First MIPI over USB Type-C boosts AI vision

First MIPI over USB Type-C boosts AI vision

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By Nick Flaherty

Innodisk has launched the industry’s first MIPI over Type-C implementation.

Running MIPI over USB Type C overcomes traditional MIPI cable lengths limitations, allowing embedded camera modules to be positioned farther from the system, up to 2m.

The Innodisk MIPI over Type-C implementation extends the connection distance to 2 meters or more, surpassing the previous 30 cm cable length limitation and enables seamless conversion to a custom USB Type-C interface through a tailor-made adapter board and offers cost-effectiveness compared to SerDes solutions.

The Innodisk design expands the possibilities for visual AI applications, particularly in smart manufacturing and smart cities, enabling the seamless integration of high-quality vision systems into these evolving environments.

The increasing popularity of vision-based applications across industries highlights the critical need for high-quality, reliable camera solutions. As computer vision becomes a cornerstone of AI development, the demand for industrial-grade cameras continues to surge.

The MIPI over USB Type C connectivity has been deployed on Nvidia’s Jetson, Intel x86, and ARM platforms, with Innodisk actively investing in R&D to ensure ongoing compatibility across various platforms, accelerating the deployment of edge AI applications for clients.

The Innodisk USB Type C camera modules are extensively used in various smart applications, including AMRs and forklifts that can benefit from high-quality imaging and extended reach. Similarly, shared mobility applications such as shared bikes leverage these modules for enhanced safety and efficiency.

As the sole Intel-certified MIPI Camera partner in Taiwan, Innodisk collaborates closely with IPC manufacturers, possessing professional integration capabilities to offer comprehensive support and services to customers.

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