New wireless dynamometer allows for highly accurate measurements of cutting forces.
The most successful triaxial accelerometer 8763B measures micro-vibrations even more accurately.
Kistler showcases needs-oriented solutions for the Smart Factory and presents the extensive software and service resources.
Automated Tire Screening (ATS) reliably detects tire properties.
Kistler is celebrating an anniversary: on 10 May 2022, the Kistler Group's Meerane site marked its 10th anniversary
Kistler is breathing life into its corporate value – "Commitment to People and the Environment" – with several ambitious projects.
New piezoresistive pressor sensor – universal applicability even under harsh conditions and in small spaces.
This year’s Intertraffic met all expectations: Among other products, the most accurate WIM system was presented to the public.
At the Control 2022 trade fair in Stuttgart, Kistler will showcase various quality assurance solutions for industrial production.
The new joining module is highly suitable for clinching and riveting, and also for assembly processes that require force-displacement monitoring.
KiTraffic Digital WIM system been awarded the OIML certificate F5, confirming it as the most accurate Weigh In Motion solution.
At MD&M West 2022, Kistler will demonstrate how process monitoring can make medical device manufacturing more efficient.
At Intertraffic 2022, Kistler presents KiTraffic Digital, the world's most accurate Weigh In Motion system.
The Kistler Group was able to close last year with growth of 14 percent to achieve sales of mCHF 411.
The latest M8 cylinder pressure sensor (6041C) from Kistler breaks new ground in measurement excellence.
The accelerometer 8763B050 from Kistler measures tiny micro-vibrations. It now features a 27 percent lower noise threshold.
Weigh In Motion at ITS World Congress 2021 in Hamburg: Kistler presents comprehensive traffic monitoring solution KiTraffic Plus
Cavity pressure and temperature sensors, the ComoNeo 4.1 process monitoring system and new miniature sensor for hot runners.
The new solution delivers multiple parameters of rail vehicles based on an improved piezoelectric sensor and system design.
The range of training courses offered by the Kistler Group is now certified to DIN ISO 21001.
Kistler Instrumente GmbH is closing its Wetzlar site. Production and service operations are being relocated to Sindelfingen.
Six-component wheel force transducer from Kistler is granted JWL approval for road tests
The Kistler Group has established an Innovation Lab to leverage the hidden potentials of digitalization.
WLAN, user management and envelope curves adapted to the process boost performance and usability in injection molding
KiRoad Wireless HDR is the new cable-free solution for vehicle developers
Rugged sensors check airbag igniters to ensure they will reliably trigger a life-saving chain reaction in an emergency.
Kistler has added a wheel force transducer for motorsport applications to its portfolio of measuring solutions: the RoaDyn WFT.
Ready for direct enforcement after successful type approval: an example for Weigh In Motion in other countries as well.
Kistler expands its range of smart accessory equipment to ensure that piezoelectric sensors can be perfectly positioned.
Kistler now offers low outgassing cables for their titanium housing piezoelectric accelerometers used for space testing.
Measure, analyze and optimize combustion based, electric and hybrid powertrains with the innovative KiBox2
Why should we think about plastics production on World Health Day?
The new fully remodeled instrument provides enhanced functionality, more compact design and multiple protection options.
When training for the Olympics, special measurement technology is increasingly being used to improve athletes' performances.
Kistler has joined the International Alliance for Mobility Testing & Standardization (IAMTS) in March.
An open, software-based system for Weigh In Motion plus image and speed detection and dimension recognition is available now.
Kistler has increased the measuring range of its 93x1C piezoelectric load cells by 20 to 40 percent.
Tomorrow's measurement technology needs well-trained staff. The 2021 training program offers practical online and on-site courses.
Kistler expects a return to growth in 2021 and is well positioned now that the strategic realignment has been completed.
The new Weigh In Motion app from Kistler facilitates the installation of new sensors and provides instant support.
In cooperation with CTS, Kistler now offers the biofidelic dummy PRIMUS globally ‒ it can be equipped with our in-dummy sensors.
Proven accuracy at high speeds: The 9835A system was officially acknowledged again for its outstanding Weigh In Motion capability.
The digital charge amplifier 5074B from Kistler enables users to benefit from enhanced flexibility and simpler integration.
Following a thorough revision, the Kistler 9091B force sensor is now more precise and durable than ever.
Kistler uses digital X-rays to detect errors in measuring wheels and offers quality control and calibration from a single source.
