Infineon, Sensirion team on Arduino shield for smart sensor applications  

Infineon, Sensirion team on Arduino shield for smart sensor applications  

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By Nick Flaherty

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Infineon Technologies has launched a Sensor Shield for Arduino to evaluate smart sensor systems in smart home and other consumer applications.

The Arduino shield incorporates a wide range of sensors from Infineon’s Xensiv portfolio along with Sensirion’s SHT35 humidity and temperature sensor which streamlines its capabilities and enhances the design journey of Infineon’s customers.

The shield allows design engineers to evaluate, prototype and develop sensor-based applications alongside Infineon microcontrollers, wireless connectivity and security chips.

“We are very pleased to be teaming up with Sensirion,“ said Philipp von Schierstädt, EVP & CSO Consumer, Computing & Communication at Infineon. “Together we can expand our product range and ease the work of application designers.”

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With the new shield customers addressing smart home applications such as HVAC will have the opportunity to develop within Infineon’s ecosystem and gain access to additional sensors beyond the company’s consumer sensor portfolio of microphones, pressure sensors, CO 2 and radar sensors.

The sensors in the shield include the Xensiv 60 GHz Radar, PAS CO2, Pressure, PDM Microphones, IMU accelerometer and the Sensirion SHT35 humidity and temperature sensor, linking to Infineon’s PSoC 6, AIROC Bluetooth SoC and WiFi microcontroller kits via Arduino Uno connector.

The shield is fully enabled to work with Infineon’s ModusToolbox software development platform for simplified software integration. This provides a comprehensive development environment: a unified platform with all tools and resources needed for embedded system development. Included code generation and configuration wizards automate repetitive tasks and simplify complex configurations.

The ModusToolbox development ecosystem is designed to scale with project requirements and adapt to changing needs, providing developers with essential libraries and code examples necessary for rapidly prototyping a variety of applications as well as Imagimob Machine Learning.

The Xensiv Sensor Shield for Arduino will be available in the third quarter of 2024 and shown at Embedded World in Nuremberg next week.

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