The government of India has decided to use Global Positioning System (GPS) for tracking of Aadhar UID Devices at all the CSC centres that scan the iris and take fingerprints of people registering for their 12-digit unique identification number. Phase II of the UID registration drive will be started form April 2017.
The need for GPS-based UID machines was felt for enhancing security of the machines. It was seen that the authorities did not have any means of knowing where the machines were being stored. It was left to IT companies that take up the job to safeguard the machines. The GPS-enabled tracking will help now all the authorities concerned to track each machine and it will cut down chances of any tampering with the machines or theft, explained an official.
GPS-tracking will also avoid problems that had cropped up during phase I of the drive. Officials said there had been incidents when residents would go to a registration centre, which would either be closed or would not have these machines.
In case a centre is closed or not functioning, the GPS tracker will help citizens identify centres that are open. All information regarding GPS-based machines will be put up on the website so that citizens can check and go to the nearest centre,” said Bhogale.
All the vle’s can purchase the UID approved GPS Devices from Barcode Bazar. The list of the UID GPS devices available at Barcode Bazar are as follows:
BU-353 GPS Device
Micro 93 Secure GPS Device
IG CBI Transline GPS Device
IG CBE Transline GPS Device
NUNAV 100 GPS Device
For more information please contact
B-26, 3rd Floor Patel Garden, Dwarka Mod
Contact No-9711081512, 8826237991