The 8248A3 triaxial piezoelectric accelerometer withstands high temperatures of up to 260 degrees Celsius.
The INSPECTOR torque wrench allows for reliable, efficient inspection of bolted joints based on process capability testing (PCT).
The structural transformation of the economy aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic requires drastic measures.
On October 7 and 8, 2020, Kistler will be hosting the vEXPO virtual trade fair for automotive research and vehicle testing.
The new generation of SlimLine force sensor series: improved linearity in low measuring ranges
Kistler offers fiber-optic combustion analysis for pre-chamber spark plugs: the key to boosting engine efficiency.
Kistler has launched a new cylinder pressure sensor for the continuous monitoring of large marine and stationary engines.
New industrial solution for medtech, automotive, semiconductor, and electrical equipment industries
The KiDAU data acquisition system and KiBAT, the rugged special battery, make crash test mesaurements efficient and successful.
maXYmos TL ML – the worldwide first process monitoring system to meet the strict FDA- und MDR regulations
Kistler has entered a cooperation with Vehico. Sensor technologies and driving robots will now be available from a single source.
Kistler launches a new uniaxial accelerometer for vibration testing at extremely high temperatures.
Kistler introduces the miniature charge amplifier with IO-Link – suitable for use in a wide range of industry applications.
Like everyone, the Kistler Group is facing challenges because of the coronavirus. Information on the latest developments.
Training for employees is essential to ensure that complete solutions will function optimally.
With an accuracy of +/- two percent, the new KiTraffic Digital is the most accurate Weigh In Motion system to date.
Kistler posted sales of CHF 466 million in 2019 with a workforce numbering 2,200.
Intelligent solutions to improve quality and save costs in medical manufacturing.
An unprecedented measuring range from -500N to 500N marks a major step in improving quality of satellite imaging.
Thanks to its high accuracy and robustness, the new KiTraffic Digital makes it easy to directly fine overloaded vehicles.
The HIS high-speed camera system from Kistler is the solution of choice for optical analysis of combustion processes in engines.
At SPS 2019, Kistler is showcasing resource-efficient process monitoring systems with extended connectivity – including robots
At Blechexpo in Stuttgart, Kistler presents automated test systems for quality assurance of series parts and forming processes
Innovative measurement chain to advance development and validation processes of state-of-the-art vehicles
How can you optimize the powertrain of a hybrid vehicle? Kistler is researching together with the University of Bath (UK).
Highly sensitive, very economical on space and extremely rugged: At K 2019 we show innovative miniature cavity pressure sensors
The Quattro Jump performance analysis system determines performance parameters, helping to prevent injuries to joints
Thanks to the new, model-based knock intensity detection, the KiBox KID delivers added value data to the user.
In 2019, Kistler's Sindelfingen facility was certified to DIN EN ISO 14001 for its effective environmental management system.
The Czech government has approved Weigh In Motion with KiTraffic for direct law enforcement of overloaded trucks.
The Kistler Group is expanding its facilities in Switzerland and Germany, sending out a strong signal in this turbulent period.
Two new members were appointed at the Extraordinary General Meeting on September 16, 2019.
We supported the young engineers from Switzerland with an S-Motion sensor including consulting and services.
Kistler at K 2019: Smart plastics manufacturing through intelligent process monitoring and other solutions
Motek 2019: How Kistler paves the way to industry 4.0 for electromechanical joining and fastening technology segments.
Why researchers apply force sensors from Kistler to refine tsunami protection.
Why the Kistler workforce donated to help children with cancer
Launching a milestone to U.S. market – the unique KiDAQ featuring world’s first automated calculation of measurement uncertainty.
Dependable process monitoring for medical technology production – from test planning through to series manufacture.
World's first: Getting measurement uncertainty under control with KiXact from Kistler.
Kistler showcases its expanded portfolio of test automation and process monitoring systems for quality assurance for large product.
Unique DTI technology from Kistler Future focused solution to boost the efficiency of vehicle dynamics and durability testing
Infrastructure stress is caused by vehicle weight, not vehicle numbers: keep track of increasing axle loads with Weigh In Motion
Everything from one single source: Kistler now offers the complete measuring chain for vehicle development.
The general meeting of Kistler elected Valentin Vogt as Chairman of its Board of Directors.
Kistler celebrates 4,000 Lineas WIM sensors sold to long term customer International Road Dynamics Inc.
Serving customers’ growing demands: the Kistler Group opens its first official sales center in Canada
The Kistler Group will showcase its test and analysis systems for threaded joints at the 2019 Fastener Fair in Stuttgart from 19 to 21 March.
