ٹیکنالوجی کی دنیا میں انقلاب برپا : پہلا فولڈ ایبل اسمارٹ فون متعارف

بیجنگ (مانیٹرنگ ڈیسک) امریکی کمپنی نے دنیا کا پہلا فولڈ ایبل اسمارٹ فون متعارف کرواتے ہوئے ٹیکنالوجی کی دنیا میں انقلاب برپا کردیا۔ تفصیلات کے مطابق چین کے دارالحکومت بیجنگ میں ہونے والی تقریب کے دوران امریکا کی غیر معروف کمپنی ’رائل‘ نے ’فلیکس پائی‘ نامی اسمارٹ فون اور ٹیبلیٹ کا امتزاج متعارف کروایا جو رواں برس دسمبر سے صارفین کے لیے دستیاب ہوگا۔

فلیکس پائی ویسے تو اسمارٹ فون ہے مگر اس کا ایل سی ڈی ڈسپلے ٹیبلیٹ کی طرح بڑا دیا گیا مگر ایک اچھی خاصیت یہ ہے کہ اس کو صارف فولڈ کر کے جیب میں اسمارٹ فون کی طرح آسانی سے رکھ سکتا ہے۔ فون کو کھول کر دیکھا جائے تو اس کی اسکرین کا سائز 7.8 انچ ہے جو اب تک سام سنگ اور آئی فون جیسے کمپنیاں نہیں بنا سکیں جبکہ اس اسمارٹ فون کو فولڈ کر دیا جائے تو 3 چھوٹی  سکرینز سامنے آجاتی ہیں۔ رائل کمپنی کے چیف اگیزیکٹو آفیسر نے دعویٰ کیا کہ ’فلیکس پائی کو تیار کرتے وقت اس بات کا ماہرین نے خاص خیال رکھا کہ اس کو فولڈ کرنے سے اسکرین میں خرابی پیدا نہ ہو‘۔ اُن کا کہنا تھا کہ فون میں ہائی ریزولیشن پکچر کوالٹی اور کنٹراسٹ، وائیڈ اینگل فیچرز شامل کیے گئے جو اب تک کسی بھی کمپنی نے متعارف نہیں کروائے۔ موبائل فیچرز فون میں اسنیپ ڈراگون پراسیسر ، 8 جی بی ریم اور 256 گیگا بائٹس اسٹوریج دی گئی جبکہ اضافی میموری کے لیے کارڈ سلاڈ بھی موجود ہے جو 256 جی بی تک کارڈ کو سپورٹ کرتا ہے۔ فلیکس پائی میں 16 اور 20 میگا پکسل کے 2 کیمرے آپٹیکل اسٹیبلائزیشن فیچر کے ساتھ دیے گئے جبکہ 3800 ایم اے ایچ بیٹری اور پائی اینڈرائیڈ آپریٹنگ سسٹم موجود ہے، علاوہ ازیں تیز چارجنگ کے لیے علیحدہ یوایس بی پورٹ بھی دی گئی ہے۔ فلیکس پائی فون کی قیمت چین میں 8 ہزار 999 یوآن اور 12 ہزار 999 یوآن رکھی مقرر کی گئی، مارکیٹ میں عام صارفین کے لیے یہ فون دسمبر سے دستیاب ہوگا۔

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Pakistan’s IT industry need more experts and research

IT industry in Pakistan has the potential to expand even more in the future as it is mounting day by day vigorously. Information Technology sector is concerning as the most successful sector of the Pakistan’s economy and can get higher to the fore by accommodating more young talented skilled people and more research in the domain of IT industry.

IT industry in Pakistan needs more experts and research

Technology transformed the country’s development gradually, and was opening up new path for all, and many of Pakistani young talented were specializing in different aspects of the IT industry and being supported by the government.

Department of Computer Science, University of Karachi organized an event career fair 2018 for the students to access job opportunities and gain IT-knowledge to prosper ahead.

Pakistan was ranked in the top five countries that had the best professional freelancers. It is a great pleasure for the country to be allied with this initiative of the Department of Computer Science, University of Karachi (DCS-KU), which is geared towards the promotion of new technologies and job opportunities for the fresher’s.

The world had become a global village due to the occurrence of globalization and scientific growth and development. In this regard, a job-oriented curriculum and degrees had become pivotal due to the modern trends of the industry and the markets.

The IT industry in Pakistan needs more research; we need more people to come in the field of research and invention so Pakistan can compete with other countries with regards to IT sector. We are living in times where basic knowledge of computer science is required everywhere.

We have many talented developers and IT professionals in Pakistan, but there are not enough IT-related products in the market. I will encourage my students to work on producing products that go out in the international market as Pakistani products.

IT industry provided a platform for students to enter the professional life, and afterwards their skills were the deciding factor. Pakistani students were highly talented and competent, and they just needed direction and guidance to groom.

The government aims to increase productivity in the public sector, improve the standards of IT infrastructure in the country and use it as a management tool for the promotion of good governance and made the IT industry of Pakistan the leading IT sector worldwide.

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E-learn app by PITB an alternative to tuition seekers

With the advancement in technology there’s an amazing app launched “E-Learn” by Punjab government in accordance to the Prime Minister Imran Khan vision.

