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Conference website: Mining Goes Digital

Kazakhstan is set to host the second annual “Mining Goes Digital Kazakhstan” conference, which will focus on the digital transformation of the country’s mining industry. The conference organised on 19-20 April alongside MINEX Kazakhstan Mining and Exploration Forum taking place in Astana for the thirteenth time.

Digitalisation is playing a crucial role in the development of mineral resources in Kazakhstan, with a range of initiatives being implemented including the transfer of government services to cloud-based platforms, the creation of digital mine twins and the use of blockchain to back raw material supply chains.

The conference will provide a platform for the presentation and discussion of cases of digital transformation in the geological and mining industry sectors in Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries. The event will bring together heads of mines, quarries, processing plants and exploration companies, as well as CIOs, CTOs and Digital Transformation Directors, mine digitalisation project managers and suppliers of technological solutions.

The digitalisation of mining companies is expected to have a significant impact on their stability in times of crisis, the speed of decision-making and their financial performance and capitalisation. By simplifying documentation and removing administrative barriers, the government of Kazakhstan hopes to improve the investment attractiveness of the country and make licensing and other procedures more transparent.

The conference will provide a valuable opportunity for mining industry professionals to learn about the latest developments in digital transformation and to share their own experiences and insights.

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