Besides the common benefits of micro-structured reactors such as enhanced mass and heat transfer caused by a high specific surface and enhanced mixing, they have also drawbacks due to their tiny dimensions. Non-invasive temperature measurement is an important issue for micro process engineering regarding to process control and safety issues. High resolution and robustness are requirements which should be met by the temperature measuring method. Thin film technology combines the possibility to manufacture micro scaled structures with great flexibility in choosing material and geometry of the structures. Layers of aluminum with a thickness in nanometer range are deposited on flexible polyimide foil and structured lithographically to obtain electrical conductor tracks which are used as temperature sensors based on their electrical resistance. The produced temperature sensors were calibrated in the range from 20 to 70 °C and the accuracy of the sensors was checked.