Datamini Along With Mait And Intel Launches Aadhaar-enabled Tablet: ‘Janunnati Pad’

Intel and equipment manufacturer Datamini has on Monday announced the launch of TPOS7 ‘Janunnati Pad’.

To support the government’s ongoing campaigns of ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’, the Janunnati Pad, a first-of-its-kind enterprise class, touch-enabled mobile device comes with integrated STQC-certified fingerprint scanner for Aadhaar authentication.

The Tablet can be used to help in the implementation of key e-Governance initiatives such as DBT (Direct Benefits Transfer) via Aadhaar-linked savings bank accounts of scheme beneficiaries, through its in-built fingerprint scanner, payments card reader and barcode scanner. It can also be deployed in the ‘Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana’ (PMJDY), to extend banking services to the rural and urban poor; make wage payments linked to Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS); deliver subsidised foodgrains to BPL families via the e-PDS (Public Distribution System); monitor public health services under the National Health Mission (NHM)

“The government’s futuristic vision reflected through the Digital India and Make in India programs augurs well for the overall improvement of the ecosystem in the country. we strongly believe the timing is apt for such a revolutionary product to be introduced in the country that can address the emerging needs for custom-built, application-specific enterprise class Tablets in the Indian as well as export markets,” said Pitamber Ahuja, Managing Director, Datamini Technologies.

Janunnati Pad comes with a 2 GB ram, Intel Atom X5-Z8300 processor weighing 550 grams and certain unique features like fingerprint scanner, Bar code scanner, SAM slot and smart card reader.

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