Completed Projects

Biomedical Signal Analyzer for Seizure Prediction.

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Thiruvanathapuram Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology (SCTIMST), Thiruvanathapuram

Contact Person: Shri P.M. Sasi, e-mail:

Description: Proof of concept Software has been developed for seizure prediction (detection of preictal region) using offline EEG Data recordings. The system will be capable of patient specific automatic learning to differentiate preictal region and interictal patterns of brain wave synchronization.


Development of a PC based fully Automatic Batch Analyzer for clinical chemistry.

Implementing Agency: CSIO Chandigarh, VIT Vellore

Contact Person: Shri R.C. Gupta, e-mail:

Description: In the field of diagnostics, a clinician needs quick, reportable and accurate result. PC based batch analyzer system is used to determine enzyme activity and substrate concentration in biological fluids at 37°C by constant rate on a fixed time, end point and kinetic methods. In this system patients and tests are automatically selected .It does optimize work load running up to 18 different chemistries per patients at a time. The software would allow the operator to program entire daily routine without diving it into different batches.


Virtual Reality based Minimally Invasive Surgical Simulator (VR-MISS) with Haptic feedback.

Implementing Agency: Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, CMC, Vellore

Contact Person: Dr. M. Manivannan, e-mail:

Description: Software for virtual reality system has been developed for laparoscopic skill acquisition required for a variety of laparoscopic procedure and hardware has been developed specifically for laparoscopic simulation that can render force feedback to the trainee surgeon leading to improved healthcare outcome.


Design & Development of Closed Loop Anesthesia Delivery System (CLADS).

Implementing Agency: PGIMER, Chandigarh

Contact Person: Dr G.D. Puri, e-mail:

Description: CLADS is an automated anesthesia delivery system developed by PGIMER, Chandigarh in which syringe infusion pumps for delivering different anesthetic drugs and the patient monitors are interfaced to a computer which uses an algorithm defined to control these syringe pumps based on the patient characteristics as well as continuous feedback of patient condition from the monitor.



Development of Radiation Field Analyzer (RFA).

Implementing Agency: VECC, Kolkata

Contact Person: Sh. Subrata Dasgupta,

Description: RFA is used to measure the radiation beam profile of medical linear accelerator in water cuboid. In the radiation therapy treatment planning process it is essential to determine the radiation dose distribution emanating from radiation source and as it enters the body of the patient is very important. The probabilities of local control and complications are sensitive functions of dose delivered. Therefore, accurate knowledge of dose at all critical points within the body is essential.



Deployment of Telemedicine at Remote CHC/PHC in Tripura

Implementing Agency: Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Contact Person: Shri Monish Mukherjee,

Description: The project objective is to set up Telemedicine facilities at remote PHCs/CHCs in Tripura and to deploy Telemedicine to provide health care services for various categories of diseases in remote, rural areas of Tripura and thereby to permeate the benefit of ICT through Telemedicine Services in wide region of the state. Telemedicine systems have been deployed at two referral hospitals viz. GBP Hospital, Agartala, IGM Hospital, Agartala and six nodal hospitals and are being used for patient consultation.



Technology up gradation of Pulse Oximeter.

Implementing Agency: CSIO, Chandigarh

Contact Person: Sh. S.R. Taneja, e-mail:

Description: Pulse Oximeter is a portable, non-invasive monitor of oxygen saturation that enables prompt recognition of hypoxemia. Pulse Oximetry basically measures oxygen saturation, the percentage of hemoglobin saturated with oxygen and Pulse Rate. Technology has been developed by CSIO, Chandigarh and transferred to REIL, Jaipur.


Design and Development of Electronic Portal Imaging Device (EPID) for radiation Therapy by CSIO, Chandigarh and VIT Vellore.

Implementing Agency: CSIO, Chandigarh & VIT Vellore

Contact Person: Dr. HK Sardana, e-mail:

Description: For the treatment of cancer, Modern radiation therapy deploys use of advanced Linear accelerators (LINAC) and treatment planning systems. Treatment strategies like Image-Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) and Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) deploy precise treatment systems which are based on computational information from CT planning systems along with real time imaging from Electronic Portal Imaging Devices (EPID).


EPID is a camera based flat panel detector imaging technology integrated with LINAC machine. It helps capture images while the radiation treatment is about to start or in progress for accurate patient positioning and targeting of the desired region. EPID captures the image of the patient’s position with respect to beam location and helps calculate the error through which is beam is deviating from the region of interest or would harm the surrounding normal tissue.


Design and Development of 2.6 MW S-Band Tunable Pulse Magnetron.

