About us

About us

perisens was founded in 2009 as a spin-off from the Technical University of Munich and has developed to a worldwide known specialist in automotive radar and communication systems. Our name perisens derives from the terms PERI|pherals and SENS|ors and stands for automotive environmental sensor technology. We support car manufacturers and suppliers in the field of radar technology and also communication systems.

We are offering services and measurement solutions for radar sensors and radar covers (so called radomes). Our products Radar Target Simulator (RTS) and Radome Measurement System (RMS) are worldwide used by car manufacturers and their suppliers in research & development, quality control and production (end-of-line) testing.

perisens technology helps our customers to improve the radar transparency of automotive (metallic) paints, to ensure that emblems with complex design do not cause radar interference and to develop the next generation of radar sensors.

Every day a dedicated team of specialists in RF hardware and signal processing works on technically demanding challenges to develop innovative solutions for our customers.

perisens attaches great importance to the highest quality of our products and services, but also to the work of the employees. We ensure this quality with our management system, which is certified according to ISO 9001:2015.

Dr. Florian Pfeiffer

Dr. Florian Pfeiffer

Chief Executive Officer & Founder

Florian Pfeiffer, leads perisens, developing the company’s strategic direction and vision. Before founding perisens, he has served in the automotive industry. He is a technical expert in radar and communication technologies and is giving a lecture about automotive radar technology at the University of Applied Sciences in Ingolstadt.

Prof. Dr. Erwin Biebl

Prof. Dr. Erwin Biebl

Technical consultant & Founder

Erwin Biebl has over 20 years experience in millimeter wave and automotive radar technology. He is head of the institute for microwave engineering at the Technical University of Munich.

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