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1 Welcome An Efficient Distress call response System for Indian Cities
By Cyril Joseph Fernandez CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF ADVANCED COMPUTING, TRIVANDRUM

2 A National Centre of Excellence
C-DAC A National Centre of Excellence Under DIT, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Govt. of India An premier R & D institution involved in the design, development and deployment of world class Electronics & IT- based solutions for economic and human advancement

3 C-DAC Labs across the nation
10 Locations 14 Centres 3000 members End to end solutions from a range of enabling technologies for various Customer requirements 3

4 Thematic R & D Areas of C-DAC
High Performance Computing & Grid Computing Hardware, Software, Systems, Applications, Research, Technology, Infrastructure Multilingual Computing and Heritage Computing Tools, Fonts, Products, Solutions, Research, Technology Development Professional Electronics including VLSI & Embedded Systems Digital Broadband and Wireless Systems, Network Technologies, Power Electronics, Real-Time Systems, Control Electronics, Embedded Systems, VLSI/ASIC Design, Agri Electronics, Strategic Electronics, Ubiquitous Computing Software Technologies, including FOSS OSS, Multimedia, ICT for masses, E-Governance, Geomatics, ICT4D Cyber Security & Cyber Forensics Cyber Security tools, technologies & solution development, Research & Training Health Informatics Hospital Information System, Telemedicine, Decision Support System, Tools, Traditional Knowledge-base and DSS for Medicine Education and Training forms an important component of C-DAC activities cutting across the above Thematic Areas

5 Kaleidoscope of C-DAC Products
HPC & GRID Professional Electronics Software Technologies Cyber Security Multilingual Computing Health Informatics

6 High Performance Computing
Mission: Provide leadership in comprehensive capability in HPC technologies and promote HPC as a problem solving tool in cutting edge research in Science and Engineering & grand challenge problems. Applications Development High Speed Networks (SAN) Reconfigurable Computing (RCS) System Software & Facilities Testing and Certification HPC Solutions Training 6

7 HPC : Evolution and Road Map
1 PF 2008 2010 100 TF 1998 PARAM Padma Viable HPC business computing environment PARAM Yuva 54 TF 1994 PARAM 10000 Platform for User community to interact/ collaborate 1991 PARAM 9000 PARAM 8000 Technology Denial 7

8 Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics
Mission : Continuous research and development in Frontier areas of Cyber Security & Cyber Forensics and thereby achieving self-reliance in the technology. Indigenous development of Hardware and Software tools for Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics Resource Centre for Cyber Forensics (RCCF) at Thiruvananthapuram Malware Resource Centre at Hyderabad National Centre on Steganography at Kolkata Adaptive Intrusion Detection Cryptanalysis at Knowledge Park, Bangalore C-VPN and C-Crypto at Pune Honey pot solutions at Mohali Cryptanalysis IDS Activities Steganalysis Cyber Forensics Hardening OS Honey pot 8

9 Cyber Forensics – Indigenous Tools
TrueBack – Digital Evidence Seizure and Acquisition Tool CyberCheck - Digital Evidence Recovery and Analysis Tool Tracer – Tool for Tracing s CyberInvestigator – Tool for analysing log files and windows event logs NeSA – Voice and Data Session Analyser for network forensics analysis Device Analyst - Smart Phone and PDA Analyser, Analysis tool for Cell Phone SIM Card and Call Data Records TrueImager - Hardware Tool for Acquisition of Digital Evidence TrueLock - Hardware Drive lock for Evidence Acquisition 9

10 Some Recent Notable Milestones achieved
CyberCheck Suite 3.0 Network at Guard Cyber Security & Cyber Forensics Stegocheck Network Session Analyser EnSAFE

11 Health Informatics Hospital Information Management System
Mission: Effective use of ICT to improve the overall healthcare delivery system for providing better healthcare services to the masses Hospital Information Management System Telemedicine Solution Onconet – Cancer Care for Rural Masses Decision Support System for Ayurveda Other Initiatives

12 C-DAC Trivandrum An ISO ` certified premier R&D Institution involved in the design, development and deployment of world class electronic and IT solutions, for the economic and human advancement, under DIT, Govt of India

13 AREAS OF ACTIVITIES Strategic Electronics Hardware Design
Power Electronics Broadcast & Communications Control & Instrumentation Education & Training (MCA & MTech) EXPERTISE ON EMBEDDED & REALTIME PRODUCTS/SYSTEMS WORK ON SPONSERED PROJECTS FROM GOVERNMENT/PRIVATE/JOINT

14 RESOURCE CENTRES National Mission for Power Electronics Technology-NaMPET Resource Centre for Cyber Forensics-RCCF Resource Centre for Indian Language Technology Solutions (Malayalam)-RCILTS Automation Systems Technology Center-ASTeC Intelligent Transportation System-ITS

15 Technologies TETRA Communication Systems Smart Card Reader-Writer
Digital Programmable Hearing Aid Telemedicine Hybrid Vehicle Vehicle Tracking Traffic Control Systems Cyber Forensics Lawful Interception of VoIP Technologies for Strategic Applications Digital Audio Watermarking Power Quality Improvement Embedded Systems Multilingual Computing Products

