After completing a 3 1/2 year apprenticeship as a radio and television technician he was called to the "Bundeswehr" to repair and maintain radio transmitters. Afterwards, he studied Engineering Informatics at the University of Applied Science in Bingen. While studying he launched his first company on his own and developed a field bus system connectable to MacWorkbench (1986), one of the first graphical measure and control applications on the Apple Mac. In 1988 he took over the complete application development. After doing development for twenty-foot, container-based water cleaning and electro mobile cars he extended software development to iOS apps with the appearance of the iPhone. He started development for CardioSecur in 2011 and has been part of the CardioSecur team since 2016.