IIT Madras develops “MOUSHIK” microprocessor

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras has efficiently developed ‘MOUSHIK’, an indigenously-made microprocessor for the Internet of issues (IoT) gadgets. ‘MOUSHIK’ is a processor cum a system-on-chip that may cater to the rapidly-growing IoT gadgets, an integral a part of sensible cities of a digital India. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology funded the MOUSHIK undertaking of IIT Madras.


“MOUSHIK” microprocessor was conceptualised, designed and developed on the Pratap Subrahmanyam Centre for Digital Intelligence and Secure Hardware Architecture (PS-CDISHA) of the RISE Group, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Madras. The discipline purposes of ‘MOUSHIK’ embrace sensible playing cards together with bank cards, ID playing cards, debit playing cards, journey playing cards for metros and driving licenses, digital voting machines (EVMs) and workplace administration programs together with attendance, surveillance cameras and protected locks. It additionally contains personalised well being administration programs.