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Meeting the Need for Secured Authentication in Wireless Charging

Start Date:10/21/2020

Start Time:11:00 AM EDT

Duration:60 minutes


As wireless charging begins to see wider adoption due to its convenience, the need for security becomes even more critical. Designing security into wireless devices enables a safe, reliable and convenient way to charge electronic devices. It also prevents overheating, counterfeits and other safety concerns.

The Wireless Power Consortium soon to be released version 1.3 of the Qi specifications, which requires strong cryptographic authentication for Qi-certified transmitters. The new requirement ensures that products can prove that they have Qi certification, which demonstrates their compliance with WPC usage and safety standards.

During this webcast, attendees will learn about the soon to be released specifications and best practices on designing security elements into wireless devices.

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Patrick Carrier

Channel Marketing

Infineon Technologies

Patrick Carrier is Channel Marketing & Business Development Manager for Security Products in Eastern North America for Infineon Technologies. He is responsible for security microcontrollers sold for consumer products for authentication, IoT security, smart card applications. Patrick has 9 years experience in the semiconductor industry, and has held roles in both application engineering and marketing with respect to wireless and security products. He has a BS in Electronic Engineering Technology from DeVry University.

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