The world's largest piezo force sensor can measure up to 450kN
Kistler and NETZSCH show how their systems for processing plastic composites interact, enabling a new level of process control.
The Kistler Group is strengthening its presence in the Chinese market. On 5 February, the company opened a new office in Shanghai.
The numbers of financial year 2018 are worth a celebration: 2020, for the 60th anniversary of Kistler, a joint cruise is upcoming.
To efficiently process huge amounts of measurement data ("big test data"): AMS brings even more digital competencies to the Kistler Group.
Accurate and insensitive to its mounting position: the new Type 6044A M8 sensor features an anti-strain design to ensure reliable, high-quality results.
Motorsport: the new 4080B/BT absolute pressure sensors from Kistler – for real-time monitoring with maximum measurement accuracy and signal quality!
At Fakuma 2018, the Kistler Group is showcasing its latest monitoring and control packages for ComoNeo, its high-quality process monitoring system that is designed to deliver efficiency and transparency for injection molding.
The SMETEC Gesellschaft für Sensor-, Motor- und Energietechnik mbH recently became part of the Kistler Group.
The Kistler Group is adding another variant to what is already the world's most comprehensive portfolio of wheel force measurement systems: the new RoaDyn S6GT 6-component wheel force measurement system.
At Fakuma 2018, Vester will showcase all the benefits of automated testing
Top performance, team spirit and passionate commitment are qualities shared by Tigers Tübingen and the Kistler Group.
High-accuracy dynamometer combined with innovative chuck extends tool lifetime and reduces production costs
Machinery manufacturer LIK joins the Kistler Group, opening up wider access to the electric vehicle market
Enhanced transparency in plastics processing
The Kistler Group is introducing a compact mobile measurement solution for enhanced rolling stock maintenance in international railway operations in the shape of its railway brake force measuring system Type 2899A.
A new Center of Competence for production control and management systems will be opened in Aachen.
Competent service just a call away has always been a key aspect of Kistler's cooperation with its customers. Now, in a move to address growing demand in North Germany, the measurement technology experts are opening a new office in Wolfsburg.
On her way to Olympia 2020 she relies on Kistler Group measurement experts.
Effective monitoring with strain sensors protects machines and tools
The Top 100 Competition has again singled out the most innovative German small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) for the 10th time.
Kistler is pleased to introduce MicroDyn, the world's smallest series-produced cutting force meter.
Kistler introduces the world’s first high temperature accelerometer for the monitoring of gas turbines.
Kistler is earmarking the highest investment budget for research and development in the company`s history.
Digitization, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 are presenting major challenges. Discover how Kistler responds to the great challenges of our times.
At Sensor + Test 2018 Kistler will be introducing a milestone in measurement technology: its new KiDAQ data acquisition system.
At NPE 2018, the Kistler Group is showcasing its latest custom monitoring package for ComoNeo, its high-quality process monitoring system that is designed to deliver efficiency and transparency for injection molding.
At Automatica 2018, the Kistler Group will turn the spotlight on diverse options for using sensors and process monitoring systems to support industrial production and enhance digitalization in test and assembly technology.
The Kistler Group will showcase its expanded portfolio of industrial test and inspection systems for quality assurance at the 2018 Control trade show.
The global leader in dynamic measurement technology supports the passion for innovation and technology with a three-year partnership.
Kistler will be showcasing at Control 2018 its portfolio of industrial testing and inspection systems with the spotlight on the very latest additions.
At Intertraffic 2018 the Kistler Group is showcasing its comprehensive KiTraffic Weigh In Motion (WIM) solutions, which support road owners and authorities in road and traffic monitoring, weight enforcement and weight-based tolling.
At NPE 2018 in Orlando, Florida, the Kistler Group will demonstrate a wide range of modular functionalities for ComoNeo: the process monitoring system that takes injection molding to a higher level with integrated quality monitoring geared to meet customers’ needs and requirements.
The new KiSprint provides coaches and athletes with an efficient means of biomechanically optimizing sprint starts under competitive conditions. The robust and mobile solution has comprehensive software assessment options and can be individually adapted and expanded.
Kistler achieved a growth rate of 18 % in 2017. Digital transformation has top priority in 2018.
Overcoming the complexities of RTM – with Kistler
At the SPS IPC Drives Kistler Group will unveil the world's first digital charge amplifier Type 5974A, a milestone more in electrical automation.
