IIT Jodhpur | हिंदी संस्करण
IIT Jodhpur establishes iHub-Dristi, the Technology Innovation Hub on CV, AR and VR

The Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, has sanctioned 115 Crores to IIT Jodhpur under National Mission on Interdisciplinary Cyber-Physical Systems (NM- ICPS) to set up a Technology and Innovation Hub on Computer Vision and Augmented and Virtual Reality (CV and AR-VR).
           (i)   Dependable Computer Vision for Autonomous Systems
         (ii)  Bio and Medical Imaging for Healthcare and Ecological Sustainability
         (iii) Intelligent Multimedia Platform for Digital Learning
         (iv)  Computer Vision and AR-VR for Industry 4.0
         (v)   AI driven Augmented and Virtual Reality Applications
  Prof. Santanu Chaudhury, Director, IIT Jodhpur, who Chairs the Hub Governing Board said, “The iHub Drishti, will engage in application directed research and translation of research outcomes to products and processes in collaboration with academic and industrial partners from India and abroad. It will support and nurture start-up ecosystems, operate upskilling and reskilling programs and intend to enable and drive appropriate technology interventions in the relevant areas by the state and central ministries. It will host teams of faculty members, research scholars, developers and scientists who will work towards achieving the targets of the hub.”
  Prof. Mayank Vatsa, the Project Director of iHub Drishti, enthusiastically shares that “iHub Drishti envisions in creating an ecosystem in and around the thematic areas and building collaborations with other TIHs to foster the overall growth and development of CPS technologies. iHub Drishti will create state-of-the-art infrastructure facilities that will cater to the national need. In five years’ time frame, iHub Drishti will become the anchoring agency for technological innovations in the areas of Computer Vision, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.”