This presentation focuses on the efforts that MIPI is taking to evolve I3C's capabilities and access, via I3C℠ v1.0, I3C℠ v1.1 and I3C℠ Basic, to allow broad, long term adoption across multiple industries and usages – some of which weren't necessarily foreseen at the initial formation of MIPI's Sensor Working Group.
Ken Foust is a sensor technologist at Intel Corporation, where he leads the development of sensor solutions across Intel's entire product portfolio and R&D labs. In this capacity, he also works closely with the sensor industry and its consortiums, driving initiatives in inertial sensing, environmental sensing, bio-sensing and sensor standardization. Ken was awarded the Best of Sensors Expo 2013 Engineer of the Year Award for his recent standardization efforts within the sensor industry.
Before joining Intel, Ken held many positions, including director of product engineering at Kionix Inc., in Ithaca, N.Y., and he started his career at IBM Microelectronics (Essex Junction, Vt) as a product engineer. He received a bachelor of science in electrical engineering from Alfred University.