The Automotive Electronics Forum will bring together experts from the worldwide automotive electronics industry to evaluate current standardization efforts and future industry needs. Leading automotive electronics companies are being invited to make presentations at the Forum on their present plans and vision for the future use of electronics and semiconductors in automotive applications, and key analysts and suppliers will also be included. The full agenda is available for review.
The Forum is an invitation-only event. If you would like to be placed on the interest list, please complete this brief online form. Invitations will be sent in early September.
14 November 2019, 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Presentation by MIPI Alliance:
MIPI Specifications: Driving New Solutions for the Automotive Industry, 12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Peter Lefkin (Managing Director, MIPI Alliance)
Because of their key characteristics and proven performance, MIPI specifications have been deployed in billions of devices across an ever-broadening range of markets, in everything from mobile handsets, to IoT and AR/VR, to automotive. Learn how MIPI specifications for cameras (CSI-2), displays (DSI-2), sensors (I3C), storage (UniPro and M-PHY through UFS), and other functions are already being implemented in automotive. The presentation will then take a detailed look at the upcoming MIPI A-PHY specification, which will bring an eagerly-awaited solution for the "long-reach high-speed challenge" of connecting the highest speed electronic components throughout a vehicle. Get an early look at this innovative physical layer specification that works with existing MIPI specifications and others to support ADAS, autonomous driving and other surround sensor applications.
Peter Lefkin has been providing leadership and guidance to the standards development community for almost 25 years. Since 2011, he has served as the managing director of MIPI Alliance, responsible for all MIPI activities and operations, from strategy development to implementation. As MIPI's senior staff executive, he also serves as secretary on the MIPI Alliance Board of Directors.
Peter's background includes previous leadership roles at the American National Standards Institute, Motorola and the IEEE Standards Association. As a founder and COO/CFO for IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (IEEE-ISTO), he was instrumental in the formation of multiple standards groups, including the founding of MIPI Alliance in 2003.