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Infineon > Pressure sensor for mobile and wearable devices | Sampo Härkönen
Date: 2015-03-11 14:41Read: 113692







High-end smart phones are already capable of indoor navigation, but GPS vertical resolution still does not meet the requirements. Often, the
GPS signal is not even accessible inside the buildings.

Pressure sensors can help here: They are already integrated into mobile and wearable devices and calculate the altitude with the help of the
measured pressure.

Watch this video to see how Infineon’s pressure sensor technology is enabling high precision indoor navigation and paving the way for new
applications in fitness, wellbeing and activity tracking.

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Pressure sensor for mobile and wearable devices | Sampo Härkönen
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 14:41 - 113,692 views
High-end smart phones are already capable of indoor navigation, but GPS vertical resolution still does not meet the requirements. Often, the GPS signal is not even accessible inside the buildings. Pressure sensors can help here: They are already integrated into mobile and wearable devices and calculate the altitude with the help of the measured pressure. Watch this video to see how Infineon’s pressure sensor technology is enabling high precision indoor navigation and paving the way for new applications in fitness, wellbeing and activity tracking.
Infineon and Watchdata at Mobile World Congress
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 12:24 - 9,301 views
Thomas Rosteck, Vice President & General Manager Secure Mobile & Transaction at Infineon, about Smart Card Payment / Mobile Payment Thierry Sert, Head of pre-sales EMEA at Watchdata presents the Watchdata Sharkey inkluding the Infineon security chip. #mwc15 www.infineon.com/mwc
Infineon Illumination Mobile World Congress 2015
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 12:18 - 12,476 views
Infineon booth at the #mwc15
security iot demo
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 09:56 - 15,340 views
Securing End-To-End Communicartions in the Internet of things help you to protect your valuable data. Mobile World Congress 2015, Barcelona. #mwc15 #IoT http://www.infineon.com/cms/en/produc...
cipurse demo
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 09:55 - 15,477 views
See how to use Cipurse in different applications like transport, access and micro payment. Mobile World Congress Barcelona #mwc15 http://www.infineon.com/cms/en/produc...
backhaul demo
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 09:53 - 16,043 views
Infineons gigabit wireless backhaul demo. Mobile World Congress 2015, Barcelona #mwc15 http://www.infineon.com/cms/en/produc...
pressuresensor demo
by Infineon - 2015-03-11 09:53 - 15,994 views
Infineon presents the new pressure sensor enabling high precision indoor navigation for mobile and wearable devices on the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona. #mwc15. http://www.infineon.com/cms/en/produc...
Protecting mobile devices from compromise and malware | Steve Hanna
by Infineon - 2015-03-04 11:02 - 10,101 views
Mobile security threats are on the rise. Mobile malware such as malicious apps can endanger confidential information like personal data and even cause severe financial damage. Hardware security provides strong protection for keys and allows reliable prevention or detection of changes made to the device. Watch this video to see why hardware-based security solutions are a reliable tool for protecting against mobile security threats.
Making your data center more efficient with Infineon
by Infineon - 2015-02-03 14:28 - 8,607 views
Mobile data traffic has seen exponential growth thanks to the Internet, Facebook and Cloud Computing. This has also led to an increase in hyper data centers. More than ever, data center operators need energy efficient solutions to help them reduce their operational costs and fulfill climate objectives. Watch this video to see how Infineon’s semiconductor solutions can help achieve this optimization.
Protecting your business case with Infineon
by Infineon - 2015-02-03 14:28 - 11,282 views
Counterfeit products are a major problem for brands and for the global economy: they can cause the loss of hundreds of billions in revenue, tax income and even jobs. To counteract this development, manufacturers need reliable and easy to implement security solutions – such as authentication products for electronic accessories – to help protect their business case. Watch this video to see how Infineon’s hardware-based OPTIGA™ Trust security solution helps verify the authenticity of electronic accessories.

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