PM Modi publishes 6G vision document, says telecom technology is empowering people

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday unveiled Bharat’s 6G Vision Document and inaugurated a new Regional office and Innovation Center of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

At the event, the Prime Minister also launched the 6G R&D Test Bed and the ‘Call Before You Dig’ App.

Speaking at the event, the Prime Minister said: “Today, when India is hosting the G-20, reducing divisions in the region is one of its priorities. When we talk about the bridge the gap in technology, which is very natural to expect from India.”

The Prime Minister also affirmed in that event “telecommunication technology is empowering our citizens in India”.

Noting that India has seen a rapid increase in the number of internet users in rural areas in recent years, the Prime Minister said “it shows the strength of technical India”. number.”

The Bharat 6G vision document was prepared by the 6G Technology Innovation Group (TIG-6G) established in November 2021 with members from various Ministries/Departments, research and development organizations, academia , standardization body, Telecommunications Service Providers and industry to develop a road map and action plan for 6G in India.

6G Testbed will provide academic institutions, industry, startups and MSMEs as well as industry, among others, a platform to test and validate emerging ICT technologies develop. The 6G Bharat Vision Paper and 6G Demo will also provide an enabling environment for innovation, capacity building and faster domestic adoption of technology.

The Call Before You Dig (CBuD) application is a tool intended to prevent damage to fundamental assets such as fiber optic cables, which occurs as a result of uncoordinated mining and mining, resulting in damage. thousands of cores per year. The CBuD mobile app connects diggers and property owners via SMS/Email notifications and click-to-call to plan excavations in the country while keeping assets underground.

ITU is the specialized agency for information and communication technology (ICT) of the United Nations. Headquartered in Geneva, it has a network of field offices, Regional Offices and Regional offices.

India signed a Host Country Agreement in March 2022 with ITU to establish a Regional Office. The Regional Office in India is also slated to have an Innovation Hub embedded in it, making it unique among ITU’s other regional offices.

The Regional Office, fully funded by India, is located on the second floor of the Center for Telecommunication Development (C-DoT) building in Mehrauli New Delhi. It will serve India, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Afghanistan and Iran, strengthen coordination among countries and promote mutually beneficial economic cooperation in the region.

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