Implementing Agency: CEERI Pilani

Contact Person: Dr. V V P Singh, e-mail:

Description: 2.6 MW Pulse Magnetron has been developed by CEERI Pilani and its testing on 6 MV LINAC at SAMEER, Mumbai has been successfully completed. Magnetron is a high power microwave source which is used in LINAC machine for acceleration of electron beams to energies to produce X-rays of required wavelength and intensity. Magnetron provides an economical solution for use in Linear Accelerator based X-ray machines which are extensively used for medical, industrial and security applications.

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Establishment of facility for batch fabrication of Linear Accelerator (LINAC) tube for Linear Accelerator machines.

Implementing Agency: SAMEER, Mumbai

Contact Person: Shri Sanjay Pethe, e-mail:

Description: To establish infrastructure for future batch production of 6 MV LINAC tube and LINAC machines for medical as well as industrial applications by SAMEER, DeitY had supported creation of a special infrastructure at Navi Mumbai, Khargar campus. The setting up of this batch production facility is completed. Bench marking of the facility is in progress. Fabrication of LINAC tubes have been initiated.


Development of Data Management System for Oncology with special reference to RCC Thiruvananthapuram.

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram

Contact Person: Shri R. Ravindra Kumar

Description: Under this project, an integrated HIS-EMR system has been developed and implemented at RCC, Thiruvananthapuram. The system is operational for last two years in several cancer clinics of the Centre.


Content-based Image Retrieval for Medical Images.

Implementing Agency: INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Kharagpur

Contact Person: Sudipta Mukhopadhyay,

Description: The project was aimed at demonstration of ICT for the training of junior radiologists. A system has been developed by IIT Kharagpur for training of radiologists by retrieving similar images along with interpretation.


National resource center for tele medicine in SGPGIMS Lucknow.

Implementing Agency: Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences, Lucknow

Contact Person: Prof. S. K. Mishra, e-mail:

Description: Under this project a Centre for Excellence has been created in the area of telemedicine and biomedical informatics. The centre is being used by Union M/o Health &Family Welfare as National Resource Center for National Medical College Network. Professionals from various States and abroad have also been trained at the center.


Development & Implementation of ICT based Mobile Tele Oncology System for extending the coverage of ONCONET Kerala project.

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram

Contact Person: Shri Nanda Kumar

Description: To provide follow-up consultation for patients who have undergone cancer treatment at RCC, Trivandrum, detection of cancer, treatment for cervical cancer and access to major medical facilities through video conferencing and to conduct disease awareness programmes.


A fully equipped Telemedicine Bus with the latest diagnostic equipments, treatment facility and Video Conferencing Facility (through V-SAT) has been developed by CDAC, Trivandrum and provided to the Malabar Cancer Care Society (MCCS). The project will cover 318 Panchayats of five districts of North Kerala namely Kasargode, wayanad, Kannur, Malappuram and Kozhikode

Development of Medical Image Analyzer for Cervical Cancer (CerviSCAN).

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram

Contact Person: Shri R. Ravindra Kumar, e-mail:

Description: Cancer of the uterine cervix is the second most common cancer in women worldwide. It kills more than 288,000 women each year. CerviSCAN is a low cost, semi-automated system for early detection and screening of cervical cancer. This system developed by CDAC, Trivandrum, IIT Kharagpur & RCC Trivandrum captures images of PAP-smears using a digital microscope and applies advanced image analysis and machine learning algorithms to detect pre-cancerous lesions. The project was developed in collaboration with Uppsala University Sweden.


Design and Development of Multileaf Collimator (MLC) for use in Medical Linear Accelerator machine.

Implementing Agency: SAMEER, Mumbai

Contact Person: Rajesh Harsh, e-mail:

Description: Multileaf collimators are used on linear accelerators to provide conformal shaping of radiotherapy treatment beams. The Multileaf collimator (MLC) has become essential component for radiation therapy delivery. The technology to adjust leaf positions during beam delivery based on a predetermined leaf sequence facilitating intensity modulated radiation therapy provides required doses to the tumor based on the shape of the beam.



Technology Development for Building Distributed, Scalable, and Reliable Healthcare Information Store.

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Pune & SICS Sweden

Contact Person: Dr. P.K. Sinha, e-mail:

Description: Under the project a framework has been developed that can be used to build a distributed, scalable, and reliable healthcare information store system having a single EHR (Electronic Health Record) for every individual in the area of Medical Informatics. The framework developed under this project provides a platform for integration of health record from all possible sources. The framework provides an EHR API which application developers can use to build services around the framework and use distributed health store for the storage of electronic health records.

The project was executed in collaboration between C-DAC Pune, and SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science) Sweden.



Design and Development of Automated Traction Unit.

Implementing Agency: C-DAC, Mohali

Contact Person: Shri J.S. Bhatia

Description: The automated traction unit (ATU-2M) is a complete system designed to provide precise traction force for physiotherapy purposes. The pull stretches the musculature and connective tissue components of the cervical spine to relieve the inter-vertebral pressures; thereby relieving the associated cervical and lumbar pains.


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