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BharOS : An Indigenous Operating System Develop by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras is been Tested | 2YODOINDIA

BharOS : An Indigenous Operating System Develop by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras is been Tested

Union Minister for Communications, Electronics and Information Technology and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan test ‘BharOS‘ an indigenous operating system develop by the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT).

Dharmendra Pradhan Said :

“Congratulations to everyone involve in developing the system. For the very first time when our Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji talk about digital India 8 years ago, some of our friends mock him, but today, technocrats, innovators, industries and policymakers, and academic institutions of the country have accepted his vision after eight years,”.

Union Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw was also present at the event.

Ashwini Vaishnaw Said :

“There will be difficulties in this journey and there are many people around the world who will bring difficulties and will not want any such system to be successful,”.

BharOS, a new mobile operating system focus on privacy and security.

A mobile operating system is a software that is the core interface on a smartphone like Android by Google and iOS by Apple.

BharOS is an Indian government-fund project to develop a free and open-source operating system (OS) for use in government and public systems.

This project aims to reduce the dependence on foreign OS in smartphones and promote the use of locally developed technology.

It is a huge leap forward to create an indigenous ecosystem and a self-reliant future.

BharOS Services are currently being provide to organisations that have stringent privacy and security requirements and whose users handle sensitive information that requires confidential communications on restrict apps on mobiles.

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These type of users require access to private cloud services through private 5G networks.

BharOS was develop by JandK Operations Private Limited (JandKops), which has incubate by IIT Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation, a Section 8 (Not for Profit) Company establish by IIT Madras.

The Foundation is fund by the Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, under its National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NMICPS).

It aspires to put India on par with those few countries that currently possess such capabilities.

Addressing a Press Conference on 19th January 2023 to announce this Indian Mobile Operating System, Prof. V. Kamakoti, Director, of IIT Madras, said :

“BharOS Service is a Mobile Operating System built on a foundation of trust, with a focus on providing users more freedom, control, and flexibility to choose and use only the apps that fit their needs. This innovative system promises to revolutionise the way users think about security and privacy on their mobile devices.”

“IIT Madras looks forward to working closely with many more private industries, government agencies, strategic agencies and telecom service providers to increase the usage and adoption of BharOS in our Country,”.

BharOS comes with No Default Apps (NDA).

This means that users are not force to use apps that they may not be familiar with or that they may not trust.

This approach allows users to have more control over the permissions that apps have on their device, as they can choose to only allow apps that they trust to access certain features or data on their device.

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Karthik Ayyar, Director, JandK Operations Pvt Ltd., that develop this Mobile Operating System, said, :

“In addition, BharOS offers ‘Native Over The Air’ (NOTA) updates that can help to keep the devices secure. NOTA updates are automatically downloaded and installed on the device, without the need for the user to manually initiate the process. This ensures that the device is always running the latest operating system version, including the latest security patches and bug fixes. With NDA, PASS, and NOTA, BharOS ensures that Indian mobile phones are trustworthy.”

BharOS provides access to trusted apps from organisation-specific Private App Store Services (PASS).

A PASS provides access to a curate list of apps that have been thoroughly vetted and have met certain security and privacy standards of organisations.

This means users can be confident that the apps they are installing are safe to use and have check for any potential security vulnerabilities or privacy concerns.

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