New identification system developed to improve upon tech devised by UIDAI for 'Aadhar'
A Dynamic Identification System(DID) , that aims to improve upon the existing technology devised by the UIDAI for 'Aadhar' , has been developed by an Army officer and Security Technologist.
Named as ‘Chanakya Chakra’, the DID, developed by former Army officer Col (Retd.) Sanjeev Kaul, will carry out identification as well as verification simultaneously without any human interference, Col Kaul claimed at a press conference here.Addressing reporters here on Thursday evening , Col Kaul said ‘Chanakya Chakra’ , once implemented, will be a National-International Interface based on Dynamic Identification System, called DID.
Inspired by the ‘Palm Vein Recognition Authentication Technology’ developed by Fujitsu, Japan more than a decade ago and in ‘Direct Server Authentication and Verification’ mode, this innovative system of identification has its working based on an individual’s pattern of veins established before birth.
Col Kaul said that It was introduced in India in 2008 but is not being used extensively except for marking attendance in a limited mode.
"As no two individuals in the world share a palm vein pattern, even the identical twins differ, the use of this technology to create an interface is the most credible method of securing an individual’s identity. It is unlike other static identifications like UID and has a different dynamism in its system, that is most needed at national level now with all round development and growth. The implementation of the same would take nearly two to three years in a country like India." Said Col Kaul.
In order to make the whole process crystal clear , Col Kaul has documented the detailed study and the necessary explanation of the mega project in an especially written trilogy of ‘Creative India Books.’
Throwing light on the increasing number of threats to the identity of an individual and everyday incidents like Vyapam Scam, MGNREGA Scam, RTE Scam, Delhi EWS Scam and other Anti-social activities like Hacking and Siphoning of Bank Money to Nigeria and Human Trafficking, etc, Col Kaul said,'there is a need to introduce such a project which cannot be challenged. ‘Chanakya Charka’, with a technology fully suitable for the same, is a sure way to secure the identity of nations and the sooner it is implemented, the better it would be for our nation as well as the world as a whole.'
Two of these books have already been released under the titles- “Creative Politics, Creative India, Creative Youth in a Global Perspective” and “How To Make India Secure Again Technologically' and the third book is yet to be released.