Use of Digital Solutions in Tackling COVID-19: The Case of India


Use of Digital Solutions in Tackling COVID-19: The Case of India

25 May 2020

Learn about the digital technology solutions applied in India to handle the spread of COVID-19. Panelists also shared their experiences in contact tracing and monitoring and the success in various states in India.

ADB's Digital Technology Unit and India Resident Mission organized this webinar. 

Program and Learning Materials: 
Date Session / Activity Presentation Material Speaker(s)
25 May 2020 Presentation COVID-19: Contact Tracing and Digital Monitoring Using Arogya Setu Application
Aarogya Setu is a COVID-19 tracking mobile application developed by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which is now widely used in India. Learn how...
Debopam Raha
25 May 2020 Presentation War Room as Strategic Operations Command Center for COVID-19 Management B H Anil Kumar
25 May 2020 Presentation Use of Technology Interventions in the Time of COVID-19: Ground Report from Kerala
Check out how technology, collaboration, and empathy are embedded in the COVID-19 response of the Indian state of Kerala.
K Ellangovan IAS
25 May 2020 Presentation Case Study: Utilizing "Test Yourself" App in the State of Goa to Contain and Monitor the COVID-19 Situation
Learn about the Test Yourself app, which is designed to enable healthcare organizations and governments to respond virtually to the novel-Coronavirus ...
Ankit Maheshwari
25 May 2020 Presentation Case Study: Understanding "Quarantine Monitor" Application and Its Effectiveness in the State of Tamil Nadu Arihant Patawari
25 May 2020 Presentation Machine Learning-Based Prediction Models
KMPG shares how predictive modeling can help in decision making in the context of COVID-19 response.
Sanjaya Sharma


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