IntelliSense-LAB Technology Development Center wins Best Digital Mining Solution Award
The IntelliSense.io application for optimizing the grinding cycle was selected as the “Best Digital Solution for Mining and Metallurgical Complex” at the 11th National Mining and Metals Industry Competition “Golden Hephaestus”
The winner of this nomination was determined by a competent jury, which includes reputable industry experts and representatives of government agencies, according to the following criteria:
1. ROIC (return on invested capital ratio);
2. the scope of the process covered by the decision;
3. availability of an R&D system;
4. the use of highly intelligent technologies (AI, AR, etc.);
5. the degree of the “cloud” solution;
6. information security;
7. terms of implementation;
8. domestic supplier;
9. feedback from customers / employees.
The Autonomous Cluster Fund “Park of Innovative Technologies” under the Tech Garden brand and the Center for Technological Development IntelliSense-LAB thank the organizers of ITECA for the event, members of the jury and the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan for their trust, ERG for sponsoring the nomination and JSC “AK Altynalmas” for the provided platform for the implementation of projects and valuable cooperation!
Recall that the “Golden Hephaestus” competition includes 14 nominations: “Professional of the Year”, “Project of the Year”, “Scientist-Teacher of the Year”, “Thesis of the Year”, “Media Project of the Year”, “The Best Digital Solution in the MMC”, “Best Foreign Partner” and three completely new nominations: “Leader of the Year in Industrial Safety”, “Miner of the Year” and “Women in the MMC”. The “Golden Hephaestus” competition is especially significant for industry participants — it is the most prestigious award of republican significance for specialists in the mining and metallurgical sector.
Tech Garden Technology Center — Industrial Development Center — held a meeting with a representative of the Canadian Polytechnic Institute of Southern Alberta (SAIT).