VALENS @ CES 2023

At CES 2023, Valens Semiconductor showcased the latest developments of our award wining automotive technology. Take a glimpse into the innovative demonstrations on display, as well as the large ecosystem of partners already adopting MIPI A-PHY technology. Valens’ VA7000 chipset, the first A-PHY complaint chipset on the market, has been integrated into numerous demonstrations.  

Click on the below resources to learn how our connectivity technology is advancing vehicle safety.

At CES 2023, Valens Semiconductor showcased the latest developments of our award wining automotive technology. 

This dedicated page gives you a glimpse into the innovative demonstrations on display, as well as the large ecosystem of partners already adopting MIPI A-PHY technology. Valens’ VA7000 chipset, the first A-PHY complaint chipset on the market, has been integrated into numerous demonstrations.  

Click on the below technology showcases to learn how our connectivity technology is advancing automotive innovation.

TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASES

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ADOPTION OF MIPI A-PHY ACROSS THE AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

The MIPI A-PHY ecosystem is rapidly expanding, as a growing list of companies is embracing MIPI A-PHY as the standard for long distance, high-speed in-vehicle connectivity. These companies, and many more, believe that MIPI A-PHY is the solution that will allow the industry to move past proprietary technologies and level up their in-vehicle connectivity.

Click below to explore how leading automotive companies are integrating MIPI A-PHY.

PARTNER TESTIMONIALS

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MIPI A-PHY: THE STANDARD FOR HIGH-SPEED CONNECTIVITY

Adopted by the IEEE, MIPI A-PHY has become the chosen foundation for reliable high-speed in-vehicle connectivity. Over 30 OEMs, Tier 1s, and Tier 2s are evaluating MIPI A-PHY using Valens’ A-PHY compliant VA7000 chipset. The standard is set to become the technology of choice for sensors of all types – cameras, radars, and lidars. Below we show how A-PHY is being integrated into cameras (Mobileye), radars (Smart Radar System), and lidars (Innoviz).

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THE INCONVENIENT TRUTH ABOUT ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE

Poor EMC performance is a real threat to passenger safety. This is why the MIPI Alliance has set out to establish a high-speed in-vehicle connectivity standard that achieves the best EMC performance in the industry. EMI has been the cause of fatalities and millions of recalls in the automotive industry, and these numbers are expected to rise as higher-bandwidth links are integrated into cars.

Watch the below videos to see the danger of EMI for cars on the road today, and how Valens’ A-PHY compliant VA7000 chipset goes head to head with a proprietary solution and comes out superior.

 

While analog legacy solutions try to avoid noise by reducing bandwidth, adding expensive cabling, shortening cable length, and restricting architecture, Valens’ DSP-based technology welcomes noise. See how it works:

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While analog legacy solutions try to avoid noise by reducing bandwidth, adding expensive cabling, shortening cable length, restricting architecture, Valens’ DSP-based technology welcomes noise. See how it works:

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SURROUND VIEW SYSTEM AT AN UNMATCHED TOTAL SYSTEM COST

Valens’ connectivity technology has a unique ability to provide multi-gig connectivity over the simplest wiring infrastructure, allowing for significant total system cost savings.

To learn more about how total system cost is lowered by implementing an A-PHY-based in-vehicle connectivity solution, download the case study published by A2MAC1.

ADVANCED TIME SYNCHRONIZATION FOR SENSOR FUSION

Sensor fusion is becoming a key requirement for everyday automotive applications, from surround view to driver monitoring. Night or day, rain or shine, the car’s ADAS systems must leverage data in real-time from multiple sensors, such as cameras, radars, or lidars. 

With Valens’ A-PHY-compliant VA7000 chipsets, OEMs gain a significant advantage when building ADAS systems. VA7000 chipsets allow for a highly configurable PWM to be embedded within the deserializer, thus removing the need for an external PWM circuit.

DEMO VIDEOS FROM CES 2023

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