Valens’ Technology Chosen by MIPI Alliance for Their Automotive Physical Layer Standard (A-PHY)

June 4, 2019 Laura Dolan

Hod Hasharon, Israel. MIPI® Alliance has selected Valens’ technology as the foundation for their A-PHY physical layer standard aimed toward automotive applications, providing high-speed links for cameras, displays and sensors, through native CSI-2 and DSI/DSI-2 interfaces, for autonomous driving and other use cases.  

“This is a vote of confidence in Valens and our technology as we continue to pave the way towards connected and autonomous vehicles,” said Valens’ CEO and Co-Founder, Dror Jerushalmi. “As one of the leading standards organizations in the world, the MIPI Alliance provides the necessary building blocks for the future of connected and autonomous driving. Valens is proud to take the technological lead in this project, which will further strengthen and deepen our partnerships with OEMs and Tier-1s. Valens values the importance of developing automotive industry standards, guaranteeing the most resilient systems for the ultimate safety of the connected and autonomous vehicles, and we look forward to working with the MIPI Alliance to bring the A-PHY standard to reality.”

Valens will be showcasing its latest chipset at TU-Automotive Detroit from June 5-6, 2019, in booth B100.

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