16 CDAC TETRA Solutions TETRA Compact Base station PSTN Gateway

17 Portable TETRA Base Station
Frequency Band: 410 – 420MHz. Rx 420 – 430MHz. Tx Duplex Separation: 10 MHz. Carrier Separation: 25 KHz. Tx Power : 3W per Carrier Carrier Support : 2 Carriers Standard : TETRA V+D, Air Interface ETS –2 Modulation : pi/4 DQPSK Channel Data Rate: 36kbps Speech Data Rate : 4.8 kbps User Data rate : 7.2kbps/slot; kbps/chan. Receive Sensitivity : -115 dBm static, dBm dynamic Interface : IP Mounting : Shock proof Cabinet Size( W,H,D) : 542x181x582 mm Weight : 30kg

18 Hand Held Radio MMI Top side Bottom side

19 CTN – CDAC Tetra Network
This slide shows a typical Tetra over IP network connected in a ring configuration. 12 Base Stations, 12 base station terminals , a PSTN gateway, Authentication centre Dispatcher, CBSC, Data gateway, vehicle tracking system are connected in the network. AS explained earlier, PSTN gateway is for connectivity to the PSTN and data gateway is to provide connectivity to the internet so that the user can brows a web site by connecting his laptop to Tetra mobile station. November 2002

20 Distress Call Response Management Automated Dial100 System (AD100)
System (DCRMS) Automated Dial100 System (AD100)

21 What is DCRMS/DIAL100? Major Components
An automated System to facilitate handling citizen emergency calls GIS-based Caller Location Identification on the City map GIS-based Police Vehicle Tracking Digital voice,data communication and logging Task assignment to the vehicle nearest to the distress caller Continuous monitoring and reporting Major Components

22 Wireless Base Stations
DISTRESS CALL RESPONSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Data Base Server GIS Server Control Room GD Duty Officer E1 Lines PSTN Gateway Dispatcher Units 8 1 2 3 Wireless Base Stations 20 1 2 3 Response Vehicles

23 Attending Distress Call

24 The Dispatcher

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26 DCRMS TRIVANDRUM NETWORK DIAGRAM
Wireless Link Wireless Link BS1 BS2 E1 from PSTN Exchange PSTN Gateway BS1 Terminal GIS / DB Server L2 Switch BS2 Terminal Supervisor 1 Supervisor 2 Dispatcher 1 Dispatcher 8 CBSC

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28 Portable BS with VSAT Link for Disaster Applications

29 DISPATCHER WORK STATION AUTHENTICATION CENTRE
CDAC-NIC Network For NDRF-Demo NDRF HQ MHA HQ H SIP Phone TETRA MOBILES TETRA BS Dispatcher SIP Phone Monitoring Dispatcher TETRA BS NDMA HQ TETRA MOBILES Redundant Leased lines to NIC HQ PSTN Network SIP Phone TETRA MOBILES TETRA BS Dispatcher L2 SWITCH IPGT SIP PHONES Battalion-2 Battalion-3 Battalion-1 H H H DISPATCHER WORK STATION Battalion-4 AUTHENTICATION CENTRE CBSC SIP PROXY SERVER SIPGT Battalion-5 Battalion-6 NIC HQ

30 E-Governance projects
KSWAN State Wide Area Network MPLS Backbone, fiber distribution, wireless last mile 3 NOCs, 14 Districts, 152 blocks, 1660 offices Akshaya wireless network 3550 sq kms 500 centres connected All wireless State Data centre First State Govt Data center 5000 sq ft data centre More than 100 E-Governance applications

31 Network Monitoring tool
Agentless web based monitoring tool to monitor IP based heterogeneous network resources, systems, services and applications Automatic discovery of resources Unique topology mapping Availability monitoring Performance monitoring Inventory management Change management Fault Management Real-Time alert notification SLA creation , monitoring, computation and reporting

32 Project Implementations
TETRA for Kerala Police -Dial 100 for Trivandrum Dial 100 for Kochi Dial 100 for Kozhikode Dial 100 for Thalessery Dial 100 for Kolkata Dial 100 for Bhopal Dial 100 for Indore TETRA for Meghalaya Police -Dial 100 for Shillong

33 Teaming Companies TATA Power SED, Bangalore
E2E Wireless & Network Solutions,Bangalore BEL, Bangalore KELTRON, Trivandrum ITI, Bangalore ADTPL, Bangalore 3G Communications , Bangalore

34 Comprehensive Network
Future Areas Cognitive Radio Mobile Adhoc Network Comprehensive Network Management CR Spectrum Sensing & Sharing QoS, Security and Encryption Multiple Antenna Technology Cooperative Communication Adaptive Modulation & Coding Power Control MANET MAC TCP Routing Authentication Security Tactical QoS CNMS FCAPS Flow Analyzer SNMP Analyzer IPV6 compliant Distributed Architecture Real-time Network Visualization Freq management GIS support Development/Simulation/Validation – Proto,Test bed & Demos

35 RECENT VIP VISITS

36 Thank You


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