18 June 2024

Secured Smart Access: Building the Future of Smart Homes

As our homes evolve and mature from simply being “connected” to truly “smart”, every entry point is a critical safety and security risk. Designing for convenient yet secured smart home access is more critical than ever.

Join us for this informative webinar as we explore the key solutions for improving secured smart access across applications including surveillance & IP cameras, video doorbells, smart locks, automatic gate and door opening systems, and integrated alarm systems. We will also explore how the Matter framework will improve interoperability, simplify adoption and installation, and accelerate the evolution of the smart home.

Tune in and discover:

  • Why safety, security, interoperability, and convenience are the foundational building blocks for the future smart home
  • How to get started with Infineon's smart home solutions for secured access applications
  • Examples of real-world secured smart access use cases

This webinar was recorded and is now available on our on-demand page.


Declan Starr

Director of Marketing for Smart Home Applications, Infineon Technologies

Declan has successfully guided innovative leading-edge connected HMI solutions from concept through to mass production within challenging segments such as Consumer, Industrial and Automotive. Having spent over two decades architecting, designing, and implementing innovative Touch-based UI solutions, he understands the complexities and challenges associated with architecting, integrating, and deploying complex IoT systems such as Smart Access. Declan holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Electronic Engineering from the University of Limerick, Ireland.


Hassan Kamel

Technical Marketing Engineer, Mouser Electronics

Hassan Kamel is a Technical Marketing Engineer at Mouser Electronics. His role involves creating technical content, building demos, and strengthening relationships with key manufacturing partners. He holds a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Munich, specializing in sensor development. During his studies, Hassan worked on various projects involving environmental sensing, computer vision, and virtual reality, broadening his knowledge about the latest trends in the tech industry.

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