DOM: Domain-Specific SoC


Research and Development of System on Chip and Software Platforms for Fully Autonomous Driving (April 2019-March 2021)

Abstract

This research develops system on chip and software platforms for fully autonomous driving, which guarantee timing constraints and achieve 10x high-speed data processing in AI edge computing under resource constraints. We show Proof of Concept (PoC) and build integrated platforms of compiler, OS, middleware, and applications to guarantee timing constraints on heterogeneous SoCs, which has many-core processors and accelerators.

Products
  • LLVM Supporting AXIS ISA (Many-Core Processors in DOM) [GitHub]
Contact

Email: nedo-ai pf.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp


Research and Development of Domain-Specific IoT Platforms (June 2017-March 2019)

Abstract

IoT applications, products, and services will create a large market, just like we have been observing through personal computers and smartphones. This mass production capability of the market allows platforms to be specific to target domains in terms of profitability. This project commoditizes main multi-core and many-core architectures, while configuring domain-specific modules such as hardware accelerators and I/O interfaces for each IoT application, product, and service. We aim at achieving 10x performance-per-watt improvement over traditional computing platforms. In particular, we develop domain-specific IoT platforms that achieve 10TFlops performance at less than 20W energy consumption.

Products
  • LLVM Supporting AXIS ISA (Many-Core Processors in DOM) [GitHub]
Contact

Email: nedo-iot pf.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp