A Sound Verification Platform for Early Software Development for RISC-V based Systems



(Reference: DFKI / Lisa Jungmann)

The aim of the VerSys project is to develop a consistent platform for early software development based on RISC-V technology, an instruction set architecture for microprocessors which has been developed in recent years and which is open source and free of licensing costs or royalties.

In order to take advantage of the many benefits of RISC-V, a virtual prototype will be developed into a flexible and consistent development platform. This allows the software in RISC-V-based systems to be developed parallel to the hardware, which saves development time and costs.

The application areas of VerSys can be found wherever embedded and cyber-physical systems are used, from resource-saving lightweight systems in the smart home setting to computing-intensive applications with AI support in the automotive sector.

Duration: Aug 1, 2019 - Jul 31, 2022
Research area: Hardware Systems   Software Systems  
Grant number: 01IW19001

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last updated 10/09/2019
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