According to Tarun Rambha, who is affiliated with the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, ‘his app helps identify people who have come in contact with infected or suspected Covid-19 using Bluetooth and GPS (GPS). Will do.
Efforts are on to combat the coronavirus worldwide. Technique is being resorted to in the war against Corona in many places. In India, IISc, Bangalore (IISC) and four IITs have supported several mobile applications (Go Corona Go) to ‘Sampark-O-Meter’ to help in the fight against Kovid-19 in India. app). The new IISC team has developed the ‘Go Corona Go’ app, which can help identify people exposed to suspects of Covid-19.
Indian Institute of Science Bangalore did wonders
According to Tarun Rambha, who is affiliated with the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, ‘his app helps identify people who have come in contact with infected or suspected Covid-19 using Bluetooth and GPS (GPS). Will do. It uses temporary network analytics to understand the trend of risk from distant contacts. With this, the app will be helpful in assessing the spread of the disease and in identifying those people who are likely to be infected.
IIT Ropar’s ‘contact-o-meter’
A BTech student of IIT Ropar has developed a mobile app called ‘Sampark-O-Meter’, which can indicate the areas most prone to corona virus through a map. Sahil Verma, a student who developed this app, said, “The app generates a ‘risk score’ after considering various factorsAnd can alert people to take precautionary measures, including keeping themselves in isolation from others or contacting a doctor. This app will allow users to estimate Corona contact risk ratings. ‘
IIT Bombay created ‘Coronatine’
Similarly, a team of students and alumni of IIT Bombay has created a mobile app called ‘Coronatine’ which will help in tracking down people with symptoms of corona virus or suspected exposure to the virus. If a person gets out of his isolation, then in this app, that person can be traced through this app.
IIT HAS ALSO DISTRIBUTED HANDS
At IIT Delhi too, students have also created an app to help locate the people who come in contact with the victims of Corona infection. Arshad Nassar, a PhD student in the design department of the institute, said, “Using Bluetooth, the application will track and alert all those who have come in contact with, or have passed through, people infected with the corona virus in the past.” The date and area of contact of the infected person will also be known through the app.