This presentation will cover the deployment of MIPI D-PHY℠ in an autonomous driving use-case and the advantages of using MIPI specifications in functional safety applications.
While all automotive system-on-chip (SoC) designs must meet additional safety requirements, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving have even more stringent standards requirements. This presentation will cover Renesas’s high level system design, how Mixel was able to meet Renesas's requirements with its MIPI D-PHY CSI-2® TX+ IP, and how advanced testability features are critical capabilities for this application. In addition, it will include some of the unique challenges when incorporating mixed-signal IP as Safety Elements out of Context (SEooC) compliant to ISO 26262 and ASIL-B.
Ahmed Ella has been working since 2011 for Mixel, where he heads the company's engineering team in Egypt. Previously, he worked at ICpedia and Mentor IP division, managing teams working on serial link products such as HDMI, USB, and multi standard SerDes. Ahmed has 20 years of mixed-signal design and management experience. He holds a BSEE from Ain Shams University and MSEE from Cairo University in Egypt.
Serge Di Matteo has been working since 2019 for Renesas, where he is part of the automotive business unit management staff in Italy. Previously, he worked at ENEA, Selenia, Accent, WAGO, ZMDI and IDT, managing teams working on radar systems for civil and military applications, industrial and automotive functional safety applications on both systems, and integrated circuits. Serge has 37 years of experience on digital and mixed signal design and management. He holds the degree of electronic engineer at the university “La Sapienza” in Rome.