The Australian Small Business Using Predictive Maths to Improve the Resources Sector
Australian start-up, Biarri EMI, has been selected as one of the top global emerging technology companies in the energy and resources sector.
Their new product offering, of interest in Australia and now overseas in the US, is Distributed Infrastructure Maintenance Optimisation solution or DIMO for short. In simple terms, DIMO uses algorithms and predictive mathematics to schedule maintenance on natural gas wells. This improves productivity but can also play an important role in improving worker safety. Biarri will be presenting DIMO in Houston, Texas in late May.
Biarri is a great example of a small, innovative Australian business that has found success with the Australian natural gas sector. For more information visit https://biarriemi.com/about/
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