Kistler's Type 5074A industrial charge amplifier breaks new ground in industrial charge amplifier technology
Whether hybrid drives or electric vehicles: anyone who wants to make a change needs to measure and understand
Our experts will present you Kistler measuring technologies for demanding space applications.
At Fakuma 2017, we will demonstrate how you can benefit from new ComoNeo functionalities
Kistler Group showcases the entire spectrum of its integrated quality assurance solutions
Kistler Group took over near Karlsruhe-based Vester Elektronik GmbH on 25 August, a specialist in sensor technology and test automation.
Jaguar Land Rover uses Kistler RoaDyn® Wheel Force Transducers for accurate tyre modelling
Kistler is taking over IOS GmbH (Germany), provider of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES).
Tettnang-based firm eso GmbH was acquired by the Kistler Group on July 5.
Perfect production data synchronization through direct MES system integration.
Kistler presents innovative measurement equipment for demanding vehicle testing applications
At Moulding Expo 2017, we will show how easy it is to install the measurement technology needed for quality assurance in injection molds.
Kistler will be present at Control, the world's leading quality assurance trade fair.
Advanced features for LabAmp family maximize flexibility for cutting force users.
Measuring equipment for sophisticated T&M applications
The Kistler Group is constantly growing and recruiting specialist staff worldwide.
Olympic champion Anthony Ervin and Kistler create a Success Story together.
Kistler seeks more than 40 specialists in what is likely Switzerland's largest job advertisement.
With MARS software version 3.0, Kistler presents an extensive update of the proprietary measurement, analysis, and evaluation software for Kistler force plates.
Kistler boosts the efficiency and reliability of large marine and stationary engines through monitoring and control of the combustion process
Kistler is presenting the new versions of its ComoNeo and ComoDataCenter.
Kistler is unveiling a new addition to its portfolio of electromechanical joining modules.
The Kistler Group reported incoming orders worth CHF 233.3 million at the end of August 2016 and has therefore seen growth of 8.4 % compared to the same period in the previous year, or 5.6 % when adjusted for currency effects.
At this year's K Trade Fair from 19 to 26 October in Düsseldorf, Kistler will be showcasing its latest new products and features with the focus on Industry 4.0.
Kistler will be showcasing its new NCFE and NCFR joining modules, together with the latest generation of maXYmos monitoring systems on Motek 2016
Kistler's Correvit® SFII sensor measures world record in 1.513 seconds
Screw technology complements the range of applications.
Following a long phase of planning, preparations, and conversion work, Kistler Instrumente GmbH has a new home for its German headquarters at the Böblingen/Sindelfingen airfield.
Kistler Lorch GmbH Honored for Outstanding Qualities as Employer
The Kistler Group has overcome currency-related challenges at its Swiss site to achieve continued growth.
Accurate Wheel Force Measurement with Minimum Configuration Effort
Increased Flexibility for High-Speed Combustion Analysis
New Piezoresistive Sensor with Temperature Probe and Integrated Signal Conditioning.
Kistler Provides Maximum Flexibility for Product Testing and Development
Kistler's NCFR Joining Module honored in the handling and assembly category
Setting the Standard for 100% Control of Linear Joining Processes with Partial Rotation
Kistler Group: safeguarding the firm's competitive edge.
Quick evaluation of performance and force with Kistler MARS 2.1.
Major update for Kistler’s mobile engine indication system.
Setting New Standards in Automated Process Monitoring for Injection Molding.
Kistler Showcases Three Latest Product Innovations at Motek 2015
Kistler honored with ASCO Award Gold for best corporate transformation in Switzerland.
Kistler's software for force plates offers a host of new features for performance diagnostics in sports and rehabilitation.
At Chinaplas 2015 Kistler will be presenting solutions for zero-defect production, process monitoring and data evaluation in injection molding
New product developments for dynamic measuring technology at the Kistler booth at SPS IPC Drives 2014
Wide range of options for optimizing the quality assurance through documenting and evaluating production data of CoMo Injection Systems
Users obtain a full range of force–displacement measurement systems from one source
Extending the maXYmos product range to control and monitor production processes and quality assurance
At Sensor + Test 2014 Kistler is presenting many new features from the field of measurement electronics in addition to its already proven sensor technology.
Users obtain a full range of force–displacement measurement systems from one source
The Kistler Group achieved sales of 285 million CHF in 2013, thus marking a slight growth in comparison with the figures for the prior year.
From flexible torque sensors to complete test stands for highly-efficient electric drives