Seriotec takes the safety of your personal data very seriously. Safeguarding your privacy when working with personal data is a matter of great importance to us. Seriotec will only ever handle personal data col-lected during visits to our web page in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations. It is im-portant to us for you to always know how we store your data, which data we store, and what we do with the data (principle of transparency). For this reason, we would like to briefly explain in the following how Seriotec uses your data, and what this specifically means for you when you use our services.

Personal data

Personal data are individual pieces of information about natural persons that allow conclusions to be drawn about their personal, commercial or actual circumstances. This includes, for example, information about their address and availability. This does not include information that cannot be directly linked to a real identity (e.g. visits to favourite websites or the number of users of a site). In principle, all of the different pages contained in the publicly accessible part of our website can be visited. No user authentication is required for this. We will only ask for your name and other personal information when you register for one of our personalised services. Otherwise it is not possible for us to deliver these services. To this extent, the entry of data is voluntary, but necessary for registration. All personal information provided by you will be treated in accordance with the relevant data protection laws. The data will only be processed for the specific purpose. They will not be passed on to third parties. The only exceptions to this are in cases in which the data need to be passed on to third parties in order to process your enquiry or request. To this regard, please be aware, that in the framework of our business relationships with payment processors (currently in particular Paymill and Braintree) and our partner ARRI, we forward personal data in order to enable payment procedures and project registrations.


We use an automatic statistical analysis tool that counts and analyses visits to our website for marketing and optimisation purposes. As part of this we will use your IP address in order to collect technical data relating among other things to Internet traffic and the browser and computer used. This anonymous in-formation is saved on secure internal systems, where it is kept separate from personal information so that no links can be established to individual persons. Usage profiles can be created under a pseudonym from these data. Cookies (see below) may be used for this purpose. This collection of data serves solely the purpose of optimising the way our website is set up for the requirements of our users and for market-ing purposes. The collected data will not be used to identify the visitor to this website unless the individ-ual involved grants his express permission, and they will not be combined with personal data about the carrier of the pseudonym. There is no linking of personal information with anonymous data, and we do not commercially exploit personal information that has been linked with anonymous data. You can object to the collection and saving of such data at any time with effect for the future.

Use of cookies

Our Internet site uses cookies. Cookies are small text files that are sent by the Web Server to your PC and are usually saved on your hard drive. They are not software programs that could penetrate into the operating system of the user and cause damage here. Although cookies can be used to identify the computer you are using, no personal data are saved directly via cookies. If you visit our website again in the future, the cookie will show that it is a repeat visit. You can configure your browser to always refuse to accept cookies or to always inform you before a cookie is saved. Further information about this can be found in the operating instructions of your Internet browser.

Withdrawal of consent

Furthermore, you can withdraw your consent to the collection, processing and usage of your personal data at any time with effect for the future. If you have shared personal data with us in the past (e.g. when requesting a newsletter), you can have such data easily deleted again at any time. To do this, either use the form available for this purpose to unsubscribe, send us an e-mail to or call us by telephone. Once you have correctly answered the security question, all of your data relating to this ser-vice will be permanently deleted from our records.

Links to other websites

Seriotec is not liable for third-party content that can be reached via hyperlinks. The linked external pages all contain third-party content for which we accept no liability and for the content of which we assume no responsibility. Although we check such content before posting the link to make sure it does not infringe applicable laws or contain indecent or inappropriate content, it is possible for content to be subsequently changed by providers. Seriotec is not obliged to continuously monitor the linked pages for changes. If, despite this, you become aware of illegal or otherwise inappropriate content on linked pages, please let us know. In addition, we expressly distance ourselves from illegal and inappropriate or indecent Internet content.

Questions, suggestions, comments

If you have any questions on how we use your personal data or on the topic of data protection in general, please contact us at This is also how you should get in touch with us if you require any information, would like to make any suggestions or if you have any complaints.