Andreas Schneider (Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder)
Andreas Schneider was appointed president of EnOcean in January 2017. He is one of the co-founders of EnOcean and has been Chief Marketing Officer of the company since 2001.
Andreas Schneider's career has focused on creating markets for innovative wireless technology and developing worldwide sales strategies for the purpose. In the five years before EnOcean GmbH was founded, he was responsible for worldwide marketing of GSM modules at Siemens AG. Prior to that he spent nine years in the global systems and product business of a number of companies - among other things as sales director for trunked radio systems at Rohde & Schwarz BICK Mobilfunk GmbH.
Andreas Schneider studied electrical engineering at Munich Technical University, with a special interest in RF engineering and components. In the course of his career he has obtained various management qualifications, for instance at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Stanford, INSEAD, and the Indian Institute of Management.
Frank Schmidt (Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder)
Frank Schmidt is a pioneer in energy harvesting and the visionary in management team of EnOcean. As Chief Technology Officer he is responsible for the overall technical orientation, patent related activities as well as the relationship management with educational, research and scientific organizations. Before joining EnOcean he was at the Central Research Department of Siemens AG where he created the self-powered wireless sensor technology as early as 1995. He has been granted more than 40 patents for his energy harvesting inventions and is the author of numerous technical publications in this field. Frank is a Physicist and studied at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany.
Jürgen Baryla (Vice President Sales)
As Vice President Sales, Jürgen Baryla heads the EnOcean sales team in the EMEA region and is responsible for revenue and business development in this region. Jürgen Baryla has more than 25 years experience in building automation technology and several years experience in the area of smart home applications. Before joining EnOcean, Baryla worked at Grundig Sat Systems, where he was responsible for global sales and marketing. Prior to this, he was employed by Somfy GmbH as a sales manager, where he significantly expanded the electrical and system business markets and sales channels. Previously, Jürgen Baryla worked for several years as a Profit Center Manager in the area of electronic security technology with the U.S-based Tyco group.
Matthias Kassner (Vice President Product Marketing)
Matthias Kassner is responsible for defining highly innovative future EnOcean products and product marketing activities for the current portfolio. Before joining EnOcean, Matthias worked 12 years at Texas Instruments (TI) in various positions ranging from Wireless Field Application Engineer to EMEA Product Marketing Manager for TI’s Application Processor portfolio. Matthias holds the degree of Diplom Ingenieur in Electrical Engineering from Technical University Ilmenau.
Graham Martin (Vice President Strategic Alliance)
Graham Martin is a veteran of the electronics industry with more than 25 years' experience in analog and RF solutions. Before joining EnOcean, he held various engineering and marketing posts in the USA and Europe. Most recently he was responsible for business development at wireless sensor networks spe-cialist Chipcon. At the same time he was president of Figure8Wireless and vice chairman of ZigBee Alliance.
Graham Martin studied in the USA and Britain, and graduated in physics at Edinburgh University, Scotland.
Oliver Sczesny (President EnOcean Inc and Co-founder)
Oliver Sczesny, President of EnOcean Inc, is a co-inventor of the fundamental principles of energy harvesting wireless sensor technology and one of the co-founders of EnOcean. He is responsible for the management of the world wide application engineering team. Oliver Sczesny has specialized in high frequency technology with unique skills in layout, simulation and testing of high frequency circuits and antennas. He began his career with Siemens AG at the Corporate Research and Development Division in Munich, Germany. Oliver’s work covered several disciplines focusing on wireless sensor applications and wireless remote interrogation of passive sensors. His work has resulted in several patents being granted. He left Siemens as a Senior Engineer in 2001 to co-found EnOcean. Oliver graduated in electrical engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany, in 1993.