Achieving Sustainable Operations - Radek Rybicki of Ingredion at ARC Industry Forum 2022

Achieving Sustainable Operations - Radek Rybicki of Ingredion at ARC Industry Forum 2022

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Did you know that AI for environmental applications could boost the global economy by up to $5.2 trillion in 2030, while reducing GHG emissions worldwide by 4%? The enormous potential of AI as a critical tool in our fight against climate change cannot be understated. It can prove to be a gamechanger for industrials looking to accelerate their race to net-zero, by substantially reducing their energy consumption and lowering the environmental impact of their operations.

Meet Ingredion, a leading global ingredients solutions company that makes sweeteners, starches, nutrition ingredients and biomaterials used by customers in everyday products from food and beverages to paper and pharmaceuticals. The company has aggressive sustainability goals and deployed the Canvass AI platform to eliminate waste, improve water usage, optimize energy consumption and reduce costs.

Using the Canvass platform, Ingredion was able to clearly calculate the effectiveness of its AI initiative. The company achieved a 5.09% gain in thermal efficiency, reduced emissions of 9.39 million pounds, successfully optimized natural gas usage in its boiler systems, and facilitated a US$330,000 yearly reduction in natural gas costs. Ingredion is now ready to scale the Canvass AI solution to its other processes, such as water usage and waste reduction, and other plants that rely on gas turbines and boiler systems to further strengthen its sustainability goals.  

Hear from Radek Rybicki, Senior Manager Global Operations at Ingredion as he demonstrates how Canvass’s AI platform enabled the company to meet its net-zero targets.

Speaker: Radek Rybicki


Senior Manager, Global Operations Data Analytics

Radek began his career working in the brewing industry for Labatt’s Canada, then worked in the nuclear industry as part of a risk analysis group for a nuclear new build project, where he was exposed to advanced statistical modelling and “big data”. He decided to follow his entrepreneurial spirit and joined a new venture taking recycled plastics and depolymerizing them into waxes, and helped build two facilities, one in Berlin, Germany and a second outside of Toronto, Canada. He joined Ingredion in 2013, spent time in engineering and operations and then transitioned into all things data-related. His focus now is on data engineering, AI for operations, and data visibility for Ingredion’s manufacturing plants globally.

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