The MIPI Alliance, an international organization that develops interface specifications for mobile and mobile-influenced industries, has announced key advancements and activities designed to enhance advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), autonomous driving systems (ADS) and other automotive applications.
Trends such as the proliferation of camera, display, radar, lidar and other sensors are creating growing demand for high-performance wired interfaces in vehicles.
While drawing on its existing specifications for mobile devices, MIPI is developing and enhancing automotive specifications to meet the stringent requirements of automotive original automotive applications, Tier 1 suppliers, SoC designers and other industry providers in areas such as reliability, functional safety and low electromagnetic interference (EMI).
New automotive white paper
In a white paper published today, MIPI Alliance: Driving the Wires of Automotive, MIPI lays out how it is leveraging its current specifications for automotive applications and developing enhancements and new specifications for this sector.
The white paper includes an in-depth look at the upcoming MIPI A-PHY specification and its key technical advantages.
Development work is well under way on the MIPI A-PHY v1.0 physical layer ...