With Sigasi Studio - for Eclipse and VS Code - you receive instant feedback while typing. No waiting for a full linting process first, no having to run a full check before you get alerts about possible errors or issues. We verify your code upfront, as you type it.
We’re here to fully support you as you design with code creation, project navigation, and advanced documentation. Crucially, Sigasi understands semantics as well as syntax. Our products provide deep analysis & reference understanding for your code, whether you’re writing in VHDL, Verilog, SystemVerilog, or a mix of these.
Support Your Entire Team
With Sigasi’s brand new command line tool for HDL validation, Veresta, your entire team will receive valuable error reports and monitor the quality of your main code repository.
Come see us at DVCon US 2023
We’ll be at DVCon US this year as Silver Sponsors! See you there? DVCon The Design & Verification Conference & Exhibition is the premier conference on the application of languages, tools, methodologies and standards for the design and verification of electronic systems and integrated circuits.
See You At DAC 2023!
This summer we’ll be at DAC 60! DAC The Design Automation Conference (DAC) is recognized as the premier event for the design and design automation of electronic chips to systems.
Sigasi Will Be At Embedded World 2023
We’re proud to join eVision at their booth at Embedded World this year! Embedded. sustainable. responsible. The embedded world Exhibition & Conference facilitates direct interaction with a large number of experts and qualified suppliers from all over the world.
What customers love about Sigasi studio
Thank you for having such a robust product. I use Sigasi for a majority of my work day.
It has increased my productivity immensely. I couldn’t imagine working on large projects without it. Sigasi’s automated block diagrams and state machines make my coworkers envious that they didn’t know about it sooner.
Jake Chapman - US
Sigasi is a great tool for designers who want to spend
more time coding instead of typing.
Johannes Vanoverschelde - Dekimo
Sigasi makes writing VHDL code real fun.
And the support is very, very fast.
Martin Schoeberl - Technical University of Denmark