NEW DELHI: IT main Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has come up with an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-driven command center in Chennai that can screen examination venues across India in actual-time.
The TCS iON’s latest center in Chennai’s Sholinganallur has the functionality to supervise candidates, devices in addition to strength parameters at examination venues for ensuring fair and unfastened tests.
The center can music movement and gadgets carried through each candidate at any examination center through a stay CCTV feed. It additionally predicts the readiness of the exam center based on beyond incidents and the modern live feed of occasions inside the exam center, TCS stated in a launch. Alerts are issued approximately any malpractice attempts primarily based on the learnings from the malpractice patterns of the beyond.
By layering a virtual tracking platform at the newly evolved bodily infrastructure, TCS iON goals to offer an advanced experience to examination administrators for the truthful conduct of assessments along with the transparency of the examination operations, the organization said inside the assertion.
Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON, said, the Chennai center is a benchmark for actual-time tracking of more than one event all through excessive-stake checks.
“This is our subsequent bounce to reimagine the exam tracking process and guarantee truthful and unfastened tests at scale, even in the remotest places within and outdoor India,” he said explaining that the real-time tracking of the end-to-end exam process has been made viable thru an interaction of virtual technology covering cloud, analytics, artificial intelligence pushed algorithms, IoT frameworks, and different excessive-stop computational and photograph processing algorithms.
TCS iON is a strategic enterprise unit of the IT organization which goes with training forums and recruitment bodies to behavior big-scale and excessive-stake examinations in India. To date, TCS iON has carried out 3,180 assessments for greater than 2 hundred million candidates in 6,444 examination venues throughout 643 towns.