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MWS EU 2022 Speaker

Laurent Remont

  • Infineon Technologies AG
  • VP Sensor Systems
  • Biography

– VP sensor systems at Infineon Munich for 3 years (Radar, Microphones, pressure, ToF and gas sensor systems)

– CTO and VP engineering at S&T-Kontron Munich for 3 years (embedded computing for industrial, medical, transportation)

– Various executive roles at STMicroelectronics Grenoble (VP technology, GM business line, VP system architecture) for 15 years

  • Presentation
KEYNOTE: Sense-compute-connect-breathe: how connected MEMS-based CO2 sensors shape smart homes and smart buildings of the future

During the pandemic, measuring what matters became a new priority. MEMS-based CO2 sensors are already supporting the new normal of air quality monitoring. To make sense of the data, a holistic approach to sensor systems is required. We will explore real-world examples of how connected MEMS-based CO2 systems are used in smart buildings already today for demand-controlled ventilation and how easy rapid prototyping of sense-compute-connect can be with the right tool. We will also provide a preview of how the Matter standard will help make the use of MEMS-based CO2 sensors in smart homes even easier and safer.

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  • Company Profile

Infineon Technologies AG

Infineon designs, develops, manufactures and markets a broad range of semiconductors and system solutions. The focus of its activities is on automotive and industrial electronics, communication and information technologies, IoT, sensor technology and security. The product range comprises standard components, software, customer-specific solutions for devices and systems, as well as specific components for digital, analog, and mixed-signal applications. About 55 percent of Infineon’s revenue is generated by power semiconductors, about 28 percent by embedded control and connectivity solutions (microcontrollers for automotive, industrial as well as security applications, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and combos), about 12 percent by radio-frequency components and sensors, and about five percent by memory ICs for specific applications.

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