KAnalysis client Datatecnics has been awarded the prestigious CIR ‘Risk Management Award’, 2015
KAnalysis, an IP boutique firm is proud to announce that its client Datatecnics Ltd. , has been awarded the prestigious CIR ‘Risk Management Award’ - 2015, in the category of Best Use of Technology in Risk Management.
By: KAnalysis Consultant Pvt Ltd
UK based Datatecnics Ltd, is an emerging and innovative Research and Development backed company in the field of Smart Infrastructures, won the award which is judged by an independent panel of eminent experts. This award recognises exceptional performances that significantly add to the understanding and practice of risk management through technology.
Apart from its diverse R&D focus, the company has independently developed some breakthrough innovations in the area of pipelining and failsafe mechanism for risk management in various pipeline systems.
Non-Renewable energy is a precious resource and consequences of any loss of these are much higher for the environment than anticipated. It is extremely important to minimize losses and environmental damage arising from structural faults observed in pipelines which operate in constantly changing natural environment and complex terrain. Over the years, there have been many advances in the software front for efficient management of such systems, but the introduction of new hardware still needs to be amalgamated for best outcome.
Datatecnics focusses on developing smart pipelines and management infrastructure which will alert and about any future faults that might cause a disruption the system. Datatecnics has also received top positions at various other platforms in the past, just to mention a few such as,
• The Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Annual Awards in 2014, for Excellence in Innovation
• The BMM2015 Expo Award for Best Independent Business for Innovation and Design
KAnalysis, pledges its full cooperation to emerging innovative companies, taking steps beyond expectations while managing cost effectiveness, which becomes critical during initial phases.