Working Groups

GMG Working Groups are communities of interest focused on mining industry topics or fields. Members vote on the creation of working groups. They are formed based on industry need for advancing in efforts to advance collaboration, knowledge sharing, guidelines, standards or best practices.

Our current Working Groups are:

Enable the global mining industry to benefit from applying and utilizing AI technologies.

To establish a set of guidelines for world class reliability practices applicable to mining and create a community of interest for sharing knowledge related to asset management in mining.

Identify, support, and develop tools and knowledge to enable autonomous mining as a safe, innovative, and productive approach to mining operations.

Develop a common vision for data access and usage that enables mining operations to use data effectively and efficiently.

To reduce both unit operating costs and unit energy consumption by applying best practices for comminution circuit analysis techniques and methods from the three published guidelines.

Drive collaboration on a range of interoperability initiatives, including identifying and describing the industry-wide requirements for interoperability in mining, addressing industry challenges and developing tools for moving forward.

Provide a central place for the underground mining community to develop standards and best practices for the industry.

Key objectives include developing guidelines and sharing information on using and testing electric technologies and designing electric mines.

Aims to help mining stakeholders as they look to design safe, secure, reliable and resilient cybersecurity infrastructure that adheres to regulatory, trust, and privacy best practices.