Everything began in 1996 with the innovative idea of company founder Fred Motzko "to detect pressure by light" and the first use of fiber optic technology in traffic applications. The applications of this technology are diverse, in road traffic as well as in the rail traffic sector.
Worldwide in use
Over 50,000 systems have been successfully installed in about 50 countries worldwide since 1996. The progressive technological developments as well as the high quality and reliability of the products have made Sensor Line a global market leader in the field of fiber optic traffic sensors.
Sensor Line products impress on the one hand by their complex structure and on the other hand by the easy operation. In principle, the fiber optic traffic sensors consist of deformation sensors which generate a load-dependent output signal. This principle makes them absolutely immune to any kind of electromagnetic influences. The absence of mechanical components reduce maintenance to an absolute minimum. Sensor Line’s fiber optic traffic sensors have a very high accuracy and are outstandingly reliable.
Made in Germany
The team around Robert Rubner (CEO), Eva Dreier and Julia Knoll consists of 20 specialists in the field of fiber optic sensor technology. They are working on Sensor Line products and applications and are developing future-oriented applications for the road and rail traffic sectors. Sensor Line has very high standards in the production process and continuously has been delivering high quality products to its customers in all parts of the world for over 20 years. The company's headquarters, development department and production facility are located under one roof in Schrobenhausen, Germany. From here, they provide fiber optic traffic products to the entire world.
Sensor Line is ISO 9001:2015 certified
Explore the possibilities
Sensor Line fiber optic technology is as fascinating as it is simple. The technically advanced products are individually configurable and offer a wide range of applications in the areas of road traffic and rail traffic.