MIPI I3C Application and Validation Models for IoT Sensor Nodes
Eyuel Zewdu Teferi, STMicroelectronics
David Schumacher, STMicroelectronics
Souha Kouki, STMicroelectronics
Eyuel Zewdu Teferi
This presentation provides a global overview of using MIPI I3C® protocol for on-board communication among subsystems of an IoT sensor node. It includes adoption of MIPI CTS by using SysML models of requirements and test cases as an approach to manage I3C application use cases requirement validation.
Eyuel Zewdu Teferi has been with STMicroelectronics since 2016 and is currently a senior hardware design engineer in analog and MEMS group in the MEMS sensor division. He has worked on projects designing and implementing interface designs for MEMS sensors. He earned his master's degree in electronics engineering in Politecnico di Torino, focusing on embedded systems. He is involved in both MIPI and JEDEC, is an active member of the MIPI I3C working Group and is currently the vice chair of the MIPI I3C Basic Ad-hoc Working Group.
David Schumacher has been with STMicroelectronics since 2020 and is currently a senior application & validation engineer for photonic sensors in the imaging division. Before joining STMicroelectronics, he was involved on software and system projects for a large scope of role and field applications. He is involved in the AFIS organization as an agile model-based system engineering expert.
Souha Kouki joined STMicroelectronics in 2021 as interface validation engineer for photonic sensors in the imaging division. She earned her master's degree in real time system engineering at Paul Sabatier Toulouse III University.