Game-changing instruments for
your digital signals

Swabian Instruments provides versatile solutions for the handling of digital signals. We combine high performance hardware with flexible software toolkits and connect them with streaming data paths. Our instruments enable you to process and control your digital signals on-the-fly.

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Time Tagger Series

Time Tagger Series

Capture digital signals from your application and process them on-the-fly with Swabian Instruments’ Time Tagger Series.

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Pulse Streamer

Pulse Streamer

Define complex digital signal patterns for your application with a Pulse Streamer.

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Swabian Instruments sets the stage for academic excellence with a single photon random sampling setup for students

Swabian Instruments went into partnership with Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) by supporting its educational initiative of creating a setup enabling students to perform Single Photon Random Sampling Experiments.

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Swabian Instruments meets city leaders

Last week, our team met with the Mayor of Stuttgart, Dr. Nopper, and former Minister-President of Baden-Württemberg Mr. Oettinger, at the Center for Applied Quantum Technology (ZAQ) in Stuttgart.

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Top universities and research institutes around the globe simplify their digital signal handling with Swabian Instruments' products.

Awards

“Truly pioneering technology and the major innovation advantage achieved by the developers”
“Truly pioneering technology and the major innovation advantage achieved by the developers”

In 2021, Swabian Instruments received the Stuttgarter Innovationspreis. This prestigious award honors the outstanding companies from Stuttgart that shape the future with their innovative ideas.

The distinguished jury led by the mayor of Stuttgart Dr. Frank Nopper included renowned innovation experts and leaders of successful business initiatives from the region.

The award appreciates our efforts to develop cutting edge measurement instrumentation for photonic quantum technology that we have been pushing forward together with our international customers over the past few years.

Learn more and watch the award ceremony on the official site of Stuttgarter Innovationspreis 2021.

In 2019, Swabian Instruments was a Top 3 finalist of the Deutscher Gründerpreis, Germany's most prestigious entrepreneur award.

The distinguished jury of the partner companies Porsche, Stern, ZDF, and the Sparkasse selected Swabian Instruments out of more than 600 prominent nominees. The jury was impressed by the "outstanding scientific competence" and the "persuasiveness of the founders".

The award recognizes the impact that our technology creates for high precision digital measurements. Have a look at Swabian Instruments' page on the official site of the Deutscher Gründerpreis.

“Remarkable economic development that is rarely achieved by an innovative university spin-off”
“Remarkable economic development that is rarely achieved by an innovative university spin-off”
“Measure what can be measured, and make measurable what cannot be measured.”
“Measure what can be measured, and make measurable what cannot be measured.”

In 2018 the Innovationspreis Baden-Württemberg, the most prestigious innovation award in the state, was awarded to Swabian Instruments by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut.

In her laudation, Dr. Christine Neuy, Managing Director of the microTEC cluster Südwest, summarized the outstanding achievements of Dr. Helmut Fedder, Dr. Michael Schlagmüller, and Markus Wick with a quote from Galileo Galilei: "Measure what can be measured, and make measurable what cannot be measured." "With the development of the Time Tagger, the three scientists have revolutionized measurement technology and enabled scientists all over the world to perform their measurements in a flexible, scalable, and cost-efficient way", she said.