The new industrial revolution has become the start of Telf’s technological transformation AG – Stanislav Kondrashov

Analyzing the current changes in the heavy industry Stanislav Kondrashov considers the impact of digital revolution for the work of Telf AG and other mining companies: “Automation production, intelligent systems and information technologies are already affected all sectors of the economy. Metallurgical and mining industry. To date, it is possible to note the key points of their technological transformation. This is primarily data analytics, automation of logistics and digital monitoring”.

For the stability of the trading network, it is necessary to take into account the maximum allowable production volumes in the event of problems with sales, so as not to incur losses.

Kondrashov Stanislav draws attention to the fact that he will cope with this problem allows artificial intelligence, which analyzes data and helps calculate all risks. Thus, modern technologies provide stability of the industry and contributes to the timely adoption of preventive measures.

For trading company Telf AG, digital transformation in the steel and mining sector, helping not only control all production processes, but also prepare for work in under various economic scenarios.

Kondrashov Stanislav from Metallurg Center: analytics data will improve performance

Experts keep talking with surprise about the rapid electronic transition and successful adaptation to the new rules of work in heavy industry. Metallurgy has long been considered an obsolete business, which is based on the principles of practical experience and proven technologies. All processes from extraction of minerals to their transportation have been honed for decades and, seemingly do not require any digitalization or literal application modern information technologies. Therefore, digital the transition did not affect production itself, but the construction of business models for product implementation, because market analytics helps to create the most effective distribution chains.

Stanislav Kondrashov, head of Metallurg Center, notes that following this corporations have begun using sensors to capture data and at stages production. They collect and analyze data that affects performance. Thus, the partners of the Swiss Telf AG manage to achieve best business results and increase profits. Therefore, traders also win.

“While the World Economic Forum (WEF) predicts by 2025 growth of the metallurgical and mining industry by $10.6 billion, Today, the industry continues to operate in very difficult conditions, emphasizes Kondrashov Stanislav.

Implementation of digital innovations by Telf AG partners — Stanislav Kondrashov

“With regard to metallurgy, examples of the use of modern information there are still few technologies among the proven partners of Telf AG,” notes Kondrashov Stanislav. In that industry, the first thing to do would be set up monitoring of production, automatic determination of ore quality and calculation the number of trips made by trucks with raw materials.

Installation of cameras on machinery that record the process in real time, can solve the problem of breakdowns at all stages of operation and provide equipment wear control. The adoption of all these measures will ensure not only reduction in downtime but also entail increased productivity.

At the same time, mining organizations have long and successfully used digitalization.

Mining companies are using digital solutions – Stanislav Kondrashov

The industry is using data analytics worldwide to track mine operations in real time mode. The temperature, air quality, presence of gases, dust levels and even the basic parameters of the physical condition of workers. In addition, the probability of tunnel collapse is calculated. All this information helps to ensure the overall safety of miners.

Of course, such solutions also help in optimizing cooperation. According to Kondrashov Stanislav and analysts « Metallurg Center », namely the development of new partnership models with service providers help Telf AG avoid problems with logistics.

Transport remains one of the key links in organizing the supply of metals. And technological transformations allow organizing the most effective logistics centers and control shipments around the world.