Jobst Technologies is a matured technology orientated enterprise offering its core competencies in the overlap between micro systems technology and electrochemical analytics both as service and products to his customers.

Founded in 2002 as spin off from the chair of sensors at Freiburg Institute of Micro Systems Technology, Jobst Technologies started working as campus based company at IMTEK and since 2007 has own premises at Biotech Park Freiburg.

In 2015 Jobst Technologies was acquired by the Swiss company Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG.

Our emerging product portfolio encompasses chemical sensors for methanol, ethanol, and oxygen, biosensors for glucose and lactate, microfluidic systems such as static micromixers, complete monitoring solutions comprising of sensor arrays, microfluidics, electronics, and software, and robotic dispensing systems for smallest volumes.

The flexibility of our technology portfolio not only ensures development and production at competitive costs but also allows realisation of cost effective customised solutions.


The above wren, recently bird of the year, made by the artist Joachim Bihl from sandstone, was provided by Jobst Technologies to the NABU for an auction as an additional effort of environmental responsibility. The wren, one of the smallest birds, is a biological success story with an amazing vivacity and spreading. We do not have the vision to provide solutions that smart – but pretty smart and even smaller – and feel confirmed in our concept by the satisfaction of our customers.

NABU Stiftung Naturerbe