UNISIM provides several virtual platforms and a framework to ease the development of new virtual platforms.
Virtual platforms: software tools that simulate the behavior of an electronic system so that software can run on it before its silicon or FPGA implementation is available.
Full system simulators: not only executes the microprocessor instruction set, but also simulates buses, I/O devices, sensors, actuators, so that real application workloads and operating systems can run on them.
Most of UNISIM virtual platforms are full system simulators: whole operating systems (e.g. Linux, VxWorks), unmodified software stacks (e.g. an AUTOSAR software stack), and industrial applications can run on them.
Part of CEA Tech, the technological research division of CEA, the LIST Institute carries out research on digital systems. Its R&D programs are focused, amongst others, on advanced manufacturing, embedded systems and ambient intelligence.
In Hall 4, CEA LIST will demonstrate Papyrus, Frama-C and Unisim, three open source platforms providing industrial, cutting-edge solutions for the conceptualization, design, verification and validation and co-simulation of software-intensive systems.
You will also find us in Hall 4A, stand 437, where we will demonstrate neural network and some of its innovative applications.