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New environmental sensor technology: photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS) miniaturizes CO2 sensors

NOV
11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Lecture Embedded Forum > IoT, Connectivity, Security

10:40-11:00 h | Virtual

With growing evidence that COVID-19 is commonly transmitted in crowded and poorly ventilated indoor spaces, CO2 sensors are highly beneficial in monitoring the indoor air quality, ensuring continuous proper ventilation and consequently cleaning the indoor air from dangerous pathogens.
Leveraging its advanced MEMS technology, Infineon Technologies has developed a disruptive CO2 sensor based on photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS).
XENSIV™ PAS CO2 will open up a new era of smaller CO2 sensors enabling the scalability of numerous use-cases that affect our quality of life in indoor spaces, ranging from more energy efficient ventilation systems, work productivity, to even helping to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Subjects: Embedded systems

Speaker: Hicham Riffi (Infineon Technologies)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

With growing evidence that COVID-19 is commonly transmitted in crowded and poorly ventilated indoor spaces, CO2 sensors are highly beneficial in monitoring the indoor air quality, ensuring continuous proper ventilation and consequently cleaning the indoor air from dangerous pathogens.
Leveraging its advanced MEMS technology, Infineon Technologies has developed a disruptive CO2 sensor based on photoacoustic spectroscopy (PAS).
XENSIV™ PAS CO2 will open up a new era of smaller CO2 sensors enabling the scalability of numerous use-cases that affect our quality of life in indoor spaces, ranging from more energy efficient ventilation systems, work productivity, to even helping to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

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Hicham Riffi

Hicham Riffi is Director Product Marketing for Environmental Sensors at Infineon Technologies. Since he joined Infineon in 2012, Hicham has been active in emerging sensors strategy and business development. Prior to 2012, he worked in various functions such as R&D, Applications Engineering and Sales support. Hicham holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and an MBA degree

 

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Hicham Riffi

Hicham Riffi is Director Product Marketing for Environmental Sensors at Infineon Technologies. Since he joined Infineon in 2012, Hicham has been active in emerging sensors strategy and business development. Prior to 2012, he worked in various functions such as R&D, Applications Engineering and Sales support. Hicham holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering and an MBA degree

 

Hicham Riffi
Director Product Marketing, Environmental Sensors

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