grew up in a mining town in India and my family has history in developing India’s mining industry, so my journey in natural resources industries started at young age. This gives me a deep appreciation of the real-world challenges faced by people working in these industries, and my motivation is to use leading-edge technologies like AI, IoT and automation to make mining more efficient, safer and more sustainable. I bring two decades’ worth of experience working with emerging tech at leading technology and management consulting companies; I have been involved with ARM, Motorola and Deloitte, and I co- founded two companies prior to was started with a mission to make an impact on capital and asset-intensive industries like mining by combining technologies like AI, Industrial IOT and process knowledge to reimagine the industry value chain. Today, the global mining industry is grappling with the three pressures of: lower ore grades, which is driving the move towards underground operations and improved efficiency; increasing environmental and sustainability regulations/investor pressure that is driving risk in their license to operate across global markets; and an ageing workforce with fewer of the next generation agreeing to work on-site as their predecessors. These three pressures are driving global mining companies to strategically review their operations and explore the introduction of new technology to reimagine their future operations. about the three professionals that have been integral to his success Sam Bose, founder and CEO of, tells Catalyst is an industrial AI company making mining operations efficient, sustainable and safe through trusted and open artificial intelligence solutions. Based in Cambridge (with an Engineering Development Centre in Barcelona and field offices at Santiago, Chile, Almaty, Kazakhstan and Perth, Australia), our real-time decision-making industrial AI platform,, and Optimization as a Service (OAAS) applications are being used across various mining operations in Chile, Australia, Kazakhstan, Brazil and South Africa with a focus on covering the mine- to- marketing value chain.

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