community but also for the volume industry. The product portfolio of SHF meets the growing demand for ultra high speed opto
electronic equipment by offering:

  • Bit Pattern Generators & Error Analyzers operating at over 100 Gbps,
  • Optical Transmitters & Receivers operating at over 128 Gbps,
  • Modulator Driver Amplifiers (DC to > 65 GHz) ,
  • and Passive Sub Millimeter Wave components (DC to > 110 GHz).
Sicoya GmbH
c/o TU Berlin, ER1-1, Straße des 17. Juni 135
10623 Berlin
+49 (0)30 / 314 26227

Sicoya designs, packages, and sells silicon photonics based application specific photonic integrated circuits (ASPICs) for optical data center interconnects. ASPICs are offered either as bare dies or as packaged chips.
Sicoya's unique value proposition is the cointegration of ultra fast BiCMOS electronics for driver and amplifier circuits with the photonic circuits on a single chip. The core technology comprises the worldwide smallest silicon modulator that allows for the implementation of more than 10,000 high speed modulators per square millimeter. This reduction in size directly translates into higher energy efficiency regarding the control electronics and the usage of the light from the laser source resulting in superior performance in power consumption, reliability and signal integrity. The ASPICs are co-packaged with additional CMOS ICs for clocking and data processing using novel low cost packaging approaches including pluggable optical interfaces.
This enables the scalable production of highly integrated optical transceiver ASPICs at very low manufacturing costs. Furthermore, OEMs may co-package Sicoya's bare dies with additional ASICs. ASPICs are sold to system vendors and module manufacturers in a B2B relationship.

Sikora GmbH
Ruhlsdorfer Straße 95, Haus 81
14532 Stahnsdorf
Sill Leuchten GmbH
Gewerbepark Central, Haus 17, Sickingenstr. 20-28
10553 Berlin
SIS Selectronic International Service GmbH
Märkersteig 12-16
14974 Ludwigsfelde
SiTec GmbH
Friedrich-Franz-Str. 19
14770 Brandenburg
Siteco Beleuchtungstechnik GmbH
Nonnendammallee 42
13599 Berlin
skytron energy GmbH
Ernst-Augustin-Str. 12
12489 Berlin