Challenges and Design Considerations for Next Generation Wireless Power Systems

In partnership with Infineon Technologies


Whether at home, in the car, or on the go, wireless charging will continue to influence our daily lives in the coming years and will be used to charge various applications such as smartphones, wearables, tablets, notebooks, multi-copter, service robots, and more.


Wireless power transfer is not a trivial endeavor — customers want more spatial freedom and higher power ratings, while OEMs want smaller form factors, high efficiencies, a certified and safe product, good heat management, and low cost. These factors result in more engineering challenges.


In this Infineon webinar, learn more about how to meet the expectations and develop safe and efficient wireless power systems enabling fast charging speed and maximum user convenience.


Explore a broad selection of semiconductors, such as MOSFETs, driver ICs, microcontroller with software, security solutions, voltage regulators, and reference designs to address the leading standards (inductive and resonant) in the market. Additionally, learn more about current available wireless charging technologies, market insights, and upcoming solutions for wireless charging.




Verena Lackner



Verena Lackner is Global Application Marketing Manager for Wireless Charging for Consumer & Industrial Applications within the Power & Sensor Systems division of Infineon and is located in Villach. She holds a Master’s Degree in International Business Studies with a focus on Marketing and has over 7 years of experience within the semiconductor industry.


Marcel Konstantinov



Marcel Konstantinov is a Technical Business Development Manager for Wireless Charging for Consumer & Industrial Applications within the Power & Sensor Systems division of Infineon and is located in Munich. He holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in industrial engineering from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology with focus on information technology, renewable energy, and entrepreneurship. Marcel has studied, worked, and lived in Germany, Chile, Norway, and the UK and has been with Infineon for 2 years.

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