SoCs for Automotive applications such as ADAS, Infotainment, and connected vehicles are shifting to a more domain-based architecture. As a result, the car’s electronics for such applications are requiring a major redesign for a more efficient connectivity with the utmost reliability, security, and safety. This shift along with the increasing use of sensors and displays in the car are highlighting the value and technical advantages of interfaces such as MIPI CSI-2, DSI/DSI-2 and C-PHY/D-PHY.
Attend to learn about:
- The transition from distributed ECU system to domain-based architecture and ultimately to zonal architecture
- SoC requirements for new automotive electronics that now leverage more sensors and displays
- How to address automotive IP and SoC requirements for functional safety, reliability, and quality
- Typical use cases and architectures for MIPI interfaces