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See Us at the  Advanced Automotive TechForum 2023: MIPI Keynote on 30 March

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Virtual Conference & Exhibition
28-30 March 2023
Presented by EE Times, EE Times Europe and Power Electronics News


Event Overview

The Advanced Automotive Tech Forum will look at the rapidly evolving technology for autonomous vehicles (AVs) and electrified cars (EVs). The most important link between the two most popular movements in the automobile industry—EVs and AVs—is a dynamically evolving electrical and electronics architecture. These vehicles’ technological innovations bring new and important challenges related to testing and validation activities.

From 28-30 March, this virtual conference and exhibition will shed light on the pitfalls and challenges facing new vehicle designs and suggest strategies and solutions for car designers.

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MIPI Keynote

Edo-Cohen-1000px-borderReal-Time Sensor Fusion for Smarter, Safer Decision Making
30 March | 3:35-4:10 p.m. GMT+1
Presented by Edo Cohen, co-chair MIPI A-PHY Working Group, VP Automotive Product, Valens Semiconductor

True centralized processing must be achieved in order to realize the many advantages of sensor fusion. In this presentation, Edo will review the various benefits of sensor fusion with centralized processing—decision-making based on additional sensors, sensor types and with lower latency. He will also review the main barriers preventing the industry from realizing true centralized processing for sensor fusion.

In addition, Edo will introduce the MIPI A-PHY® specification for in-vehicle sensor connectivity and explain why it offers unprecedented advantages for centralized processing and sensor fusion. A-PHY is the physical layer of a full-stack framework, MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions (MASS℠), which supports MIPI and various other standards to simplify the integration of cameras, sensors and displays while building functional safety and security features into its core. As the automotive industry moves towards increasing levels of ADAS and eventually full autonomy, sensor fusion will play an essential role.