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Cellular System to track people during Lakshadeepothsava

Cellular System to track people during Lakshadeepothsava


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 23, 2016: Reports indicate a new technology called  OCS, Offline Cellular System, it  will be installed at Shri Kshethra Dharmasthala to trace people in case they go missing during the Lakshadeepothsava which will be held from November 24 to 29.  


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The OCS technology has been designed by students of K K Wagh Computer Science College, Nasik, Maharashtra. A five-member team led by Kaushik Bagh will install the system. He is a member of NASA and is well-known for his IT skills.

The system will have eight electromagnetic computers. It is said that the person could be traced even though the mobile is switched off and the system can work without internet and a mobile signal. The team has successfully installed the system at Kumbha Melas in Nasik and Ujjain.


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Prashanth, Mangalore Fri, November-25-2016, 3:56
The Term "ElectroMagnetic computers" is a bit confusing and not in existance. I request the editors to verify, and cross check such scientific articles before publishing. My biggest thought is generally an adult would however trace himself out to a known location and call police or his friends or guardians. But usually in Melas like the Kumbh or Laksha Deepostsava, most of the missing incidents are reported are of children who usually do not carry any cellphones with them. How to trace them? or the tracing is limited to only mobile carrying adults?
Krish D’souza, Calicut Tue, November-22-2016, 11:49
Never go missing purposely to check the new invention of Wagh. But any way great just joking dude .
Sujith Anchan, Bellary Tue, November-22-2016, 11:38
Its a good discovery by KK Wagh . You have skills and ability to discover the best . Wish you success and hope for the best. Thank You
Naseer Ahmed, Jaipur Tue, November-22-2016, 11:34
Something innovative. Technology is so advanced that nothing is impossible these days
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