ASIGMA: Indian Army Launches in-House Messaging Solution

What is the News?

The Indian Army has launched a contemporary messaging application named ASIGMA (Army Secure IndiGeneous Messaging Application). 

What is ASIGMA?

It is a web-based communication platform developed to meet real-time data transfer and messaging requirements of the Army.

Developed by:  It has been developed entirely in-house by a team of officers of the Corps of Signals of the Army. 

Where will it be deployed? The application is being deployed on the Army’s internal network as a replacement of the Army Wide Area Network (AWAN) messaging application, which has been in service for the past 15 years.

Read more: Indian Army initiates “Ladakh Ignited Minds project”

Features: The app has a variety of contemporary features including multi-level security, message prioritisation and tracking, a dynamic global address book and various options to meet the Army’s requirements. 

Significance: The app meets all futuristic user requirements and boasts of an enhanced user experience. It is also in line with the Government of India’s, Make in India initiative.

Read more: Defence Minister flags-in Indian Army Skiing Expedition, ARMEX-21

Source: This post is based on the article Indian Army Launches in-House Messaging Solutionpublished in PIB on 24thDec 2021.

Print Friendly and PDF