CEIR system, which permits individuals to dam and observe their misplaced or stolen cell phones, is about for pan-India launch, and the Union authorities will roll it out throughout the nation within the coming week, in line with PTI.
“The system is ready for pan-India deployment and is scheduled for launch on May 17,” a Division of Telecommunications (DoT) official instructed PTI.
Rajkumar Upadhyay, Chief Govt Officer and Chairman, Mission Board, on the Centre for Development of Telematics (CDoT), a expertise improvement physique, confirmed CEIR was prepared for a pan-India deployment. Chaudhary, nevertheless, didn’t give any particular date, saying it is going to be deployed ‘in this quarter.’
CEIR goals to ease the reporting of stolen and misplaced cell phones, and block such gadgets from getting used, throughout the nation. Additionally, residents can examine the standing of their request to dam a misplaced/stolen telephone, they usually also can unblock the machine, as soon as it has been discovered.
How will the system work?
In latest days, CDoT, an autonomous telecom analysis and improvement (R&D) centre of the DoT, Authorities of India, has been operating a pilot of the CEIR system in telecom circles equivalent to Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and the North-East. To the system, CDoT added options to examine the usage of cloned cell phones, doing so for all telecom operators.
Then, to examine the entry of any unauthorised machine on their community, operators can have the listing of authorised IMEI numbers. It’s because the Centre has made it obligatory to reveal IMEI – a 15-digit distinctive numeric identifier – of cell phones earlier than these are offered.
Lastly, with the assistance of CEIR system, operators will use this IMEI data to trace the misplaced or stolen machine.