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This episode of “Mining Now” is focused on the company Cyient and its operations in the mining sector. Our host Jerrod Downey and his guest Aashu Virmani and Pierre Malan discuss the future of the industry will be connected and intuitive, and that Cyient is a company that understands this trend ahead of many others.
Aashu Virmani, the VP of Communications for Enterprises, provides an overview of the company and explains that it is a consulting-led engineering design and services company that operates in various heavy machineries industries, such as aerospace, rail, mining, energy, utilities, and communications. The main focus of the company is on IoT and digital transformation, with a focus on mission-critical communications and technology. He highlights the company’s deep domain expertise across these different industries and states that the company’s value proposition is its ability to innovate from Silicon to Solutions, providing clients with a range of services from IoT systems on chips to digital transformation consulting.
This episode will also be joined by Pierre Malan, Cyient’s Global Head of Marketing for Mining, who will provide more information and insights on the company’s mining sector operations.
Watching this is an opportunity to gain an understanding of Cyient’s operations and how it is working to make the mining industry more connected, intuitive, and sustainable in the future.
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Mining Now is a joint mining podcast and web series produced by CIM/ICM and Crownsmen Partners. Join us to learn about the latest innovations in operating mines to increase energy efficiency and production. We look into modern mining and processing equipment including autonomous vehicles and IOT technology. Experts tackle everything from skilled labour shortages to team building to meeting evolving safety regulations. This is the mining of today that will shape the mines of tomorrow.