Infineon to highlight sustainability at CES

  • December 28, 2022
  • Steve Rogerson

German electronics company Infineon Technologies will highlight at next week’s CES in Las Vegas how IoT technology can mitigate climate change and enable digital transformation.

Infineon will present IoT security options, smart sensors and semiconductors that help shape a sustainable future. With semiconductors at the heart of the transformation to a net zero economy, the company will display a number of demonstrations that outline its drive towards decarbonisation and digitalisation.

Located at the Venetian Titian Ballrooms, Infineon will show various security offerings ranging from hardware security controllers with software, to Matter-enabled products. Demonstrations include Infineon’s Cirrent Cloud ID with Optiga Trust M Express for easy device provisioning and cloud onboarding. The cloud connectivity manager is a service that enables managing a secured device identity between the silicon and cloud layers.

Other show highlights comprise Wifi 6 LE audio demonstrations, along with Matter-enabled devices including battery-powered applications and a wifi smart lock.

Non-profit organisation Rainforest Connection (RFCx) is using Infineon’s semiconductors to help monitor and protect vulnerable rainforest ecosystems. The technology enables RFCx and its partners to detect wildfires in real time, along with other potential threats to wildlife. As well as this demonstration, Infineon will show various environmental, power, smart home and building applications. Demonstrations include Infineon’s smart alarm system and Xensiv connected sensor kit (CSK) which were both selected as CES 2023 Innovation Award honourees.

In the LVCC West Hall, Infineon will show automotive technology in an open car frame. Highlights include ADAS, lighting, wireless battery management and over-the-air security firmware updates, along with various touch products throughout the vehicle. It will also highlight its in-cabin monitoring systems using a 60GHz radar sensor and the HybridPack Drive power module.

The company’s Excelon F-RAM used in automotive was also recently selected as a CES 2023 Innovation Award honouree.

Additionally, Infineon will show the luxury Lucid Air Model EV with a more than 640km range. And it will demonstrate REEcorner technology as part of a modular platform design for vehicles.