MASS: Automotive Displays Using VDC-M Visually Lossless Compression
James Goel, MIPI Technical Steering Group Chair
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Automotive 5G connectivity, wireless updates, electrification, autonomy and vehicle sharing are five new automotive trends driving an increase in automotive display resolution, size, contrast and quantity per vehicle. Next generation automotive display architectures must prepare for multiple displays with 4K to 8K resolution designed to support content and features enabled by the powerful trends, and automotive OEMs must meet these new requirements within tight cost, weight and 5G RF interference constraints. This presentation illustrates a state-of-the-art MASS (MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions) display architecture that leverages the latest MIPI DSI-2℠ protocols using VDC-M visually lossless compression algorithms to optimize pixel bandwidth within tightly constrained display systems.
James Goel has a bachelor’s of applied science (B.A.Sc) in electrical engineering from the University of Waterloo in Canada and is a licensed professional engineer (P. Eng.) in Ontario where he's practiced for the last 30 years. He's spent his career developing designs and technical standards for artificial intelligence/machine learning, video, audio and interface solutions in both engineering and management positions. He's been with Qualcomm for the last nine years after it acquired his previous company.