April 5-7, 2022|Santa Clara Convention Center| Santa Clara, CA

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How A Standards-Based Framework Can Simplify Camera & Display Integration in Automotive Architectures


Edo Cohen  (VP Ecosystem Development, Valens)

Location: Ballroom C

Date: Wednesday, April 6

Time: 12:15 pm - 1:00 pm

Track: Drive World - Advanced Automotive

Format: Technical Session

Theme : Automotive, Sensing/Vision Systems

Pass Type: 2-Day Pass, All Access Pass

Vault Recording: TBD

As more advanced ADAS, ADS and in-vehicle infotainment applications are being introduced, automotive systems and architectures are shifting to meet evolving new requirements. At the same time, integration complexity has increased to support the greater numbers of cameras, displays and sensors needed for these applications. Add to that the need to support functional safety requirements laid out in standards such as ISO 26262 and growing security challenges, it becomes clear that a standards-based connectivity framework offers benefits to the automotive ecosystem.

This presentation will explain how MIPI Alliance has created a standardized framework to meet these challenges. Called MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions, or “MASS” for short, this full-stack framework supports MIPI and various other standards to simplify the integration of cameras, sensors and displays while building functional safety and security features into its core. The technical presentation will take a bottom-up approach, starting with the asymmetric high-performance MIPI A-PHY SerDes physical layer, up through the protocol stack, and will demonstrate how developers can implement this flexible framework to create end-to-end functionally safe and secure connectivity systems.