Antmicro is a software-driven tech company developing leading edge cyber-physical and edge AI systems for various branches of industry. Antmicro provides applied R&D and tooling for customers worldwide, using its cross-competence in software, full-stack FPGA SoC development and high-end customized hardware to develop new products based on edge computing and encourages those customers to adopt modern embedded technologies in a rapidly changing market. Antmicro’s projects always include a broad range of open source technologies such as RISC-V, LEON, Zephyr, ROS, TensorFlow, Linux and Android. A member of RISC-V Foundation, Linux Foundation, Zephyr Project and CHIPS Alliance, Antmicro has been involved in building and contributing to a wide range of open source tools for edge AI systems, most notably the open source Renode simulation framework which is used in testing edge AI software such as TensorFlow Lite. Antmicro also routinely works with all major edge AI platforms, building the open source HW and SW infrastructure to enable portable and more efficient edge processing. Its role in the project will be focused around providing a RISC-V-based AI acceleration infrastructure in FPGA, as well as simulation-based robustness, safety and security testing of the solutions developed in the project.