Innovation For Air Force Robotics
Award last edited on: 9/12/22

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Greg Paull

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683 Ohio Street
Terre Haute, IN 47807
   (317) 695-8070
Location: Single
Congr. District: 08
County: Vigo

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Contract Number: FA8649-21-P-1096
Start Date: 4/12/21    Completed: 7/19/21
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The TURING MICRO 3D dataflow architecture is a high-performance replacement for older FPGA, GPU and ASIC microprocessor architectures with commercial applications in robotics, computer vision, AI, 5G, Data Centers, and wafer scale computing. The advantages of the architecture include: • 3D multi-tasking dataflow architecture surmounts conventional computing bottlenecks to give robotics the computing power it truly needs. • Flat timing doesn’t change as tasks are added, greatly reducing the need for RTOS programs and real time debug. • Single-cycle interrupt response solves many sync and timing problems. • Extremely fast context switches follow the data through the computing fabric. • True multi-tasking – many program tasks can run simultaneously, synchronized to within a single clock cycle. SIMD dataflows or multiple parallel tasks with identical timing are easy to implement. • Allows extensive use of motion optimization and adaptive / ma

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