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IntelliSense.io leads mining into the future

last modified Nov 20, 2015 03:35 PM
Antofagasta Minerals has signed a strategic partnership to deploy IntelliSense.io analytics and digital technologies

The technology will be deployed at one of its main operations, Minera Centinela, which is based in Chile’s Antofagasta mining region.

A five-year strategic partnership agreement has been signed between the two companies, enabling IntelliSense.io to work closely with Antofagasta Minerals on delivering its technology across the mine extraction, mineral processing and waste management processes with the primary goal of improving efficiency, reducing environmental impact and delivering bottom line benefits to the mine operations. 

With the backdrop of an uncertain commodities cycle and after a year-long drop in the price of copper, Antofagasta Minerals is seeing this as an opportunity to invest in innovative technologies to beat the commodity cycle.

Sam G Bose, CEO of IntelliSense.io said, “to sign a prestigious group like Antofagasta Minerals to our growing mining industry client base acknowledges our expertise in the sector and demonstrates the value digital innovations can bring to global miners.” 

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