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IntelliSense.io Win Best Digital Solution Award

last modified May 17, 2017 11:04 AM
International recognition for 'Pit to Port' platform

IntelliSense.io, the Innovation Partner of Choice for the Global Mining Industry, was selected as the Best Digital Solution by Eurasian Resources Group (ERG)  at the recently concluded Minex Central Asia in Kazakhstan. ERG, a leading diversified natural resources producer, conducted the MineTech competition where they outlined their key challenges across the mine planning, construction, modernisation & closure process.

The Kazakhstan President, Nursultan Nazarbayev recently announced the country’s intention to adopt and deploy Industry 4.0 technologies across the natural resources industry. With a significant investment in IT infrastructure development to facilitate the Industry 4.0 programme, ERG is also currently providing its expertise to the Government.

Sergei Opanasenko, Executive Director of Operational Effectiveness and Innovations at ERG commented: “IntelliSense.io was chosen as the Best Digital Solution due to their end-to-end ‘Pit to Port’ platform and successful deployment of specific applications at target processes and systems. They have moved past theory and are demonstrating the economic value that Industry 4.0 or digitisation can bring to process optimisation. We look forward to working with them.”

IntelliSense.io is the market leader in delivering Optimisation as a Service (OaaS) applications to the natural resources industry using Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Internet of Things technologies. Our applications have been delivering economic value with a rapid ROI across several mining majors in diverse geographies from Latin America to Central Asia. A No CAPEX approach makes our applications unique in the industry.

Sam G. Bose, IntelliSense.io CEO and Founder expressed his delight at winning the award; ‘We are delighted that an international business with 80.000 people globally and assets spanning 14 countries on four continents, ERG has chosen us to be their Innovation Partner of Choice to realise their ‘Digital Mine’ vision. Unlocking significant yield and throughput increase is one of our core goals. For us to win this award beating some of the more established mining technology companies signifies that the industry is looking for external and new solution partners.”

The IntelliSense team are based at ideaSpace South.

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