What We Do

Based in Quebec, SDIT focuses on the engineering and implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) hardware for data acquisition,
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for predictive analytics, and machine learning for the improvement of the industrial market.

In other words… delivering the future at your reach

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WHAT IS IoT?

The Internet of Things is a network of physical devices, vehicles, appliances and other items that is embedded with software sensors, electronics, actuators and connectivity. This enables such objects to connect with one another in order to exchange data.

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What is AI?

Artificial intelligence is the intelligence of machines. On the other hand and by comparison, “natural intelligence” is what we see displayed by humans and animals.

What We Do

Based in Quebec, SDIT focuses on the engineering and implementation of the Internet of Things (IoT) hardware for data acquisition,
Artificial Intelligence (AI) for predictive analytics, and machine learning for the improvement of the industrial market.

In other words…we’re delivering

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What is IoT?

The Internet of Things is a network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items that is embedded with software sensors, electronics, actuators and connectivity. This enables such objects to connect with one another in order to exchange data.

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What is AI?

Artificial intelligence is the intelligence of machines. On the other hand and by comparison, “natural intelligence” is what we see displayed by humans and animals.

The Industry Problem

A mine’s widespread layout combined with the depth and superficies to cover all of its tunnels is what makes it impossible to survey the rock support in a short time period. Even if the manpower is available, which is not the case, it would take far too long to complete the task.

So present rock mechanic data becomes quickly outdated and this means a higher risk of rock support failure and caving. And since mining operations are conducted underground, there is a lack of connectivity between the surface and what happens underneath.

The Industry Problem

A mine’s widespread layout combined with the depth and superficies to cover all of its tunnels is what makes it impossible to survey the rock support in a short time period. Even if the manpower is available, which is not the case, it would take far too long to complete the task.

So present rock mechanic data becomes quickly outdated and this means a higher risk of rock support failure and caving. And since mining operations are conducted underground, there is a lack of connectivity between the surface and what happens underneath.

SDIT Solution

By using the SDIT rock support monitoring system, not only is a mine able to survey the rock support status in real-time and in very short intervals, but it can also validate the quality of its installation.

The result? Risk of collapse is prevented.

To improve production, health and safety, mines need to know what happens during operations in real-time so they can react in real-time instead of waiting until the end of the shift to address the problem – which is usually too late. Loss of time and productivity can’t be recovered. SDIT’s KPI solution as well as IoT Telemetry solves many of the major productivity issues that mines face today.

SDIT Offers a Solution

By using the SDIT rock support monitoring system, not only is a mine able to survey the rock support status in real-time and in very short intervals, but it can also validate the quality of its installation.

The result? Risk of collapse is prevented.

To improve production, health and safety, mines need to know what happens during operations in real-time so they can react in real-time instead of waiting until the end of the shift to address the problem – which is usually too late. Loss of time and productivity can’t be recovered. SDIT’s KPI solution as well as IoT Telemetry solves many of the major productivity issues that mines face today.

INDUSTRIAL AND LIFE ENHANCEMENT THROUGHPREDICTIVE DATA ANALYSIS