Fleet Management System and other techs transferred to Industry

During the launch event of ” Digital India FutureLABS Summit 2024” held at IIIT- Delhi, three Indigenous Technologies – Thermal camera, CMOS camera and Fleet Management System designed and developed by CDAC Thiruvananthapuram under InTranSE Program of MeitY were transferred to 12 Industries. It is step towards Innovation, Science and Technology theme of Vikshit Bharat at 2047 of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Initiative.

Thermal Camera: The thermal Smart camera has an inbuilt DPU to run various AI based analytics. Indigenised technology targets applications across multiple domains, including Smart cities, Industries, Defence, Health, and others. Furthermore, they tested and validated this camera in the field for road traffic applications.

The technology was transferred to the following eight industries simultaneously. 

  1. RRPS4E Innovation Pvt Ltd 
  2. SCITA Solutions 
  3. TAK Technologies Pvt Ltd 
  4. AABMATICA Technologies 
  5. Prama India Pvt Ltd
  6. Samriddhi Automations Pvt Ltd
  7. Norden Research and Innovation Centre 
  8. Vehant Technologies Pvt Ltd

CMOS camera: The iVIS 10GigE Industrial Vision Sensor utilizes a CMOS-based vision processing system. Furthermore, the system has a robust on-board computing engine, enabling it to excel in performing cutting-edge industrial machine vision applications.

One industry, M/s Spookfish Innovations Pvt Ltd, receives the technology transfer.

Fleet management System:  FlexiFleet aims to optimize operations and enhance the efficiency of fleet operators and transit agencies. In addition to vehicle location tracking, it provides alerts for different conditions like over speed, geofence, ignition, idle, halt, and rash driving. Personalized Transit Route Guidance System is also a mobile app that aims to improve the travel experience for passengers as it offers passengers the option to choose the most efficient or personalized routes of his choice. Operational Strategies for Headway Reliability serves as a dynamic scheduling decision support tool for transit operators. Moreover, it aims to enhance the reliability of public transit services by minimizing instances of bus bunching.

The technology is transferred to three industries simultaneously –

  1. Atulya Abhinav Tech Private Limited 
  2. Unidad Techno Labs(P) Ltd 
  3. IBI Group India Private Limited 

The Minister of State for Electronics & Information Technology, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, and Jal Shakti, Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar, presided over the exchange of technology-transferred documents. The participants included Smt. Sunita Verma, GC R&D in E⁢ E. Magesh, DG-CDAC; Kalaiselvan A, Director – CDAC Trivandrum; as well as senior officials in the government, and CEOs & CTOs of industries.

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