Center for Development of Advanced Computing of India | Date: 2016-12-22
Embodiments of present disclosure relates to system for securing user identity information comprising an authentication device associated to a computing device for authenticating the user identity information. The authentication device comprises a control unit, a user interface, a memory, a bio-metric sensor, and a communication interface. The control unit receives authentication request from the computing device and/or second authentication device. The control unit receives secure identity input towards authentication request from the user. The control unit verifies the received secure identity input with pre-stored user secure identity information and transmits the secure identity input to computing device and second authentication device for verifying secure identity input with the pre-stored user secure identity information. The control unit authenticates the user identity information based on matching of the secure identity input with the pre-stored user secure identity information.
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA | Phase: INFRA-2009-3.3 | Award Amount: 1.23M | Year: 2010
EU-IndiaGrid2, capitalising on the achievements of the FP6 EU-IndiaGrid (EUIG1) project and huge developments in India on infrastructure and leveraging the expertise and experience obtained by its partners during EUIG1, will continue the momentum, attained in e-Infrastructures evolution in Europe and India, to create and ensure sustainable collaboration in many new areas of science, education and technology across the two regions.\nEU-IndiaGrid2 main objectives are to:\nO1)\tconsolidate & enhance cooperation between European and Indian e-Infrastructures for the benefit of EU-Indian collaboration in e-Science EU-IndiaGrid2 will make full use of the EUIG1 project achievements and of the strong cooperation links established with the foremost European and Indian e-Infrastructure initiatives paving the way for successful sustainable cooperation across European and Indian e-Infrastructures.\nO2)\tsupport a set of new grid applications in areas strategic for EU-Indian collaboration EU-IndiaGrid2 will support a set of applications in the domain of Climate Change, High energy Physics, Biology, Material Science which are considered strategic for EU-Indian collaboration in the ICT domain.\nO3)\tensure a sustainable approach to e-Infrastructures across Europe and India through dissemination actions, meetings & workshops EU-IndiaGrid2 will continue supporting the Roadmap for Sustainability outlined by the EUIG1 project relying on the progress towards objectives O1 and O2 and on targeted dissemination actions, meetings and events\nO4)\tfoster and enhance cooperation with other European Initiatives in the Asian region and worldwide EU-IndiaGrid2 will continue the strong cooperation links established by EUIG1 with the most relevant projects and institutions e.g. EGEE/EGI, GEANT and the major Indian e-Infrastructure Initiatives as GARUDA NGI and NKN. It will also cooperate with regional projects like EELA2, EuAsiaGrid, SEEGRID and, if approved the EUMEDSupport and EUChinaGrid2 proj
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA | Phase: INFRA-2012-3.3. | Award Amount: 2.12M | Year: 2012
CHAIN-REDS vision is to promote and support technological and scientific collaboration across different eInfrastructures established and operated in various continents, in order to facilitate their uptake and use by established and emerging Virtual Research Communities (VRCs) but also by single researchers, promoting instruments and practices that can facilitate their inclusion in the community of users. The project aims to support and disseminate the best practices currently adopted in Europe and other continents, and promote and facilitate interoperability among different regional eInfrastructures. CHAIN-REDS gathers the main stakeholders of regional eInfrastructures, collectively engaged in studying and defining a path towards a global eInfrastructure ecosystem that will allow VRCs, research groups and even single researchers to access and efficiently use worldwide distributed resources (i.e. computing, storage, data, services, tools, applications). The core objective of CHAIN-REDS project is to promote, coordinate and support the effort of a critical mass of non-European eInfrastructures for Research and Education to collaborate with Europe addressing interoperability and interoperation of Grids and other Distributed Computing Infrastructures. From this perspective, CHAIN-REDS will optimise the interoperation of European infrastructures with those present in other 6 regions of the world, both from development and use point of view, and catering to different communities.\nOverall, CHAIN-REDs will provide input for future strategies and decision-making regarding collaboration with other regions on eInfrastructure deployment and availability of related data; it will raise the visibility of eInfrastructures towards intercontinental audiences, covering most of the world and will provide support to establish globally connected and interoperable infrastructures, in particular between EU and the developing regions.
