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MIPI DevCon 2022: How to Engage in Data-Driven Development and Testing Using MIPI Automotive Sensor Interfaces

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Gregor Sievers, Ph.D., Product Manager, dSPACE GmbH

Gregor Sievers


Camera, radar and lidar sensors are essential for autonomous driving, for both in-cabin and exterior sensing. New vehicles have more sensors, higher data rates and enhanced safety/security features that use MIPI interfaces like MIPI A-PHY®, D-PHYSM and CSI-2®. For hardware and software testing, recording and reprocessing sensor data over MIPI interfaces is essential.

This session presents requirements and solutions for data logging, data management and data reprocessing to achieve end-to-end data-driven development and testing.


Dr. Gregor Sievers is a manager in the engineering services department at dSPACE GmbH, Paderborn, Germany. His work focuses on the validation of systems for autonomous driving. In 2016, he received his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Bielefeld University, Germany, for his work on design-space exploration of tightly coupled multiprocessors.