Data protection

Basic principles

We are aware that the appropriate processing of personal data is an indispensable aspect of data protection law.

We do not sell your data and treat all collected data confidentially. The data will be processed in accordance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act and, from May 25, 2018, in accordance with the GDPR.

We only collect and process personal data if you knowingly provided it to us yourself. So you can visit this website anonymously.

Purpose of data collection

Your personal data will be processed by us in order to make and execute agreements regarding our services in the area of ​​product development, innovation and product management. The data can also be used to improve our services and manage relationships with our customers.

The data collected is used to contact you, e.g. B. to answer questions or to send documents. You will only receive mailings and downloads if you have expressly registered or asked for them. If you unsubscribe from mailings, the data will be removed from our database.

Marketing activities

We collect general website visitor information as part of our marketing activities. In general, we collect as little data as possible and the data is anonymized as much as possible.

Use of cookies

We use cookies to save your settings and preferences. A cookie is a small file that contains pages from this website and is sent by your browser to your computer’s hard drive.

Website statistics

Since we would like to know how our visitors use the website, we work with Google Analytics and Hotjar. Hotjar and Google set cookies through this website. The information received is analyzed for us by Hotjar and Google. The information is anonymized as much as possible. We cannot track you personally.

Hotjar and Google only pass on the information received to third parties if they are legally obliged to do so or if third parties process the information on behalf of Hotjar and Google. We have not authorized Hotjar or Google to use the information received for other services. Google is an American company. The information collected is stored on US servers. Google complies with the EU-US Privacy Shield principles.

Social media buttons

We want to facilitate the exchange of information from our website for you. You can do this using a number of social media buttons on our website. We use buttons from LinkedIn, Xing, Facebook and GooglePlus. Most social media channels work with cookies and comply with the EU-US Privacy Shield. Please read the data protection declarations of the respective social media channels to find out what they do with the information collected.

Deactivating and removing cookies

Would you like to deactivate or delete cookies? You can do this in your browser settings. If necessary, use the help function of your browser to find out how you can do this.


We protect the data entrusted to us with technical and administrative security measures in order to minimize the risk of loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and modification. You can think of firewalls, encryption of data, and physical and administrative control of access to the data and servers. If you believe that data has been misused, please contact us. You can find our contact details below.

Saved data

Aspect Development GmbH uses Google Analytics and Hotjar to monitor, among other things, how visitors have reached our website. If you contact us, we will save the name you entered and the email address you used. We also do this when you register for mailings or request downloads. When you request a quote or become a customer of ours, your name and contact details will be saved.

Your rights

If you have a relationship with us, you can contact us to have your data changed or removed. You can unsubscribe from our mailings and other informative e-mails at any time using opt-out links. Your name and email address will then be removed.

We do not process personal data using the cookies placed. We have no influence on the use of cookies by social media channels. The data we receive through Hotjar and Google Analytics cannot be traced back to individuals. If you have any questions