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA | Phase: ICT-2009.9.1 | Award Amount: 695.74K | Year: 2010
SYNCHRONISER will boost the impact of the EU-India research policy dialogue in ICT using Foresight techniques. A COMMITTEE of stakeholders from both regions will identify research paths for joint research priorities noted at the EU-India March 2009 Information Societies Joint Working Group. SYNCHRONISER addresses 2 objectives feeding the EU-India policy dialogue and strengthens the international dimension of their ICT research programme: i) matching EU-India co-funding opportunities; ii) long term Indian research perspectives aligned with EU priorities. A Foresight exercise will identify future R&D trends to influence EU-India R&D policy. Input will include a comprehensive survey of best-in-class researchers across India using Delphi research techniques as a keynote activity resulting in publication of a Trend Study and Roadmap Report at the end of the Foresight process. This Study will act as an encyclopaedia for future EU-India joint research initiatives by highlighting current joint research scenarios and long-term perspectives. The SYNCHRONISER Consortium is well-balanced and geographically well-distributed, Indo-European, public-private-partnership with in-depth knowledge of the ICT sector in both regions and is part of a broad international network of public and private organizations, research centres and universities. The Consortium will benefit from its partners vast experience in EU-India Horizontal Support Action projects and strong support by the Government of Indias Department of Information Technology to establish synergies with other policy dialogue initiatives (e.g. INCO-NETS, BILATS, and other EU-India ICT projects). The GoI DIT will also assist in organizing high-level events involving policy-makers. SYNCHRONISER will ensure project dissemination through events, a project website, etc. The project target groups include ICT communities, policy-makers and other stakeholders from both regions
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA | Phase: ICT-2011.3.4 | Award Amount: 466.53K | Year: 2011
The EU-INCOOP project objective is to stimulate cooperation in the computing technologies between Europe and India, in order to support Europes leading position in computing system, while ensuring mutual benefits for both Europe and India.\nThe project intends to take a consensus building approach by bringing together researchers and stakeholders from both regions under a common forum for discussing and analysing research agendas in computing systems.\nThrough the sequence of structured workshops, channels of communication will be established between the provider constituency, and the research community. The proposed work of EU-INCOOP is designed specifically to contribute to the coordination of ICT R&D related to international cooperation in computing systems. Our goals are: The coordination of the Computing Systems community within current projects in Europe and India, by providing a forum for the exchange of best practices, ideas and issues, as well as getting regional information for the collaborative research agenda development access to and visibility of requirements and perspectives opportunities to adjust and adapt to meet the international cooperation The development of Computing Systems roadmap for Europe and India, by providing:\ta channel for articulating the musts, needs and wants of the community: the positives and negatives - what is required and what is to be avoided, what are the priorities an interpretation or mapping into functional and technical requirements a feedback channel to the stakeholder community, and debating the impacts benefits and penalties, gains and costs, simplifications and complications
Kumar D.,Center for Development of Advanced Computing of India
IET Wireless Sensor Systems | Year: 2014
Over the last couple of decades, clustering-based protocols are believed to be the best for heterogeneous wireless sensor networks (WSNs) because they work on the principle of divide and conquer. In this study, the authors propose and evaluate two new clustering-based protocols for heterogeneous WSNs, which are called single-hop energy-efficient clustering protocol (S-EECP) and multi-hop energy-efficient clustering protocol (M-EECP). In S-EECP, the cluster heads (CHs) are elected by a weighted probability based on the ratio between residual energy of each node and average energy of the network. The nodes with high initial energy and residual energy will have more chances to be elected as CHs than nodes with low energy whereas in M-EECP, the elected CHs communicate the data packets to the base station via multi-hop communication approach. To analyse the lifetime of the network, the authors assume three types of sensor nodes equipped with different battery energy. Finally, simulation results indicate that the authors protocols prolong network lifetime, and achieve load balance among the CHs better than the existing clustering protocols. © The Institution of Engineering and Technology 2014.
Center for Development of Advanced Computing of India | Date: 2016-02-01
Embodiments of the present disclosure disclose an estimation device for the estimation of Sound Recognition Score. The device estimates a Sound Recognition Score (SRS), to determine the hearing ability of that subject. The device also ascertains the performance of an Augmented Listening Device (ALD). The device comprises a memory unit, in which one or more audio signals and ambient noise signals are stored. The estimation device selects audio signal from the memory unit based on one or more parameters. Further, the device modulates the audio signals with the ambient noise signals and transmits the modulated audio signal to the ALD. Also, the device receives response for the transmitted signals from the ALD and estimates the responses based on the aggregate of values of the read flag data and response flag data. The estimated signal is displayed using a display unit as Sound Recognition Score.
Center for Development of Advanced Computing of India | Date: 2010-07-23
Diagnostic classifications of pulse signal waveform data is provided. In one example, diagnosis or prediction of a disease may be performed by analyzing pulse signal waveform data, and comparing aspects of the pulse signal waveform data with a morphology pattern that has been found to indicate a subject is suffering from a specific disease. A pulse signal can be captured via wrist electrodes using bio-electric sensors based on an impedance plethysmographic principle, for example, and processed using feature extraction for diagnosis and assessment of the subjects proneness to a disease. Analysis of the pulse signal and pulse morphology patterns provides an in-vitro, non-invasive, and low-cost method for diagnosing diseases.
Center for Development of Advanced Computing of India | Date: 2015-04-21
Provided herein is an apparatus for automated monitoring of facial images. The apparatus includes a cabinet having at least one video capturing device for continuously capturing video. The apparatus also includes means for analyzing frames to identify human facial images and for cropping facial images with data and time information, if detected, and at least one means for instantaneously transmitting the cropped facial images with date and time to at least one predefined storage unit operating in an unattended mode. The predefined storage unit is operatively connected to the cabinet. The apparatus can be configured for headless startup by means of an in built application software. A process for automated monitoring of facial images for surveillance purposes in a monitoring apparatus is also provided.
Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA-SA | Phase: INCO-2007-2.1 | Award Amount: 597.50K | Year: 2008
India and the EU singed an S&T agreement in 2001 and since then several actions have been taken to implement the agreement in practice. Indian organizations have participated in approximately 80 projects under FP6, but this number is expected to increase in FP7 given all new funding opportunities forecasted to be launched. In order to realize increased cooperation, set out in the agreement, in practice, universities, industry, government and civil society must all be empowered with relevant knowledge and provided with the appropriate cooperation facilities in order to enable an increased participation in FP7 and contribute to enhanced cooperation between India and the EU. The overall objective of the EUINEC project is to improve the S&T cooperation between Europe and India by establishing the EU-India Research Co-op based on a multifunctional portal allowing for the exchange of information and partner search, serve as the base for the practical and user-orientated training package and be the frame for policy development and the identification of areas of cooperation.