ppt - AADL - Aakash Application Development Lab

Report
• Improve Aakash II Tablet with respect to:
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Higher usability, upgradability
Power consumption
Cost
Ruggedness
Quality
Manufacturability, Serviceability, Maintainability
Standards compliances
Enhanced Android OS and Linux OS
• Generate report for recommended enhancements
• Basic Processing Power
– CPU, Memory
• Video Output
– Web Rendering, 2D Graphics,
3D Graphics, Movie
• User Input
– Touch Screen, Multi-touch
• Audio Input/Output
– Playback, Recording,
Conferencing
• Database Operation
– File, SQL
• Battery
– Life During Idle & Processing,
Charging
• Software Support
– Ability to work with various
document formats
• Network
– WiFi, 3G/GPRS/EDGE,
Bluetooth
– Network Throughputs
• Other Interfaces
– Camera, USB, Sensor, etc.
• CPU
– Quadrant Standard, Antutu, AndEBench, Passmark Performance,
RealPi, CFBench
• Memory
– Quadrant Standard, Antutu, Passmark Performance, CFBench
• Database with SQL
– Androbench, Antutu, RL Benchmark SQL,
• Video
– Antutu, Basemark GUI, Nenamark 2, Passmark Performance, Phone
Tester
• Web browsing
– Octane, BrowserMark, Sun Spider
Feature
CPU
Co-processor / GPU
RAM
Storage
Connectivity
Battery , Charger
Display
Interface Ports
Aakash II
Aakash IV
ARM Cortex A8, 700 MHz
Android Benchmark performance
based
Play true HD 1080p
Hardware accelerator playing true HD
720p
512 MB / DDR 1
1 GB / DDR 3
2 GB (internal), 2 GB (external)
4 GB (internal), compatible with NFC
based SD Card
WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1
IEEE 802.15.1, 2G GSM, GPRS, EDGE
3200 mAh, 2 hours charging, AC to 5V
DC adapter
Performance based, 2 hours charging,
life of 600 cycles / 2 years, IEC 62133
safety (battery), AC to 5V DC adapter
(IS13252)
7” LCD, 800X480 pixel, capacitive
touch
7” LCD, 800X480 pixel, capacitive touch
(5 touches), brightness 290 cd/m2,
contrast ratio 500
USB 2.0 (micro)
USB 2.0 (standard type A and micro)
Feature
Aakash II
Aakash IV
Android 4.0 (ICS)
Android 4.2.1 (Jelly Bean or higher),
Latest GNU/Linux (Ubuntu – through SD
Card)
File Manager along with
compression/decompression, Document
Reader (DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS, XLSX,
ODT, ODP, ODS, PDF), Text Editor
File Manager along with
compression/decompression, Document
Reader (DOC, DOCX, PPT, PPTX, XLS,
XLSX, ODT, ODP, ODS, PDF, EPUB),
Text Editor, Open GL ES 2.0, All Indian
Languages/Scripts read/edit capabilities,
Android developer support
xHTML1.1, Javascript 1.8 compliant, Flash 9
xHTML5 compliant, Javascript 1.8
compliant, Flash 9, Java support for
Linux
None
3-axis Accelerometer
Audio
Combined audio in& out - 3.5 mm jack,
MP3, AAC, AC3, WAV, WMA
Combined audio in&out – 3.5 mm jack,
MP3, AAC, WAV
Image
PNG, JPG, BMP, GIF
PNG, JPG, BMP, TIFF, GIF
Video
MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, FLV, 3GP
MPEG-2, MPEG-4, AVI, 3GP
CE Certification, RoHS Certification
CE Certification, RoHS Certification,
IP51, IS13252, VISPR22/24, IS9000
Not specified
Specified
OS
SW Applications
Web
Sensors
Standards
compliance
Mechanical Details
• Many brain storming sessions were held with experts
from Industry and Academia
– Aakash performance review held with vendors, industry experts, and
IITM faculties on August 7, 2012
– 12 technical experts sub-committee from IIT Madras, IIT Bombay,
CDAC Noida, CDAC Trivandrum met twice (26&27 December 2012,
15&16 January 2013) at TCoE and drafted vendor-neutral, low-cost,
enhanced Aakash IV specification
– Standards compliances discussed with ETDC(STQC), UL Labs, TUV, etc.
– Vendors meet was held on March 11th, 2013 in Noida and received
feedback from more than ten potential Aakash manufacturers
• Total number of tests: 214
– Android Benchmark Tests: 151
– In-house Tests: 11
– Other Tests: 52
• These tests were conducted on ten different Aakash
IV candidate tablets and the results were compared
with that of Aakash II
• Aakash performance evaluation project is completed
for the initial first year with the following status
– Aakash IV Specification was published on Deity’s website on June 28,
2013 for 2 weeks for inviting comments from stake holders
– Review meeting on Aakash was held by Shri Kapil Sibal, Hon’ble
Minister of Communications and IT on July 9, 2013
– Committee met on July 17, 2013 in Bengaluru for reviewing the stake
holders comments and updating of the specification
– Aakash IV Specification is approved by Deity.
• The PRSG of the project has met on 24th
August 2013, reviewed the project and found
progress satisfactory and has recommended
release of Rs.17.5 Lakhs.

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