Steiner-Bisley GmbH, also called Steiner-Bisley Industries, is a German weapons and robotics manufacturing company based in Düsseldorf. Their logo is a stylized letter S, which is the first letter of the company's name. Steiner-Bisley products are common in the 2020s.
Steiner-Bisley produces weapons, weapon attachments, and armed robots. Its products have designs that suggest high manufacturing quality.
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- Steiner-Bisley is featured in Breach. The Darknet file A Life's Work concerns an investigation for an ex-Steiner-Bisley employee, who was allegedly robbed of his designs for a revolutionary new power source.
- The company name appears to be a reference to the Jessica Hynes and Simon Pegg comedy series, Spaced, in which the main characters are named Daisy Steiner and Tim Bisley.
- The name is also similar to the Steiner-Ginn gun brand in the science fiction novel Endymion by Dan Simmons.
- Despite being of German origin and base, all weapons and other products by Steiner-Bisley bears English-styled names.
- Bisley is the name of the British NRA's (National Rifles Association's) shooting range in Surrey, United Kingdoms.
- Steiner-Bisley has a company website created for the Mankind Divided ad campaign, which can be visited here.
- ↑ According to The Art of Deus Ex Universe, weapon designs in Deus Ex: Human Revolution were divided into "Germasia" and "Amerussia" groups, the former having characteristics of high manufacturing quality, and the latter having characteristics of lower manufacturing costs.
- ↑ According to the in-game description for Hefecrocken beer in Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Deus Ex: The Fall.