Bosch joins MIPI Alliance as contributing member

January 30, 2017 // By Peter Clarke
Robert Bosch GmbH and its subsidiary Bosch Sensortec GmbH have joined the MIPI Alliance industry body as contributor member.

The MIPI Alliance develops interface specifications for processor and peripherals promoting reuse and compatibility in mobile and IoT devices. MIPI has more than 275 member companies.

 

The MIPI Alliance has three levels of membership; adopters, contributors and board members. Contributor members have the opportunity to participate in working groups. Intel, Nokia, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Synopsys, Texas Instruments and Toshiba are the companies that lead the organization represented by executives on the board of directors.

 

As well as helping Bosch Sensortec further improve its industry-leading MEMS sensors and solutions, the alliance membership will help other Bosch business units to develop mobile-related products in applications including automotive electronics, car multimedia and chassis systems control - driver assistance systems.

 

Other companies that joined MIPI recently include: Memsic Inc., Pixelplus Co. Ltd., Sensirion AG and Fingerprint Cards AB.

 

Related links and articles:

www.mipi.org

www.bosch-sensortec.com

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