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Ekkono: Innovation in automotive
In this episode we welcome Jürgen Schäfer, Concept Engineer at Infineon, and Jon Lindén, CEO, from Ekkono, a Swedish software startup. Ekkono’s edge machine learning software runs onboard the devices such as vehicles, air conditioners and electrical motors. It enables smart, self-learning and predictive features. Together we talk about Artificial Intelligence in Automotive.
Let‘s speed up your market entry
As the world continues to embrace big data, increased connectivity, and automation, the IoT industry does not stop growing and is still booming. An increasing number of IoT startups are joining this trend. New companies founded by ambitious people who want to help shape the Internet of Things of the future – making the IoT what it needs to be: real, secure and easy. In this episode, we discuss with Lamin Ben-Hamdane, Head of Startup Cooperation at Infineon, why startups are so important for the IoT industry's ability to innovate and how we're helping them shape the future of the Internet of Things.
blixt: empowering the electric evolution
Blixt’s mission is to enable full software control of electricity, using solid state technology. The first two innovations, developed solely by Blixt, embrace both current and voltage control. The company holds +30 patent applications in the field of solid state circuit breakers, voltage conversion and battery technology.
Caaresys: contactless vehicle passenger monitoring system based on radar
Caaresys is a startup from Israel that develops contactless passenger monitoring systems to increase the safety and comfort of all passengers in the car (driver well-being, occupancy & forgotten child detection). In this podcast, we talk about our cooperation and the emerging application of in-cabin sensing.
Tributech: Turning data into reliable facts
Infineon is working with the startup Tributech from Austria. The company's vision is to turn data into reliable facts. For this purpose, the company offers its customers a so-called "data monetization service". In this podcast Infineon's Startup Cooperation Manager Lamin Ben-Hamdane talks about the cooperation with Tributech CEO Thomas Plank and Infineon Partnership Manager Inka Poppeck.
Blumio: Innovation in health tech
Blumio is a health-tech startup from Sillicon Valley, which develops a special radar based sensor to measure blood pressure. In this podcast Lamin Ben-Hamdane, Infineon's Startup Cooperation Manager is talking to Catherine Liao, Co-Founder and CEO of Blumio about the cooperation with Infineon.