Singapore, October 25, 2019 – Infineon Technologies (FSE: IFX / OTCQX: IFNNY) today signed three separate Memorandums of Understanding to boost innovation in Singapore at OktoberTech Asia Pacific 2019.

1. ST Engineering Land Systems, Xnergy and Infineon
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From left to right -
Back row: Dr. Reinhard Ploss (Chief Executive, Infineon Technologies), Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam (Senior Minister, Singapore), Mr. Chua Chee Seong (President and Managing Director, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific), Dr. Ulrich Sante (German Ambassador to Singapore) and Dr. Lee Shiang Long (President, ST Engineering Land Systems)
Front row: Dr. CF Tong (Founder and CEO, Xnergy), Ms. Amy Ng (Deputy Head, Global Robotics, ST Engineering) and Dr. Laurent Filipozzi (Vice President and Site Head, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific)

ST Engineering’s Land Systems arm will collaborate with Xnergy, a wireless charging partner, to incorporate wireless charging to the next generation of Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR), allowing it to operate within a clean room environment at Infineon’s Smart Factory. The first trial will take place in early 2020, allowing ST Engineering to apply its robotics system expertise in an advanced manufacturing setting.

2. Avnet Asia and Infineon

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From left to right -
Back row: Dr. Reinhard Ploss (Chief Executive, Infineon Technologies), Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam (Senior Minister, Singapore), Mr. Chua Chee Seong (President and Managing Director, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific) and Dr. Ulrich Sante (German Ambassador to Singapore)
Front row: Mr. Lim King Soon (Vice President, Distribution Management, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific) and Ms. Tan Aik Hoon (Regional President, South Asia, Korea and Avnet United)

Avnet Asia and Infineon join forces to offer startups and incubators from technology-related sectors in Southeast Asia the opportunity to accelerate development and growth.

3. Singapore Polytechnic and Infineon Polytechnic

From left to right -
Back row: Dr. Reinhard Ploss (Chief Executive, Infineon Technologies), Mr. Tharman Shanmugaratnam (Senior Minister, Singapore), Mr. Chua Chee Seong (President and Managing Director, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific) and Dr. Ulrich Sante (German Ambassador to Singapore)
Front row: Mr. Loh Yew Chiong (Senior Director, Engineering Cluster, Singapore Polytechnic) and Mr. Francis Foo (Vice President, Power Management & Multimarket, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific)

Singapore Polytechnic and Infineon have set up the Singapore Polytechnic-Infineon Innovation Centre to accelerate ideas to prototype solutions focusing on IoT and robotics applications. The Innovation Centre will enable students to conceptualize microelectronics solutions for their problem statements within a short time.