|Date||02 April 2019|
|-||03 April 2019|
|Location||The Wits Club, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg|
GMG Forum Announcement and Registration 2602019.pdf
Johannesburg 2019 Program 19032019.pdf
Johannesburg Forum participants will discuss key issues for the global mining community within the context of the Southern African mining industry and discover opportunities for their companies to grow and innovate. This event is a chance to discover what the industry’s collective vision of future mining looks like.
Critical topics at this event include autonomous mining, interoperability, the “connected” mine, and artifi cial intelligence and IIoT. Interactive breakout sessions will strategize on collaboration opportunities and requirements to support the evolution of mining. Panel discussions will be an opportunity for exchange of ideas and interaction with all participants.
Between November 2018 and April 2019 GMG is publishing 7 guidelines, authored by hundreds of experts. The forum is an opportunity to learn about these new sources of reference and expertise and to participate in new and launching projects. The newly published guidelines will include:
As individual mining companies, we are working to maximize performance and reduce risk at our operations. Many of us are trying to solve shared challenges but are isolated within our teams, companies, or countries. The Global Mining Guidelines Group is a network of representatives from mining companies, OEMs, OTMs, research organizations and consultants around the world, creating multi-stakeholder working groups to systematically remove the impediments to building safe, sustainable and innovative mines of the future.
Space is limited due to room size, therefore please RSVP as soon as possible, no later than 15 March 2019 to
Yolanda Ndimande at firstname.lastname@example.org.
or for more information contact Heather email@example.com
Cancellations: Written cancellation must be sent to the SAIMM 14 days prior to the event.
No show Policy: A no show on the day of the event will result in a no show fee of R450 p.p.