IMC 2022: Information will be available before natural disaster, message will come on mobile immediately from C-Dot Technology


PM Narendra Modi inaugurated the 6th India Mobile Congress in Delhi.
In this program, PM Modi took information about C-Dot technology.
Many better solutions were introduced in C-Dot regarding disaster management.

New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 6th India Mobile Congress in the capital Delhi. On this occasion, he took information about C-Dot Technology. This indigenous technology will prove to be revolutionary for India. C-Dot has a great solution for disaster management. If there is going to be heavy rain anywhere in your area, then you will get the information about it earlier. In this, information will be sent through artificial intelligence.

Help will be available in agriculture, education and healthcare sector
If any kind of natural disaster is going to happen in your area, then through C-Dot you will get instant information about it on mobile, TV and radio. With this technology, the government will get a big help in the field of disaster management and necessary information can be delivered to the citizens in time. Apart from this, this technology will also be useful in the fields of agriculture, education and healthcare. The biggest advantage of this will be that people will be able to exchange information in time.

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This is the 6th edition of India Mobile Congress and its theme is ‘New Digital World’. In this, PM Narendra Modi also launched 5G network. Mobile data will be available manifold from the 5G telecom network and people will get world-class communication facilities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted before participating in this program, saying, ‘After a while India Mobile Congress is going to start, where preparations are being made to start 5G revolution in India.’

After launching the 5G internet network, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in the year 2014, the cost of 1GB data was around Rs 300, which has now come down to Rs 10. He said that an average person in India consumes 14GB of internet per month. Its cost used to be around Rs 4200 per month in 2014. Now its price has come down to just Rs 125-150.

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