BharateeyaOO.o is a Unicode based office suite in Indian Languages based on an Open Source project developed by Sun Microsystems for its StarOfficeTM Productivity Suite, which can be deployed across all major platforms. Presently, it has been customized for the Tamil language and will find applications in content generation and management in areas like education and training, product marketing, campaigns and presentations, web media, Small Office/Home Office and so on.
CMS4C is a Content Management System for rural communities designed to work in resource-constrained environment. It provides mechanism to create, capture, share and utilize local knowledge of the e-Community.
ECKO is a framework for building and nurturing E-communities. It provides a platform for creating, using, and sharing information among and across the members of ECommunities. This system is currently deployed at the Dhan Foundation, Melur in Tamil Nadu, UNDP in Orissa, AFARM in Maharashtra and MSSRF in Pondichery.
e-SAVYA or "e-Saral Vyapar Suvidha" has been developed as an "Affordable Supply Chain Management System for the SME Sector" to enable it to achieve greater coordination and collaboration among their supply chain partners.
Indix has based the grouping and reordering of characters on the Unicode standard and the minimal model of fonts. It enabled with 12 languages and made available for free download. Also RaghuHindi was released in general public license.
It has been installed and commissioned at State Investment Corporation (SIC), Mauritius. The product aims at building an internet/intranet-based scaleable platform to analyze and compare market movement of equities of companies, listed/unlisted on various stock exchanges.
Sashariri is a synthetic talking face that can read out text in Indian languages and English. The talking head is intended to be a plug in for Art-of-illusion, a popular Java based open source modeling and animation package.
Vartalaap aims to develop a solution that will cater to the communication needs of people in their local language. Vartalaap includes two core components namely MCC (Multilingual Communication Channel) and VC (Virtual Classroom).
It successfully implemented in two Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation (MSRTC) buses along the Pune-Nasik route. The VTIS, based on GPS (Global Positioning System) and GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) technologies, provides information on the location of vehicles and its movement in real time.
Vyapar provides a common on-line meeting ground for villagers where they can trade and post information about their goods, products and services. Currently, the system is in use in Melur, near Madurai, in Tamil Nadu, National Informatics Centre, West Godavari Collectorate, AndhraPradesh, Kutch Nav Nirman Abhiyan at Bhuj and MSSRF at Pondichery.