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 GIMO

CHALLENGE  –  2022

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Winners 2020/2021

Entrants in the Gimo Challenge 2020/2022 we asked for students' input to our green initiative "Green factory and sustainable facilities". We got a lot of exciting ideas, but the following ideas were the prizewinners:

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First prize – Karl-Gustav Elf, Måns Tivenius and Axel Svensson:
 

For their idea “Learning to make the shift”, an AI-based education platform that aims to disseminate Sandvik Coromant's climate movement “Make the Shift” within the organization. By teaching and involving the staff in the climate issue, the platform aims to bring out the best ideas within the company – no matter whether they come from the production teams or the corporate level.

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Second prize – Tharun Narayanadhas:
 

For his idea of how Sandvik Coromant can use carbon capture and storage, CCS, to halve the factory's emissions.

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Third prize – Vishal Shanmugam:
 

For his idea of filtering the exhaust air from the factory with algae. In conjunction with bio reactors, algae are up to 400 times more efficient than trees at removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.

 University students in all academic fields and all levels from first year and up are welcome to participate in Gimo Challenge. Our aim is to discover ideas and talents that could help and improve our sustainability journey at Sandvik Coromant in Gimo. Students can enter as an individual or as a group.
 

Winners 2019/2020

Entrants in the Gimo Challenge 2019/2020 were asked to present innovative ideas on how to use 5G at our plant in Gimo. We got a lot of exciting ideas, but the following ideas were the prizewinners:

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First prize – Elias Klaman:

For his idea of how Sandvik Coromant can use small drones for error identification and reparation of machines. 

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Second prize – John Welsh:

For coming up with the idea of how an integrated ear protection system can improve employee well-being.

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Third prize – Azin Salek:

Azin's idea built on giving visitors & employees SIM-ID tags for enhanced safety at the plant.