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Government sets up command and control centre in Delhi to manage IT infrastructure

January 11, 2019
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The government has established a command and control centre in Delhi to manage and monitor its infrastructure and services hosted with the National Informatics Centre (NIC). The control centre has been set up with an aim to track availability of service and faults in the IT system of government departments and will help in rectifying those faults quickly so that digital services are available to people for maximum amount of time.

In addition, the government has also launched a centre of excellence in artificial intelligence (AI), developed by the NIC to help government departments improve technical efficiency in their service like photo verification of beneficiaries for grant of services in large-scale projects, distribution of subsidies etc. The AI centre will provide government departments with video analytics, neural networks, speech recognition, etc, and working machine learning, deep learning, chat bots etc.

NIC has been constantly offering data centre and cloud services to the government. At present, it has four national data centres and 30 mini-data centres across the country hosting over 10,000 e-governance applications.

 
 
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