Vedanta Resources Limited is a globally diversified natural resources company and is among the largest producers of major commodities including zinc, lead and silver, iron ore, steel, copper, aluminium, oil and gas. The group involves more than 65,000 employees and contractors, mainly in India , Africa, Ireland and Australia .
Managing EHS for such a diverse and dispersed organization is a huge challenge. Driven by his commitment to GOAL ZERO, Vedanta began exploring AI-based solutions, which can infuse efficiency into this process. T-Pulse was tested in various Vedanta industries and was eventually given the mandate to implement its solution across all Vedanta sites. Since its implementation, T-Pulse has significantly increased visibility into workplace risks, leading to the early identification of over 4,000 critical HSE breaches.
While expressing his gratitude and belief in the continued collaboration between Detect and Vedanta, Daniel Raj David , CEO and co-founder of Detect Technologies, said: “We appreciate the continued belief that Vedanta has shown in Detect and we are excited to help them on their journey to improvements. in ESG and Security compliance. This is yet another testament to our mission to drive change through AI and advanced technologies to create a better world.”
T-Pulse offers a centralized and scalable technology stack designed for plug and play deployment. Designed for risk minimization and mitigation through actionable insights, T-Pulse has seen proliferated deployment in major workplaces that require high caution, including construction, petrochemical, logistics, energy, metals , mining, pharmaceutical and manufacturing yard.
Sunil Duggal , CEO of Vedanta Group, said: “This partnership will further enhance Vedanta’s capabilities in technology-driven security enablement. Detect Technologies’ AI and machine vision solutions will help us improve our security governance.” digital in all business units”.
Vedanta’s endorsement of Detect underscores its commitment to a safe, sustainable and efficient workplace.
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