Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited

 

An Indian Private Limited company incorporated at Hyderabad, India

   
 

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201, Venkat Homes, MIGH - 59, Mehdipatnam, Hyderabad - 500 028, Telangana State, India

 

Research Center Address

 

1073, Road No. 44, Near Peddamma Temple, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad - 500 033, Telangana State, India

Tel: +91-40-23553986; Web Site: www.pentagramresearch.com; E-mail: pentagramresearch@yahoo.com

     
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Positions in top and middle management level, advisory level, executive and administrative level and service level are vacant in the following long term prestigious projects of global importance. Internationally acclaimed candidates with commendable track records may contact us for long term association with the company. Positions will be filled in all projects after completing investment process.

 

The following authorized persons only should be contacted for details:

 

1.  Prof. Dr. E. G. Rajan, President, Pentagram Research and Director, Avatar MedVision US LLC NC USA  (email:  rajaneg@yahoo.co.in)

2.  Prof. Dr. Michael P. Coyle, CEO, Avatar MedVision US LLC, NC, USA and Vice President, Pentagram Research India (email: sunstorm50@gmail.com)

3.  Mrs. G. Prashanthi, Chief Research Officer, Pentagram Research India (email: prashanthi89@gmail.com)

  Fresh graduates from any institution from India and from other developed countries may contact us for in house training for three years. After completion of technical training and orientation program, they will be inducted in any of the projects without undergoing regular filtering process.
  PROJECTS
  MedVision3D/4D Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited, Hyderabad, India is planning for expansion, to meet the proposed commercial plan. The expansion plan basically drives in six segments such as (i) Sale of Licensed Software to Corporate Hospitals, (ii) Sale of Licensed Software to Individual Professionals, (iii) Serving General Public and Medical Professionals via Cloud, (iv) Establishment of Training Institutes, (v) Establishment of Radiology Research and Diagnostic Centers and (vi) KPO & BPO Services.
  GeoVision3D Pentagram Research Centre Private Limited, Hyderabad, India is planning for expansion, to meet the proposed commercial plan. The expansion plan basically drives in four segments such as (i) Sale of Prospecting Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) with Licensed Software to Mining Companies, (ii) Sale of Licensed Software to Individual Geomatic Professionals, (iii) Serving Geomatic Professionals via Cloud, (iv) Establishment of Geomatics Training Institutes.
  Molecular Electronic Devices Fabrication Laboratory (MEDFL) This is a flagship project of the company with in-built competence and of national importance. The core objective of this project is to do research and fabricate commercially viable molecular electronic devices and molecular processors.
  Solar Cooling System (SCS) This is an Indo-German project proposed by the company with technical assistance from certain pioneers from Germany. This deals with the technology of using solar heat for cooling purposes. Comfort cooling and freezing up to 4 degrees centigrade have been achieved so far. The working model is in the Applied Mechanics department of the university of Gelsenkirchen, Germany. There is no cost for this project suggested by the company.
  International Institute of Advanced Research and Development (IIARD) IIARD is deemed to be one of the world’s leading centers for advanced research and intellectual inquest. The Institute would encourage and support research in all branches of sciences, humanities, art, engineering, law and business. It would provide opportunities, required facilities and freedom to research scholars, fellows and faculty members to undertake research and development that will make significant contributions in any of the broad range of fields in the sciences, humanities, art, engineering, law and business studied at the Institute. It is the major mandate of the Institute to convert all research contributions into useful products and services for the well being of the society.
  Radar Information System for Electronic Support Measures (RCS) The purpose of this project is to develop a state-of-the-art paradigm and practical techniques for carrying out operations pertaining to ‘Electronic Support Measures (ESM)’, identify various problems faced by the ESM operators in real time situations and explore the possibilities of evolving solutions to these problems in the form of alternative techniques and methodologies. The term ‘Electronic Support Measures’ refers to (i) intercepting enemy radar signals by passive receivers like tuners and wide band receivers, (ii) recording the received signals on a magnetic tape or a suitable electronic medium in the form of pre detected intermediate frequency down translated waveforms and post detected pulse stretched waveforms, (iii) analyzing the recorded waveforms for estimating various radar system and signal parameters like Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF) or Pulse Repetition Interval (PRI, Pulse Width (PW), intra pulse modulation types and details, stagger ratio, jitter, antenna scan type, scan time and type of radiation pattern, (iv) estimating important details like Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF), radar on time, radar off time and (v) preparing Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) records about the enemy country. EOB means estimated details about the offensive and defensive capabilities of a country. ESM operations are generally carried out by organizing special mission flights along the border for radar signal intercepts. Daily intercepts are also made from strategic locations. This project aims at the development of a state-of-the-art software support system for Electronic Warfare Officers working in ‘Electronic Intelligence’ and ‘Electronic Order of Battle’ and with the formulation of upgraded versions of such techniques.
  Transaction Automation System for Banking Security (TAS) Transaction Automation System for Banking Security is an ATM system integrated with a built-in AI based software. This could be made available as a ready-made product for international marketing. This system would be an important component in secured banking and ATM transaction since it provides the highest order of reliability using encrypted biometric techniques of fingerprinting, speaker verification and IRIS recognition. The algorithms used in developing various routines are due to an intensive research carried out in various areas related to biometrics and data encryption. An investment of rupees one thousand crores is required to venture into this sure shot banking security project.
  Advanced Cancer Research Centre (ACRC) This project is aimed at establishing a privately owned modern oncological research centre with multiples of nodal centres throughout the country interconnected via satellites. This is the need of the hour project whose prime objective is to reduce mortalities due to late detection of cancer in patients and if possibe eradicate the dreaded disease from earth.
  Optical and Thermal Image Video Surveillance for Homeland Security (OTIVS) This Military Version TIPS 1.0 has already been developed using Visual C++ tools. Algorithms have been generated in the framework of Cellular Logic Array Processing. The software has been tested for its precision, speed and robustness. 2D thermal streaming video could be processed in real time for extracting various spatial and spectral domain features. TIPS 1.0 consists of a number of routines and it provides facility for user driven macro generation. All extracted spatial features of a 2D video image could be quantified provided it is scaled. This software works reliably even on thermal images obtained in pitch dark using an IR camera or any other night vision camera. This could be customized for any hardware.
  Genome Analytics Research Institute (GARI) Converting DNA sequences into digital signals opens up the possibility of applying signal-processing methods for analysis of genomic data. This kind of analysis reveals features of chromosome that would be difficult to grasp using standard statistical methods. Genomic information is coded in the form of letters A, T, C and G. The indicator sequences of a genomic sequence form the basis for genomic signal processing. Research in this direction has already shown the possibility of developing strategies related to Codon Space Analysis and Stem Cell Research so that a new possibility of adopting ‘gene therapy’ instead of ‘drug therapy’ would turn out to be the futuristic medical practice.