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PIB Summary for UPSC

5-February -2024

1. Three Indigenous developed Technologies transferred to Industries as a step towards Innovation, Science and Technology theme of Viksit Bharat @2047.

Topic: GS3 – Science and technology –  Developing new technology
Relevant for UPSC as it reflects India’s strides in indigenous technology transfer, aligning with national innovation goals and enhancing public services.
  • The Digital India FutureLABS Summit 2024 witnessed the transfer of three indigenous technologies—Thermal Camera, CMOS Camera, and Fleet Management System—to 12 industries, supporting innovation and technology development.
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  • “Digital India FutureLABS Summit 2024” at IIIT-Delhi marked the transfer of three Indigenous Technologies by CDAC Thiruvananthapuram, advancing the Viksit Bharat @2047 initiative.
  • Thermal Camera: Equipped with an inbuilt DPU, it targets Smart cities, Industries, Defence, and Health, validated for Road traffic applications.
  • CMOS Camera: Industrial Vision Sensor iVIS 10GigE, with robust on-board computing, transferred to Spookfish Innovations Pvt Ltd.
  • Fleet Management System – FlexiFleet optimizes fleet operations, providing alerts for speed, geofence, ignition, idle, halt, and rash driving.
  • Additionally, the Personalized Transit Route Guidance App and Operational Strategies for Headway Reliability enhance public transit services, minimizing bus bunching.
PYQ: Discuss India’s achievements in the field of Space Science and Technology. How the application of this technology has helped India in its socio-economic development? (200 words/12.5m) (UPSC CSE (M) GS-3 2016)

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