Igor Bogachev, CEO of ZYFRA, said his company is implementing the Intelligent Mine project in India, and plans to introduce the company’s solutions in the mining markets of the Middle East by the end of this year.
He explained that Zyfra will undertake the supply, installation, composition, and integration of a complete set of equipment, maintenance of the system, transfer of expertise and training workers for a period of one year.
Zyfra’s Intelligent Mine includes ZM Karier: Mine Fleet Management System with automatic dispatch system of haul trucks, ZM Drill: Automated Drilling and Blasting Control System and ZM Scarex: Machine Guidance Digging Systems, integrated with Payload and Fuel Level Monitoring System, Tyre Management System, Equipment Diagnostic Systems and other resource planning and application software for data import and export related to planning, production, equipment performance, manpower attendance, real-time analytics.
The use of smart mines, connected workforce, and enlightened operators contribute to improving safety practices and adding real commercial value to mining operations.
“With every passing year, mining operations are carried out in progressively more complex and dangerous geological and climatic conditions. In order to increase production efficiency in accordance with industrial safety standards, there is a need to develop innovative solutions for the mining industry, including dispatching and diagnostic systems, autonomous or unmanned control systems for dump trucks and drilling rigs and predictive maintenance, and analytics for solving mining process optimisation problems,” Bogachev said.