PTI AccordinglyThe committee is headed by Principal Scientific Adviser Vijay Raghavan. The committee includes officials and technology leaders such as IT Secretary Ajay Sahni, Tri Chairman RS Sharma, Telecom Secretary Anku Prakash, Tata Group Chairman N Chandrasekaran, Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, Tech CP Guranani, IIT Madras, the committee consists of Google Maps India Professor V Kamakoti and Lolitesh Katragadda.
The committee, formed by the PMO, aims to track the movement of patients in quarantine using artificial intelligence and GPS. Remote healthcare facilities will also be provided in the app.
The committee is working to make the Arogya Bridge application available on all types of phones, not just smartphones.
As we told you that the Cure Bridge app was launched on April 2 and on the third day of launch, this app has been downloaded 5 million i.e. 50 million times and today a new Information It has been revealed that this application has crossed 50 million downloads 13 days after its launch.