MIPI Alliance held its fifth developers conference on 18 October in Taipei, drawing nearly 200 participants to hear presentations from MIPI working group leaders and technical experts, tour member demos and interact with other developers and implementers of MIPI specifications.
Setting the stage for a full day of technical presentations, Simon Teng of MediaTek kicked off the event with his keynote address, "Technologies for Automated Driving," followed by an update on the state of the Alliance from Peter Lefkin, MIPI managing director. Additional presentations focused on trends in the mobile and mobile-influenced industries, features available in the upcoming MIPI I3C v1.1 and MIPI A-PHYSM, RFFE enhancements for 5G use cases, display and camera applications, testing challenges and solutions, and more.
To extend this valuable education beyond the one-day event, MIPI is sharing all the DevCon presentations and audio recordings of the sessions. Visit the MIPI website to download the following presentations and listen to the recordings:
- Keynote: Technologies for Automated Driving, Simon Teng, MediaTek
- MIPI State of the Alliance, Peter Lefkin, MIPI Alliance
- An Introduction to MIPI I3C® v1.1 and What’s Next, Ken Foust, Intel Corporation
- Addressing 5G RFFE Control Challenges with MIPI RFFE℠ v3.0, Andrew Scott-Mackie, Intel Corporation
- PHY Testing Challenges and Opportunities: The Need For a Smart Testing Approach, Victor Sanchez-Rico, BitifEye Digital Test Solutions GmbH
- MIPI Discovery and Configuration (DisCo) Creation Tool, Saurin Shah, Microsoft Corporation &
- Rob Gough, Intel Corporation
- Study on the Influence of Random Jitter to the MIPI C-PHY℠ High Speed Timing Budget, HeeSoo Lee & Jingshen Liu, Keysight Technologies
- Next-Generation Mobile, AR/VR, & Automotive Displays with VESA VDC-M & MIPI DSI-2℠, Alain Legault, Hardent
- MIPI Automotive & A-PHY Update, Matt Ronning, Sony Corporation & Raj Kumar Nagpal, Synopsys
- Enabling MIPI Camera Applications Including Automotive ADAS, Kelvin Xu, Synopsys
- New Trends in the High-Volume Manufacturing Test of MIPI-Based Devices, Mohamed Hafed, Introspect Technology
In addition to the education sessions, 14 member demos showcased MIPI solutions and offered attendees the opportunity to ask questions and share information with their peers.
Learn more about the demo participants »
Twenty-two members of the media from 17 media outlets were also on hand to cover the event and attend a media roundtable discussion with MIPI Alliance board and working group leaders. Visit the MIPI DevCon Taipei newsroom to view the local and international coverage.
We look forward to bringing more developer education to Osaka, Japan, at next year's MIPI DevCon on 23 October. Registration and participation opportunities will open in January 2020.