Tutorial – Enabling Trusted Automotive Machine Vision Applications using MIPI Interfaces & Protocols

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, January 30 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM PST

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Location: Ballroom G


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Title: Tutorial – Enabling Trusted Automotive Machine Vision Applications using MIPI Interfaces & Protocols

Type: Tutorial

Description:

Machine-vision-enabling cameras and image sensors are essential for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving systems (ADS). As the number of image sensors enabling these safety-critical systems increases with each new generation of vehicle, MIPI CSI-2, a standardized image sensor protocol, has become the core imaging protocol used within these systems. 

Targeted at automotive developers and system architects who are focused on the development of automotive E/E architectures, this tutorial will provide a comprehensive overview of the latest MIPI automotive initiatives that further support, simplify and streamline the use of CSI-2 protocol within automotive systems.

Part 1: Introduction to MIPI CSI-2 Features and Capabilities for Automotive Imaging Systems
Haran Thanigasalam, Camera and Imaging Consultant, MIPI Alliance
Introduces the CSI-2 protocol, including an overview of the features that benefit automotive imaging systems, and enable sensor aggregation optimization, superior objective image quality, and energy consumption reduction. This segment will also explore CSI-2 provisions to alleviate RF emissions, while supporting ‘region of interest’ extraction, always-on inferencing, wire reduction, and reduction of current leakage. The presentation will also highlight available physical layer options, including bridged and natively integrated options.

Part 2: What’s New with the MIPI A-PHY v2.0 Automotive SerDes Interface
Edo Cohen, Co-Chair of the MIPI A-PHY Working Group, Valens Semiconductor.
Introduces the latest developments with A-PHY, an industry-standard automotive asymmetric serializer-deserializer (SerDes) physical layer interface offering native coupling to CSI-2 image sensors. The segment will provide an overview of the enhancements in A-PHY v2.0, which doubles the downlink data rate to 32 Gbps and increases the uplink data rate to over 1 Gbps. Discussion will also highlight A-PHY’s use in software-defined vehicles, new power-over-A-PHY power classes, reference compliance test suite and creation of A-PHY compliance program.

Part 3: Introducing MIPI’s CSI-2 Camera Cybersecurity Specifications for Automotive ADAS and ADS
Rick Wietfeldt, Co-Chair of the MIPI Security Working Group, Qualcomm Inc.
Addresses the essential security requirements for image-sensor-enabled systems to be protected against cybersecurity risks, such as installation of illegitimate sensors and malicious manipulation of sensor data. This segment will describe the approach MIPI has undertaken to secure connections ‘end-to-end’ between CSI-2 image sensors and their related ECUs, and will explain how MIPI’s application-based security approach is distinct from other methods in its extent and configurability.

Each part of the tutorial will have a Q&A period, giving attendees the opportunity to get answers directly from the MIPI experts who are involved in the development of these automotive-related specifications.

At the end of the tutorial, the audience will understand how MIPI is working to support the adoption and use of MIPI CSI-2 based image sensors in automotive systems. They will understand how the use of MIPI CSI-2, together with MIPI’s framework of approved PHYs and functional safety/security enablers, combine to help developers meet their automotive machine vision goals.


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Conference Passes

  • All-Access Conference Pass
  • Conference and Expo Access
  • Education and Author Passes

Discipline

  • Automotive
  • Security
  • Vision Systems

Primary Track

  • Drive World - Advanced Automotive

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