C-DAC Mohali has been developing a wide range of both hardware and software products in the domains including Healthcare, Professional Electronics, etc. The domains include Health Informatics, Cyber Security, Software Technology, Digital Electronics & Communication, Very Large Scale Integrated & Embedded System, Manufacturing Technology, Open Source, Multimedia and Multilingual technologies. Detailed description of various activities, technologies and products developed is given below:
Health Informatics & Electronics Division
The Health Informatics & Electronics Division (HIED) division has been very active in the field of health informatics and telemedicine. HIED has been actively working on G2G and G2C services by developing appropriate technologies and developing a variety of solutions for telemedicine, health informatics, tele-education and biomedicine. It has successfully implemented various sponsored R&D projects and has developed large number of products and technologies. These are summarized below:
The division focuses on design and development of products for various user sectors:
Software Technology Division
Software Technology Division is focused on design, development, and implementation of software solutions in the area of Heritage Computing and eGovernance. These are mainly management information systems for multi-centre data collection, modules for data analysis and subsequent visualization. These are deployed for consultancy and online recruitment. It has also developed various products based on multimedia & multilingual technologies.
Digital Electronics & Communication Division
This division executes R&D in the areas of Communication, digital electronics, microcontroller, mobile technologies sensor and RF based system and embedded technology.
Cyber Security Technology Division
The division has been working in the area of network security since 2005. Current focus is on Honeynet technology for collection and correlation of network and system attack data. It has successfully studied and deployed the three variants of high interaction honeynets (GEN I, GEN II, GEN III). It has also enhanced the latest GEN III, honeynet through sensor data fusion, leading to enhanced automated attack analysis. It has recently deployed distributed Honeynet System (DHS) at user premises for trail runs for assessing its usability.