About Us

We are pioneers & industry leaders in Hardware-Software Interface™ (HSI™) Tools & Methodologies. We provide embedded software expertise across Automotive, EDA, Semiconductors, and Communications verticals. We hold 11 patents covering EDA/ESL, Embedded SW and SW Automation domains. We have been delighting customers for the past 12 years by our work, our dedication, focus and desire to excel, to be the best we can, delivering solutions that not only meet but also exceed their expectations.

HSI™ and Portable Stimulus

Vayavya, as a part of Accellera's workgroup, has been focused on HSI™ (Hardware Software Interface™) Layer and is the driving force behind its definition and specification.


Industry’s first automated device driver generation tool. Device Driver Generator(DDGen) is a software tool designed for use by Embedded System Developers and IC design engineers to automate device driver and firmware development.


Vayavya Labs offers you an AVB endpoint stack with best in class benefits. It is based on OpenAvnu, one of the most popular standards, preferred by many in the industry for their AVB equipment.

Vision & Machine Learning Platform

Heimdall - our simplified vision and machine learning platform that can be deployed quickly and customised easily to suit specific requirements, in HiL/ADAS testing.

Virtual Platforms & Modelling

Provide solutions around SystemC/C++ modelling for various SoCs and complex peripherals.

AUTOSAR / MCAL and Functional Safety

Vayavya offers a range of solutions and services, using tools and frameworks for the Automotive Industry in the areas of AUTOSAR, ADAPTIVE AUTOSAR and Functional Safety (ISO26262).

Latest news

Verification 3.0 Innovation Summit

Leading chip design verification technology suppliers including us announce the Verification 3.0 Innovation Summit https://globenewswire.com/new

DAC 2018 Theatre presentation by Vayavya Labs

Listen to Karthick, our Principal Architect talk on how an efficient TLM modeling could accelerate virtual platforms and Hybrid based emulations