Sense and collect raw signals from the physical world


Aggregate and evaluate data to meaningful pieces


Connect information pieces to a holistic network

Don’t react – Act!

The digital transformation has permanently changed the way we live – and it will not stop at our working world either. This does not mean using a Word document instead of a notepad, but rather fundamentally rethinking the way we deal with information; viewing our knowledge not as a canned item in our desk drawer, but as a living and networked organism. Like all major societal disruptions, the digital transformation brings with it both opportunities and risks, and is above all one thing – inevitable. You can ignore it and refuse to accept it, but all around you time is running on – and off for yesterdays. So, in order not to stand idly by and make the most of the opportunities while minimizing the risks at the same time, it is necessary to actively participate in the transformation – no matter in which area.

In this process I would like to support you.


… ranging from Embedded to Cloud


Layout & Prototype PCBs
Microcontroller Programming


Server Architecture & Docker
Webserver & Databases

Data Science

Machine Learning
Neural Networks

Web Technologies

Data Visualization
Semantic Mediawiki


Successful projects need a holistic approach


Extensive discussion of your challenge


Joint solution design taking into account all facets


Selection of the appropriate tools and implementation of the concepts


Detailed evaluation of the results and alignment with your requirements


Simon Stier began his education in 2011 with the admission of two bachelor courses, Aerospace Computer Science and Technology of Functional Materials, at the JMU Würzburg. After graduating in 2014, he continued the consecutive Master’s programs and received both the Master’s degree in Computer Science and the Master’s degree in Functional Materials in 2016. From 2017 till 2020 he worked on his PhD at the Fraunhofer ISC in the field of interdisciplinary research into materials, processes and the application of dielectric elastomer sensor systems. The focus is on the integration of the numerous subcomponents involved, ranging from material composition to control software, in order to realize complex systems.

Dr. Simon Stier


M. Sc. Computer Science

M. Sc. Functional Materials

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