Experience firsthand the impact of these advancements on the nation’s armed forces and be a part of this transformative journey towards a safer, more secure future.
At the North Tech Symposium 2023, Tagbin unveiled a spectrum of innovative solutions, harnessing the capabilities of artificial intelligence, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and machine learning. This event, hosted from September 11th to 13th at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Jammu, served as a nexus for collaboration between the Indian Army, the academic community, and various industries. The symposium was centred on tackling the distinctive challenges encountered by the nation’s armed forces.
The company’s dedication to fortifying the Indian Army with technological solutions was clearly manifested in its vast array of tailored offerings. These were designed to aid the Northern Command in equipping themselves adequately for the harsh weather and challenging terrain conditions they encountered.
Diverse Technological Offerings
- Dynamic 3D Map Interface: This technology can offer a vibrant and immersive platform for strategic mission coordination, terrain scrutiny, situational awareness, and united planning initiatives, along with training and briefing sessions. Its capabilities of real-time data amalgamation, 3D graphical representation, and user-friendly interface have profoundly impacted attendees, encompassing military staff, government dignitaries, industry frontrunners, and academic scholars.
- AR and VR Tactical Training Modules: They allow soldiers to delve into authentic combat situations, honing their strategic capabilities and decision-making prowess—this transformative potential in reshaping combat preparedness and training. Soldiers can execute strategic maneuvers within true-to-life VR settings, while also availing of AR-facilitated equipment upkeep and troubleshooting insights, culminating in a holistic training encounter.
- Intelligent Surveillance Solutions: The solutions, encompassing AI-driven Automatic Number Plate Detection (ANPD) and instantaneous Facial Recognition System (FRS), have received praise for advancing personnel identification and threat detection processes. These solutions are regarded as essential elements in the contemporary security infrastructure.
- Military Vehicle Driving Simulators: They can be fully tailored to accommodate any type of military vehicle, amplify driver proficiency, bolster threat perception, and heighten road safety measures.
Saurav Bhaik, the Founder and CEO of Tagbin, conveyed his deep gratitude for the resoundingly favourable responses received, noting, “It is a tremendous honour to observe the considerable influence our innovative solutions have garnered at the North Tech Symposium 2023. These technologies represent our steadfast dedication to equipping the Indian Army with the foremost advanced tools at their disposal. They transcend being simply products; they symbolise our pledge to strengthen our armed forces, paving the way for a safer and more secure future.” This alliance heralds a unique opportunity for students to immerse themselves in technology, becoming vital contributors to our innovation journey. Persisting on presenting its solutions at the symposium, the company invites all participants to delve into technologies.