Vladimir Borisevich was born in 1979.
In 2001 Mr Borisevich graduated from the Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation with a degree “Military Translator”
In 2009 Mr Borisevich graduated from the Russian State University of Trade and Economics (Department of Organization Management).
Mr Borisevich has a master's degree in business administration (MBA) from the All-Russian Academy of Foreign Trade.
Since 2009, he has held senior positions in companies selling and servicing foreign mining equipment. He has supplied self-propelled equipment for underground and opencast mining for: AK Alrosa, RUSAL, SZFK, Dalpolimetall, Knauf and many others.
In 2017, Mr Borisevich opened a joint venture with the manufacturer of the NMT trolley bottom unloading system.
2002-2006 - Mr Borisevich participated together with MTI in the project to build a haulage system with bottom unloading at 320 m Kola Mining and Metallurgical Combine. The second mine in the Russian Federation with a haulage system with bottom unloading of trolleys ;
2012-2015 - Mr Borisevich has been working on a project to increase the productivity of the Gubkin mine of the KMArud combine with the introduction of haulage with bottom unloading of trolleys in conjunction with NMT;
2017 to present - Mr Borisevich has been working together with NMT / Schalke / Bombardier and then with Galison / Clayton /Lokotech on the project of haulage automation at + 10 m level of Kirovsk mine.
Automated driverless rail haulage
Automated traffic control system (ASUDPSh - automated traffic control system for mine transport) consists of the following main parts:
- the stationary part in the form of a radio block center (RBC), which is responsible for controlling the rolling stock on the rolling horizon by transmitting control commands to it;
- the airborne part in the form of an onboard safety system (BSB) and an auto-driving subsystem responsible for the unconditional execution of control commands from the radio block center;
- automated workstations (AWP) of operators;
- systems of object controllers that provide direct control of outdoor equipment, such as turnout electric drives;
- systems of reference marks, allowing to clarify the location of rolling stocks.
Local control panels are also provided for the possibility of working with the system, for example, during maintenance.
ASUDPSh in the course of its work interacts with the general automated control system of locomotive haulage, the weighing system of trains and the microprocessor control system (ISU) of the locomotive. All the data necessary to ensure the safe movement of trains on the horizon, as well as automatic dispatch, are flown to the radio block center, for example, data on the amount of ore in ore passes, data on the free space of the bunker under the unloading complex, serviceability / malfunction of the unloading complex, alarms about malfunctions of the power supply system, contact