Develop a universal roadmap that enables greater coordinated efforts and industry-wide alignment in achieving mining interoperability.
This project provides a foundation and common guiding framework for the international mining industry to use to move forward with interoperability. It takes a broad approach to accommodate interoperability’s holistic role in enabling the seamless integration of mining systems and technology.
The roadmap will consist of pragmatic, achievable, and incremental steps that will:
- Enable change in the industry from its current state to the end state.
- Provide common definitions, principles, terms, scope, and references.
- Serve as a launching pad for GMG international guideline development.
- Facilitate the interoperability developments of others.
There are many active and planned interoperability development initiatives by different industry stakeholder groups. Despite this interest and activity, there has been little progress.
Interoperability is a complex subject and there many different views and interpretations of it. Therefore, a comprehensive guiding framework is needed to move interoperability forward in the industry.
Additionally, technological advancements such as automation, integration, and data analytics are becoming increasingly sophisticated, necessitating coordinated international efforts and industry-wide alignment.
This guideline will provide this much-needed aligned framework for achieving interoperability, which will enable:
- Broader engagement
- Improved communication
- Better operating excellence
- Improved equipment development and deployment
Ultimately, interoperability will create a more productive, safe and sustainable industry that will adapt to new technologies.
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