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Saskatchewan Polytechnic is open for business

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic is open for business

Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Digital Integration Centre of Excellence (DICE) is getting ready to help industry partners across Canada conquer the digital world of the future and take on the challenge of the Internet of Things (IoT). With extensive capacity to partner with industry to conduct applied research involving digital technology and big data, Sask Polytech aims to lead the way when it comes to applying scientific advancements to meet changing industry needs.

For the mining industry in particular, DICE is exploring cutting-edge technology that will change the way mining happens in Saskatchewan and across Canada. Advanced sensor technology that paves the way for autonomous mining machines is being combined with the capability of the IoT to provide access to decision making-data.

The result has the capacity to maximize operational assets while lowering maintenance costs, bringing the mine of the future closer to reality. As a hub of research and learning, Sask Polytech’s DICE is a centre with experienced professionals who are ready to help with all aspects of IoT and big data.

From mining and smart construction to wellness and food security, we can help our partners apply the technology of the future today.

Do you have a research idea, prototype or project you’d like to explore with Sask Polytech?

Contact: Kevin Rogers 

Acting Associate Vice-President

Saskatchewan Polytechnic

306-659-3938

kevin.rogers@saskpolytech.ca

www.saskpolytech.ca/research

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