MIPI Alliance welcomed 145 participants, representing 46 member companies, to Milan, Italy, 17-21 June, for MIPI Member Meeting Europe #51. Throughout the week, participants collaborated within 17 groups to advance MIPI specifications and strategic priorities, plan development and marketing activities, and network with colleagues from around the globe.
Updated 10 June 2019: Registration for MIPI DevCon Stuttgart unfortunately did not rise to a level that would create a successful experience for attendees and participants, and the event was canceled. We appreciate the support of speakers, sponsors and demo participants, and we look forward to hosting our next DevCon event, MIPI DevCon Taipei, 18 October 2019.
Join us at MIPI DevCon Stuttgart at the Maritim Stuttgart Hotel on 25 June to learn how MIPI technology is facilitating new capabilities within mobile and being extended to markets such as IoT, automotive, wearables, industrial and augmented/virtual reality.
Open to all MIPI Alliance members and industry representatives, the event will focus on offering developers and implementers of MIPI specifications a forum for training, education and networking. Register by 11 June to take advantage of the reduced early bird rate of $49.
It’s always exciting to kick off a fresh new year amid the hustle and bustle of CES in Las Vegas, and I’m looking forward to representing MIPI once again alongside MIPI Managing Director Peter Lefkin.
I’m sure CES 2019 will be just as informative as past events -- highlights from last year included the keynotes ”Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 5G Connectivity, Autonomous Driving, and Virtual Reality,” from Intel and ”Exploration on Future Connectivity and Strategy in Artificial Intelligence, IoT and New Smart Devices,” from Huawei; along with a keynote panel on “How 5G will Enable the Future.”
MIPI welcomed more than 230 participants to MIPI DevCon Seoul on 19 October for a day of presentations, demos and information sharing among leaders in the mobile and mobile-influenced industries.
In conjunction with the MIPI Member Meeting #49 in Seoul, the Sensor Working Group hosted the MIPI I3C® Interop Workshop on 15-16 October. The event drew 19 representatives from eight member companies.
"MIPI's I3C workshops help members ensure interoperability of their components, improve product quality, speed the development process and optimize the manufacturability of their designs,” said Ken Foust, chair of the MIPI Alliance Sensor Working Group. "Participants regard these events as an essential step in the product development process because the testing and debugging activities take place in real-world system integration environments."