The CMS will enhance capacity of security agencies to monitor over 1,500 gbps of traffic through international gateways. Currently, about 25%- 30% traffic can be tracked by Indian agencies. It will allow decryption of voice-over internet protocol like Skype, mails and cyber chats in real time.
CMS will allow voice matching during a cellphone with reference to a sample in the database and zero in on the device's location. The data can, then, be integrated on a digital map.
Now, security agencies can locate a person within a 500m radius after intercepting cellphone conversation. CMS will reduce the radius to 50m, enabling security agencies to zero in on the target faster.
The Rs 450-crore CMS will have facilities to monitor voice calls, SMS , MMS, GPRS and FAX communications on landlines , CDMA and GSM networks . DOT's Telecom Enforcement Resource and Monitoring (TERM) Cell will monitor to prevent unauthorized interception or access to records and violation of norms.