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24 May 2019

Russian companies welcome Turkey as Partner Country of INNOPROM 2019

04347b8a-4f0e-44ea-8dbc-ca6b3d8d8163 (2) (Orta)Participation of the Republic of Turkey as the Partner Country of the Tenth International Industrial Trade Fair INNOPROM in Ekaterinburg, Russia will give a boost to cooperation between two countries in hi-tech sector, says report of Finnish-Russian Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) firm ZYFRA.

“Innovations should become a point of growth of Russia-Turkey relations. We see significant potential for introduction machine monitoring and industrial data collection, as well as digitalizationof metals and mining industries,” said Igor Bogachev, CEO of ZYFRA. “Cooperation between Russia and Turkey shall involve sharing best practices, knowledge and innovating jointly; we can work together in third countries as well.”

According to him, precise control of the implemented technological process will further improve machine performance by 8-12%.

“MDC Plus, one of ZYFRA`s solution, allows connecting a wide range of CNC machines into a single network to efficiently use the data and optimize the technological processes,” he added. “Intelligent Mine complex, developed by ZYFRA’s mining division,in turn, allows increasing of the utilization of haul trucks and excavators up to 20-25% and drilling rigs up to 35%, as well as reduce costs for maintenance by 10-15% a year,” he said.

Intelligent Mine is complex of digital technologies for the production processes management of open-pit mining operations on the basis of robotic loading and transporting systems, as well as industry solutions in the field of the Internet of things, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics. The current advancement of intellectual solutions into mining is on average less than 50% worldwide, and in developing countries, where this industry is most developed – only 25%.

“The current task for Turkey is to digitize all the value chain of mining with the use of artificial intelligence: drilling and blasting, an intelligent mine with unmanned vehicles, crushing and enriching minerals,” said Bogachev. “I am pretty sure that first joint projects in the field of miningwill take-off this year.”

Mutual turnover between the two countries increased by 40% in 2017 and grew by another 30% over the first 8 months of 2018. Based on 2017 results, Russia is among Turkey’s top three external trading partners by mutual turnover. Turkey holds the seventh place on the list of Russia’s main external trade partners.

Tenth anniversary INNOPROM will be held in Ekaterinburg on July 8-11, 2019. The main theme of the exhibition is “Digital Manufacturing: Integrated Solutions”.

“Russian companies welcome the decision of Turkey to join INNOPROM as a partner country. This step will give an impulse to cooperation between entrepreneurs, help gather information and strengthen the mutual trust and confidence,” said Igor Bogachev.

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