Cookies ensure that the content of this website is displayed correctly.
Syslogic was founded in Switzerland in 1986. The company first started by selling standard products for industrial control. Syslogic developed quickly to a competent partner for industrial computers and HMI systems (Human-Machine Interface).
Two German subsidiaries
Syslogic was first located in Dietikon and then in Baden until moved to its current headquarters in Baden-Dättwil in 2005. The building has a modern manufacturing hall and a spacious office tract. Syslogic also has two subsidiaries in Waldshut-Tiengen, Baden-Württemberg and in Bannewitz, Sachsen.
Syslogic is one of the few European embedded specialists which offers everything from one source. All work, from development and construction through to manufacturing is done by Syslogic in-house in Germany or in Switzerland. Thanks to its very hi-tech machinery and its streamlined production processes, Syslogic can provide European quality at a good price-performance ratio.
In recent years, Syslogic expanded its product assortment to include embedded computer and HMI systems for mobile uses. Thanks to the uncompromising industrial construction methods, Syslogic equipment is particularly well-suited for use in construction and special vehicles, trains and mobile machinery.
Syslogic benefits from know-how in SSD storage
All Syslogic units do not use moving parts. Syslogic uses exclusively SSD storage (solid state drives). In so doing Syslogic is able to benefit from the know-how of its sister company, Systronics, which specializes in selling industrial flash storage. Systronics has good contacts to SSD manufacturers and is the official distribution partner for Cactus Technologies and Apacer.
With many years of accumulated know-how, in-house manufacturing and high quality standards, Syslogic can offers industrial computers and HMI systems that are among the most durable and reliable on the market today.
The search function allows you to search the website. Just enter your search term in the bar, and press Enter to see the search results.