Experience Infineon's world of IoT for your mobile business!
Get inspired and discover how we connect the real and the digital world.
We are pleased to present our extensive portfolio of powerful products and solutions shaping the future of the Internet of Things.
Let us guide you through a show full of inspiring key notes and expert talks with insights into our newest powerful product solutions to enable contextual awareness, reliable wireless connectivity and robust security.
Together with our host Jasmin Pour-Fischer and her unbeatable cute co-host Roboy 3.0 as well as partners from around the world, we want to inspire you for your mobile business.
Contextually aware devices for more intuitive human interaction
Here at Infineon, our vision is to make all electronic devices contextually aware by giving them human senses so they can see, hear, feel, and even smell.
Everything from wearables and home appliances to robots, cars, machines, and building automation systems should be able to detect and understand their surroundings, and to react in a contextually sensitive way.
These intuitive sensing capabilities will mean that humans can interact with smart devices in a more natural and seamless way than ever. More contextual awareness also paves the way for greater process efficiency in industry.
Digitalization is one of the defining trends of our time, transforming all areas of life and potentially providing innovative answers to many of the key challenges facing society. We are rapidly moving towards a world where almost all “things” will be connected.
Not surprisingly, COVID-19 has had a massive impact on the pace of change, shifting customer interaction to the digital space and converting analog products and services into digital offerings. The pandemic has speeded up the adoption of digital technologies worldwide by several years and many of these changes could be here for the long haul.
All of this connectivity is being enabled by powerful, reliable, and robust microelectronics – tiny devices that are making everyday “things” such as wearables, cars, and industrial machines “intelligently connected” so they can exchange essential information to make our lives easier. Here at Infineon, we are committed to delivering the reliable wireless connectivity technologies needed to make the IoT work.
We may be able to connect to the Internet from any device or location – but one thing never changes: Security is key. To work, the IoT has to be secure. Infineon’s aim is to create trust in the digital world so that users, enterprises, and organizations can unleash the full potential of the IoT – safe in the knowledge that their personal data, sensitive information, and industrial IP remain safe and unchanged.
IoT security starts with authenticity. Genuine device identities or “identities of things” are crucial to cover all steps and layers in the authentication and communication process as data travels from “things” over networks to backend systems and onwards to other things. Our > OPTIGA™ family of embedded security solutions was developed specifically to meet the pressing need for end-to-end security across all network layers and devices.
Dr. Helmut Gassel has been a member of the Management Board and Chief Marketing Officer of Infineon Technologies AG since 2016.
He was born in 1964 in Dortmund, Germany.
Dr. Helmut Gassel holds a Diploma in Physics from the Ruhr-University in Bochum, Germany. He received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University Duisburg, Germany.
He joined Infineon (Siemens AG until 1999) in 1995.
Andreas Urschitz has been leading the Divisions Power & Sensor Systems since 2012.
He studied Commercial Science at WU Vienna in 1990.
Andreas Urschitz joined the product planning and strategy department of Infineon in 1995.
Infineon‘s Power & Sensor Systems division manufactures energy-saving chips and sensors linking the real to the digital world. Their products make devices more energy-efficient, increase ease of use and enable a more in-depth understanding of the user and their surroundings.
Dr. Bernd Buxbaum is founding CEO/CTO of pmdtechnologies ag and Chairman of the Executive Board (CEO).
He studied Microelectronics and Business Administration at Darmstadt University of Technology as well as University of Siegen and received his Ph.D. in Optoelectronics 2002.
Bernd is also an entrepreneur and investor in High-Tech companies as well as member of several supervisory boards.
Damien Wilson is the CEO of The Freedman Group, home to RØDE Microphones, Aphex, Event Electronics and SoundField.
He is a multi-talented senior executive with over 25 years’ experience in advertising, sales, marketing and business development.
Prior to the Freedman Group, Damien was Creative Director of boutique advertising agencies The Shop and Peer Group.
He joined the Freedman Electronics/RØDE team in 2007 as Marketing Manager and within a year was made Global Sales and Marketing Director. He acted as General Manager of RØDE Microphones, LLC in the USA until 2013 before returning home to Australia as the new CEO of the Freedman Group in 2016.
Philipp von Schierstädt has been Business Line Head RFS and Extended Board Member of the Power & Sensor Systems Division at Infineon Technologies AG since 2011.
He studied mechanical engineering and economics (Dipl. Ing. Technical University Berlin), holds a Master in Economics (University of St. Andrews) and has written his engineering diploma thesis at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT USA).
Philipp von Schierstädt joined the Corporate Strategy department of Infineon in 2001.
Thomas Rosteck has been leading the Division Connected Secure Systems since 2017.
He studied Business Management and Computer Science at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
Thomas is also an active member of various advisory EU, government and industry bodies dedicated to advancing research, trust, standardization, certification and cybersecurity in an increasingly connected world.
He joined the Trusted Computing department of Infineon in 1998.
Dr. Rob Conant is responsible for cloud software, ecosystem, and marketing for Infineon’s IoT compute and wireless business.
Rob is an entrepreneur and innovator who has been a founder or executive in multiple successful hardware and software companies in the IoT. Rob has a PhD from University of California at Berkeley with a focus on MEMS.
Rob joined Cypress and then Infineon in 2018 through the acquisition of Cirrent, where he was the founder and CEO.
Christian Schneckenburger is Lead Principal System Architect for IoT Security in the Connected Secure Systems division at Infineon Technologies.
Christian is Infineon’s primary representative at GSMA and he is also Infineon’s delegate in the ETSI Smart Card Platform committee.
Christian obtained a degree in microsystems technology in 1998. Since then he has accumulated over 20 years of experience in the embedded security and mobile communication markets and has established close ties with mobile network operators across the globe.
Edoardo has been leading Deed since 2016 as CEO and Founder in Turin, Italy.
Degree in Architecture and following in Media & Interaction Design at ECAL in Switzerland. He fills the multiple roles of designer, director, inspiring thinker, developer and maker with an eye for world-class design.
His main vision is interpreting the relationship between technology and man to explore and realize innovative experiences."
Alberto has been leading Deed since 2000 as Chief Technical Officer in Turin, Italy.
He studied electrical engineering at the institute for quantum electronics in Florence, Italy.
Alberto has more than 15 years of experience in product development, new technology introduction and strategic innovation in multiple sectors and in various enterprise realities.