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Virtual Workshop To Explore MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions Framework

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Planning is well underway for the MIPI Automotive Workshop, coming up on 17 November 2021. The half-day virtual event, designed to provide a comprehensive look at the latest MIPI automotive specifications and initiatives, will benefit automotive developers, system architects and engineering managers who are focused on the design, development, integration and test of next-generation automotive E/E architectures.

The workshop's eight technical sessions will cover the complete MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions (MASS) system, which provides a standardized connectivity framework for high-performance sensors and displays. Topics covered in the workshop include the display and sensor (camera/lidar/radar) stacks, functional safety, security and data protection, plus MIPI A-PHY℠ implementation, system modeling and test. In addition, MIPI’s legal counsel will host a session to step through MIPI's IPR policies related to the implementation of MASS specifications. 

Each session will have an extended Q&A period, giving attendees the opportunity to get answers directly from the MIPI working group leaders involved in the development of the specifications.

Session lineup and speakers

The topics and presenters are listed below. For detailed session information and to register for the event, visit the Automotive Workshop event page.

  • How MASS Simplifies the Integration of Cameras and Displays in Automotive Architectures
    Ariel Lasry – Vice Chair, MIPI A-PHY Working Group
    James Goel – Vice Chair, MIPI Display Working Group
    Hiroo Takahashi– Lead, MIPI Camera Service Extensions Subgroup
  • How You Can Benefit from Using MIPI A-PHY in Your Next Automotive Design
    Edo Cohen – Co-Chair, MIPI A-PHY Working Group, Valens Semiconductor
  • System Modeling Considerations for a Successful A-PHY Implementation
    Raj Kumar Nagpal – Co-Chair, MIPI A-PHY Working Group, Synopsys
  • A-PHY Transmitter and Receiver Compliance Testing
    Ramesh P.E. – Member, MIPI Test Working Group, Tektronix
  • How MASS Embeds Functional Safety Guided by the Requirements of ISO 26262
    Licinio Sousa – Member, MIPI Camera and Display working groups, Synopsys
  • How Use of DSI-2 and Video Compression is Essential for Next-Generation Digital Cockpits
    Simon Bussières – Member, MIPI Display Working Group, Hardent
  • A Practical Look at MIPI's IPR Framework
    Brad Biddle – MIPI Legal Counsel
  • How the MIPI Security Framework Protects Automotive SerDes Applications from Security Risks
    Rick Wietfeldt – Co-Chair, MIPI Security Working Group

For those interested in learning more about the MASS framework before the workshop, MIPI recently published "An Introductory Guide to MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions (MASS)," a white paper that provides an overview of each component of the framework (available online or as a downloadable PDF). 

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