Cybercrime, Cyber threats research & analysis


  • Drone / UAV / Airship Manufacturer
  • Cyber Forensic / Cyber Law
  • Satellite communication & Electronics
  • On 00:32 by Ronald

    Few Of Our Computing Units & Systems

    MT800M-P NVIDIA MXM Compatible Motherboard


    • 8th Gen Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 processors
    • 2x DDR4 SO-DIMM, Max. 32GB
    • 4x Intel® Gigabit LAN
    • 2x DisplayPort,1x DVI-D, 1x VGA
    • 6x USB 3.1, 2x USB 2.0, 2x SATA III, 6x COM
    • 1x PCI-Ex16 (3x PCI-E x4 signal, optional riser card), 1x Mini PCI-E socket, 1x M.2 (M-key)
    • 1x MXM socket supports NVIDIA MXM GPU card (Up to 190W)

    Raspberry Pi Zero WBroadcom BCM2835 (1x ARM1176JZFS core @ 1GHz)

    Onion Omega2Plus580 MHz MIPS

    Rock64 Media BoardRockchip RK3328 (4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.5GHz)

    PocketBeagleOctavo Systems OSD335x SiP with TI Sitara AM3358 (1x Cortex-A8 @ 1GHz)

    BBC micro:bitARM Cortex-M0n/a


    Used for compactness and faster processing for heavy duty complex logic.

    Nano satellites:

    UAV & UAS - Auto pilot systems

    Oil & Gas monitoring systems:

    Fault monitoring system

    Display Systems

    P10 interfaced with AVR ATMEGA8

    Advanced display systems

    Wireless Technology

    On 00:00 by Ronald


    1. Predicting Patient Readmission Risk:

    Problem: Hospital readmissions cost healthcare systems billions of dollars annually. Identifying patients at high risk of readmission allows for interventions and preventative measures, improving patient outcomes and reducing costs.

    Solution: Develop a machine learning model using patient data (diagnoses, medications, social determinants of health) to predict readmission risk. The model could utilize various algorithms like logistic regression, support vector machines, or even deep learning approaches.

    Implementation: Gather and preprocess patient data, train the model, and integrate it into the healthcare system's workflow. Clinicians can then use the predicted risk to prioritize patients for proactive interventions.

    Results: The model achieves 85% accuracy in predicting readmission risk. This leads to a 20% reduction in readmissions within a year, saving the hospital $1 million.

    2. Detecting Fraudulent Transactions:

    Problem: Online transactions are susceptible to fraud, causing financial losses for businesses and customers. Detecting fraudulent transactions in real-time is crucial for minimizing damage.

    Solution: Build a fraud detection system powered by AI. The system analyzes transaction data (amount, location, time, user behavior) to identify patterns and anomalies indicative of fraud. Techniques like rule-based systems, neural networks, and anomaly detection algorithms can be employed.

    Implementation: Integrate the system into payment gateways and online platforms. The system analyzes transactions in real-time, flagging suspicious activity for investigation before financial loss occurs.

    Results: The system detects 70% of fraudulent transactions before completion, reducing financial losses by 80%. This protects both the business and its customers.

    3. Optimizing Delivery Routes:

    Problem: Transportation companies face issues like traffic congestion, fuel costs, and inefficient routes, impacting delivery times and customer satisfaction. Optimizing delivery routes can significantly improve efficiency and reduce costs.

    Solution: Design a route optimization algorithm based on deep reinforcement learning. The algorithm takes into account factors like traffic conditions, weather, delivery locations, and vehicle capacity to generate the most efficient route in real-time.

    Implementation: Integrate the algorithm with GPS devices and delivery management systems. The algorithm provides drivers with dynamic, constantly updated routes, improving efficiency and optimizing delivery times.

    Results: The algorithm reduces delivery times by 15% and fuel consumption by 10%. This translates to cost savings for the company and a better delivery experience for customers.

    These are just a few examples of how AI/ML/DNN can be used to solve real-world problems in various industries. Remember, the key to writing compelling case studies is to tailor them to the specific project and highlight its unique impact. With more details about your projects, I can help you craft even more impactful case studies.

    Libraries and framework used

    • Tensor Flow
    • Open CV
    • Microsoft Kinect
    • Computer vision integration with APM Planner for Drone Vision

    On 03:18 by Ronald

    Website + Mobile App + Admin Panel + Hosting only at 260USD 

    Delivery in 3 working days.

    Combo pack at USD 260 includes:

    • Website
    • Website Admin panel
    • Mobile App for Android
    • Mobile App for iOS
    • Admin panel for mobile app
    • Hosting 

    On 08:16 by Ronald

    Get DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) Approval/permission and license

    • Drone permission
    • Ariel photography permission
    • Fly cam permission
    • Fly cam video shoot permission
    • UAV flying permission
    • UAV & Drone equipments customs permission
    • Drone & UAV Spares and components importing permission.
    • Procedure for legal permission for Drone or UAV

    DGCA Consultant:

    On 07:06 by Ronald in

    What is the Internet of Things (IoT)?

    Internet of Things definition: The vast network of devices connected to
    the Internet, including smart phones and tablets and almost anything with a sensor on it – cars, machines in production plants, jet engines, oil drills, wearable devices, and more. These “things” collect and exchange data.

    IoT is a transformational force that can help companies improve performance through IoT analytics and IoT Security to deliver better results. Businesses in the utilities, oil & gas, insurance, manufacturing, transportation, infrastructure and retail sectors can reap the benefits of IoT by making more informed decisions, aided by the torrent of interactional and transactional data at their disposal.
    IoT – and the machine-to-machine (M2M) technology behind it – are bringing a kind of “super visibility” to nearly every industry. Imagine utilities and telcos that can predict and prevent service outages, airlines that can remotely monitor and optimize plane performance, and healthcare organizations that can base treatment on real-time genome analysis. The business possibilities are endless.

    How can IoT help?

    IoT platforms can help organizations reduce cost through improved process efficiency, asset utilization and productivity. With improved tracking of devices/objects using sensors and connectivity, they can benefit from real-time insights and analytics, which would help them make smarter decisions. The IIoT, or the Industrial Internet, is driving unprecedented insights and efficiencies in the manufacturing industry. Machine learning, M2M communication, sensor data, and automation technologies work together to create autonomous smart machines and connected factories. The growth and convergence of data, processes and things on the internet would make such connections more relevant and important, creating more opportunities for people, businesses and industries.

    Consumer packaged Goods
    Education Publishing
    Travel & Hospitality

    Agile Infrastructure
    Data Management
    Digital Transformation Services
    Managed Infrastructure & Security Services
    Product Engineering Services
    IT Security Services
    Web Technologies

    Big Data
    Cloud Computing
    Data Science
    Internet of Things (IoT)
    Mobility Solution
    Software Defined Data Center(SDDC)

    On 03:21 by Ronald in

    In software engineering, even with recent active research on formal methods and automated tools, users’ involvement is inevitable and crucial throughout the software development lifecycle. Automation of these manual tasks would assist the developers throughout the development. Our project goal is to help the engineers to resolve ambiguity in natural language (NL) using Natural Language Processing and to overcome different levels of abstraction between requirements documents and formal specifications using Two-Level Grammar (TLG). The result is a system that assists developers to build a formal representation from the informal requirements for rapid prototyping and complete system implementation.

    On 23:06 by Ronald in
    Integrated system to capture data from the physical world and plot it for analytical purpose. This system is often integrated with drones for specialized missions.
    Project designed and developed by:Amit
    Contact: 09951113374