C-DAC offers next-gen service “Blockchain- based Participant Certificate Management System (PCMS).”
Blockchain is one of the emerging technologies which plays a significant role in enabling transparency, security and efficiency.
PCMS can be used to issue certificates and transcripts that are verifiable anytime with the help of a link and QR Code.
C-DAC TechConclave ‘21 deliberates on the global advancements in ICET. The Conclave also hosts an online exhibition for products from C-DAC, Industry, and Start-ups. It was unveiled by Dr. Vijay Kumar Saraswat, Member, NITI Aayog. A new supercomputing cluster named PARAM BioEmbryo was dedicated for Life Science research by Shri. Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, MeitY.
“Online training programme on IoT with Swadeshi Processors (VEGA)”
C-DAC and NIELIT, Calicut are jointly organising an online training titled “Certificate Programme on Internet of Things (IoT) with Swadeshi Processors (VEGA Processors)” from August 02 ,2021.
“C-DAC’s HARmonized industry skilling program through Online Training(CHARiOT)” developed by C-DAC Hyderabad is an online industrial training program for upskilling students of B.E/B.Tech (CSE, IT and ECE) and other equivalent disciplines.
C-DAC‘s Emergency Response Support System (ERSS) being launched across the State of Haryana. The integrated ERSS solution developed by C-DAC provides one single 24X7 helpline number. It unifies multiple emergency numbers existent across the nation and envisages the use of a globally recognised, pan-India single number ‘112‘ for all emergencies.
India – Namibia Centre of Excellence in IT (IN-CEIT) at Namibia University of Science & Technology (NUST) in Windhoek, Namibia, is setup by C-DAC .PARAM !ARUB Supercomputer has been commissioned under the project. The first online HPC workshop was jointly initiated by Excellency Dr Erold Naomab, Vice Chancellor of NUST &H.E. Mr. Prashant Agrawal,High Commissioner of India to Namibia.