New Delhi: India goes one step closer to the integrated alert system for effective disaster management with C- DOT’s Common Alerting Protocol (CAP). This initiative was launched recently during the 38th Foundation Day celebration of Centre for Development of Telematics (C -DOT).
Anshu Prakash, Chairman, Digital Communications Commission & Secretary (Telecom), Government of India launched the technical conference to mark the foundation day celebration. Speaking at the event, he said to engineers that they should relentlessly work towards successful Proof of Concept (PoC) of C-DOT 4G LTE Core in BSNL network. He further stressed that it is a very opportune moment for the indigenous development of 5G NSA & SA by C-DOT, in the overall context of meeting the challenging communications requirements of the nation and realizing the Prime Minister’s vision of “Atmanirbhar Bharat”.
The event also witnessed the launch of C-DOT’s Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) lab by Chairman, Digital Communications Commission for the design, development and implementation of pan-India Integrated Alert System to be administered by NDMA for effective disaster management, public alerting & hazard notification in emergency situations.