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    MIPI CSE Adds Functional Safety to Automotive Image Sensor Data Streams

    A revolution in automotive electronics is accelerating the demand for more onboard sensors (camera/radar/lidar) and displays with higher performance. Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving systems (ADS) are generating ever richer streams of image sensor data — and these data streams require interfaces with high bandwidth, low latency and importantly, functional safety.

    To help solve this need, MIPI Alliance recently released the Camera Service Extensions (MIPI CSESM) v1.0 specification, which enhances the MIPI Camera Serial Interface 2 (MIPI CSI-2®) image sensor interface with end-to-end functional safety and other features for automotive applications. 

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    Tags: Automotive, Camera, CSE

    Virtual Workshop To Explore MIPI Automotive SerDes Solutions Framework

    Planning is well underway for the MIPI Automotive Workshop, coming up on 17 November 2021. The half-day virtual event, designed to provide a comprehensive look at the latest MIPI automotive specifications and initiatives, will benefit automotive developers, system architects and engineering managers who are focused on the design, development, integration and test of next-generation automotive E/E architectures.

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    Tags: MIPI A-PHY, Automotive, Events, Camera, Display, Security, MASS

    "MIPI Debug & Trace Connector Recommendations" White Paper Updated

    The “MIPI Debug & Trace Connector Recommendations” white paper has been an invaluable resource for the global electronics developer community since its initial release in 2007. A new edition of the white paper (renamed from “MIPI Alliance Recommendations for Debug and Trace Connectors”) is now available to download from the MIPI Alliance website.

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    Tags: Debug

    Welcome New Members – Q3 2021

    With 388 members at the close of the third quarter, MIPI Alliance continues its record membership year, welcoming two Contributor members and 24 new or returning Adopter members from 1 July to 30 September 2021. 

    We look forward to working with the following companies as they join MIPI members worldwide developing and implementing MIPI specifications.

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    Tags: MIPI Alliance

    MIPI I3C and I3C Basic v1.1.1 – A Conversation with Tim McKee

    The MIPI I3C® and I3C BasicSM specifications define scalable, medium-speed, utility and control bus interfaces for streamlined, cost-efficient connection of peripheral devices and sensors with application processors. As the broadly welcomed successor to the I2C interface, MIPI I3C and its features can be used to create innovative designs for products including smartphones, wearables and systems in automobiles and server environments. 

    MIPI Alliance recently released version 1.1.1 of both the MIPI I3C and I3C Basic specifications, so we asked Tim McKee, chair of the MIPI I3C Working Group, to provide an update on what’s new with the interfaces, how they’ve evolved and where the specifications may be headed next.

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    Tags: MIPI Debug for I3C

    Watch MIPI DevCon 2021 Sessions On Demand

    Written by: Dervla O'Reilly, MIPI Senior Event Manager
    18 October 2021

    Last month's MIPI DevCon 2021 brought together a global network of developers and implementers of MIPI specifications to share their knowledge and experiences in specification implementation, industry advancements and trends in the broader MIPI ecosystem. Even if you missed the live event, you can still access all the content on demand—including technical presentations, MIPI Alliance updates, panel discussions and member demos.

    Learn more below about the sessions presented on key topics, and visit the MIPI DevCon Agenda page to review the full program and access direct links to the session and demo recordings. You can also follow along with the recorded content by downloading the PDFs of the presentations, as well as the Japanese, Korean and Chinese translations of the Asia track sessions.

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    Tags: DevCon
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