Uralkali and Uralchem became participants of the first demo day of the Industrial Competence Center “Chemistry”
Uralchem and Uralkali took part in the first demo day of the Industrial Competence Center “Chemistry”. The event, one of the main tasks of which is project work on import substitution in each of the branches of the domestic industry, was held in the city of Cherepovets with the participation of the Ministry of Industry and Trade and with the support of Digital Economy organization, a platform for interaction between business and the state to develop the digital economy in Russia.
The Industrial Competence Center participants discussed the IT landscape for end-to-end digitalization of key processes and meeting the needs of chemical industry enterprises exchanged experience in the implementation of particularly significant projects, applied technologies, and demonstrated ready-made solutions.
Uralchem organized a session of startups that presented their solutions to the participants of the Industrial Competence Center “Chemistry”. Uralkali shared its practice of improving reliability in the field of maintenance and repairs using digital services – the SafePlant system and mobile bypasses.
Uralkali also presented an engineering data management system as part of the automation of investment activities. The goal is to increase the economic efficiency of the implementation of investment projects by eliminating information gaps both between the stages of the life cycle of capital construction projects and between the functional units involved in this process.
The event demonstrated Uralkali’s own development — the Mining and Geological Information System. It’s designed to create a single information space and structure mining and geological data during the development of the Verkhnekamskoe potash deposit in the Perm region. The functionality of the system provides for the storage and accumulation of information on the occurrence of seams, qualitative indicators of the useful component in the ore, volumes of voids and backfills, cross-sections of combines, and mine workings. The Mining and Geological Information System also makes it possible to keep areas with a complex geological structure under special control.