E-learn app by PITB an alternative to tuition seekers

The basic mission to launched e-learn app is to provide frequent benefits as it digitalize the curriculum textbooks, a paper-less educational system, an alternative to tuition.

E-Learn App is available on Google Play Store. The core features of e-learn app is that an online system that helps to manage schooling of any grade, simplify the daily tasks that required running efficiently. Each textbook along with video lectures, pictures, animations, simulations, and interactive sessions are provided in the app.

28 Science and Math textbooks, 13,047 video Lectures 592 simulations, 2100 minutes audio and 1,830 animations are available for the school students from grade 6th to 12th.

Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) has collaborated with Punjab Curriculum & Textbook Board and the School Education Department (SED) to develop the whole curriculum.

The future advancement in this app requires offline version to provide ease. So, that students can have speedy and easily offline access when internet isn’t unavailable.

E-learn app reduces the workload for students, Teachers and also Parents. Students don’t need to pay for textbooks and all other features, their tuition fee eliminates by getting this app benefit and most important have a track record. These innovations shows a brighter future ahead.

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Student develops IoT based ‘Smart Helmet’ for miners in Balochistan

The Smart Helmet designed by Ali Gul, a BUITEMS graduate, is embedded with gas temperature humidity real-time location systems and heartbeat sensors to detect pulse rates. It gives early warnings of the presence of different poisonous gases

Student develops IoT based 'Smart Helmet' for miners in Balochistan

A computer engineering student Ali Gul did his final year project from Balochistan University of Information Technology, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS). He came close to an incident with his elder brother who worked at a coal mine, had an accident and was seriously injured. Ali came up with an idea to resolve this major issue by using his computing skills and knowledge to save miners’ lives and make sure their safety in dangerous environments and hence, came up with the idea of ‘Smart Helmet’.

IoT based Smart Helmet being incubated at the National Incubation Centre (NIC) in Quetta. The core features of smart helmet is able to identify multiple gas leakages, track real-time location, analyse health vitals for miners, and also has the capability to inform miners about potentially dangerous areas inside the mines through vibrations, and toggling of colourful lights. The end-goal of this product is to keep the workers safe and reduce fatal accidents by generating and analyzing data.

Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan and mining secretary Saleh Baloch , after watching an interview of Ignite CEO Yusuf Hussain on television about Smart Helmet, tweeted that his government is willing to support the product, and a go-to-market strategy by supplying Smart Helmet to miners in the province.

In an interview, Gul told the technical details of Smart Helmet, “This helmet is embedded with gas temperature humidity real-time location systems and heartbeat sensors to detect pulse rates. It gives early warnings of the presence of different poisonous gases. There’s a base station to monitor the coal mines’ environmental condition and a ventilation fan inside the mines.” The technologies used  in the development of Smart Helmet include Zigbee, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Haball, 1LINK and Meezan Bank ties knot for B2B payments in Pakistan

Haball, 1LINK (Pvt) Limited (1LINK) and Meezan Bank Limited (Meezan Bank) ties knot to introduce a fast, secure and simple payment solution to accelerate digital payments in the Pakistani B2B spaces.

Haball, 1LINK and Meezan Bank ties knot for B2B payments in Pakistan

The signing ceremony was held at 1LINK head office, Karachi.This arrangement will ease B2B payment by enabling businesses of all sizes to make inter-entity digital payments, that fulfill their existing bookkeeping, reconciliation and reporting processes using Haball’s Context Driven Payment solution.

This solution introduces new standards, providing a one-window B2B payment aggregation solution for consolidated information across all omni-channel end-points. While Haball’s role will be of an aggregator, Meezan Bank will perform the settlement function. 1LINK’s largest and state of the art infrastructure will ensure seamless processing of the transactions.

“Businesses can now benefit from our context driven payment solution, automating the most fundamental business processes” said Omer Bin Ahsan, CEO, Haball. “Haball provides businesses a convenient way to pay digitally and instantly, bringing efficiencies in existing business processes by streamlining existing workflows and improving productivity”.

Najeeb Agrawalla, CEO 1LINK commented “1LINK is at the forefront in bringing innovation in digital payments sphere, resulting in convenience and secure payment methods. Haball’s solution for B2B payments will create the ease of doing business in Pakistan and also positively add towards its economy”.

Ariful Islam, Deputy CEO, Meezan Bank said “Meezan Bank has a clear and focused Digital strategy and this collaboration is one of the various Fintech alliances that we have been working on.

We are very excited to be the first bank to partner with Haball and 1LINK, bringing digital payment automation solutions in the B2B landscape in Pakistan. We admire Haball’s dedication to revolutionize commercial payments, and through this partnership we plan to address the challenges in the Pakistani B2B payment space effectively”.

Fatima group is the first business conglomerate in Pakistan to adopt Haball’s B2B payment automation solution. “We look forward to using Haball’s solution as the platform to integrate all types of payments,” said Sardar Naufil Mahmud, CIO, Fatima Group, “optimizing Order-to-Cash and subsequently Procure-to-Pay cycles with full integration to our existing ERP systems.

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