Vedvistara is a group of engineering professionals from premier institutes who were working in various multi national companies. Our work experience in various reputed companies, nor the graduation from a reputed college never could exist as the credential to prove our uniqueness. Because we have our friends who were doing and still are doing the same. Nor do that we were “brave” to quit our jobs to run a successful business in the domain of technology could prove it either, for many do that. We had been admired for our degree, our work experience, our ‘bravery to quit the job’ by the society around us. It makes us so sad when we get recognition for something about which we know well that it is not that worthy to be recognized, though we sincerely express our gratitude for the appreciations which we got for some of our products.
Then for what do we expect recognition from the society? We believe that we are unique, which we always think secretly with half pride and half sadness. We are unique in the way we think, we innovate, we code. It is not because that we are intelligent, but because that we are sincere seekers of knowledge and close friends of mathematics that we are unique. We are not calculators, logarithm tables or ‘technocrats’. Philosophy, Knowledge, mathematics or technology, whatever you call it, is not a mere fashion for us. It is our ultimate passion which helps us believe that the very human living is not very much futile. Many flirt with knowledge to feel a better self esteem, but we know we don’t do that. We need to be admired for our sincerity towards knowledge which is a rarity. We thank you for the admiration which you give us for our products, but you can understand us better us
Our areas of work include Protocol/algorithm design, product development and technical consultancy and we focus mainly on embedded designs, artificial neural network, wireless communication and digital signal processing.
Our philosophy is simple- In the domain of technology money is in direct proportion with the intellectual input. But in reality, those who believe as having input ‘intellect’ into a project (the so called technocrats), overvalue their inputs to a value which is much higher than what they actually deserve. Just because of the fact that they do a “white collar job” they demand a high pay and hence the project value increases. We have a well defined structure for deciding the ‘intellectual charge’, which has proved to be efficient in cost reduction of the project.