Sensorbis collects website browsing data to improve the website navigation and for usage statistics and analysis.
Those data may include your operating system name and version, your browser name and version, a portion of your IP address (anonymized IP address), your preferred language and actions related to navigation of the website.
Browsing data may be manipulated and aggregated for statistical and analytical purposes. The resulting data may be publicly disclosed, without any information that could be used to identify you.
Those data may be managed and stored using proprietary or third-party’s systems (e.g. “cloud services”) and may be transferred to, manipulated by and stored by third-party entities, referred to as Processors. Processors are obliged to guarantee the same level of protection for the personal data and the same rights of data subject. Processors could be located in EU or outside EU.
If you act in behalf of a corporation, a partnership or an association, whether for profit or not for profit, or in behalf of a government entity, you agree that we may publicly reference its name as a customer of this service and we may display its logo in association with its name.
We may contact you to inform you about service notifications, changes, updates, upgrades and other purposes related to the utilization of the service.
The entity responsible for the collection and management of your data is
You have the rights to information, correction, deletion, restriction, data portability, revocation and opposition.
In order to exercise your rights or to obtain the list of Processors, you can send a written communication to the aforementioned address or send an e-mail to
Your request will be fulfilled within one month from receipt.
Clearly unfounded or excessive requests, expecially in the case of frequent repetitions, by a data subject, can be either refused or subject to a reasonable remuneration.
The request to data deletion may also be refused if processing is required:
- to fulfill a legal obligation which makes the processing necessary under the Austrian law;
- for reasons of public interest in the field of public health;
- to assert, exercise or defend legal claims.
A cookie is a small file stored by the browser on the user's computer or other web-enabled device. It holds a small amount of data specific to the website that writes it. A cookie is accessible only from the domain for which it was created.
You can disable or delete the cookies following the guide for your browser. Disabling the cookies could impair the functionality of the website.