Wednesday, February 20, 2019 to Thursday, February 21, 2019

Congress Overview:
The MEMS & Sensors Technical Congress (MSTC) 2019 presents “Sensor Systems Enabling Autonomous Mobility.”  Autonomous Mobility is often thought about when discussing vehicles, yet it can equally apply today when we consider wearables, the point of care medical devices, food delivery and agriculture platforms and remote monitoring systems such as environmental, weather, energy, industrial IoT, etc.  MSTC 2019 will focus on the technical aspects of system-level solutions for these areas incorporating MEMS/Sensor and Actuators, Unique Applications and Innovative Technologies.

MSTC 2019 provides a great opportunity to highlight your expertise before hundreds of professionals from across the industry’s extended value chain. Please consider giving a presentation on your personal contribution to MEMS and Sensors innovation and the impact it is having on the future of electronics. Learn more about the Congress.

Speaker:
Ken Foust, Sensor Technologist and Researcher, Chair, MIPI Sensor Working Group

Session:
The Motivations for MIPI I3C, Its Impact and Where It's Going

When:
Wednesday, 20 February 2019, 2:35 p.m - 3:05 p.m.

Session Overview:
The MIPI I3C v1.0 interface standard was released in early 2017 as a new two-wire interface developed specifically for the needs of the sensor industry, addressing many key pain-points universally felt by system developer's struggling to integrate broad sensor capability into their platforms. This presentation will focus on how the sensor industry has adapted to the release of MIPI I3C, what the MIPI Alliance has done since to broaden adoption of I3C, including interoperability sessions, complimentary specifications and industry liaisons, and what is coming in the future.

More information about the session:
http://flex.semi.org/programs-catalog/mstc-session-3-enabling-sensors-technology-waiting-analog/ken-foust-intel

Event Location: 
Hyatt Monterey, Monterey, CA