Revolutionising business as usual by implementing new technology to deliver real results in asset management
Conference Date
28th & 29th November 2018
Location
Bayview Eden Melbourne
Early Bird - Save $400
Book by 21/09/18

Overview

Learn how to best modernise & embed technology to improve asset management
Managing and maintaining assets to their optimum condition and being compliant to IS 5500 standards is incredibly challenging, particularly with declining funds.

Technology is revolutionising asset management. It is changing how people develop insight into the asset condition and decision making on treatments. However, technology is also causing headaches. Through case studies, this event breaks down how technology can be implemented to bring real results to public sector asset management.

Attend and learn how to make technology work for you!

The Transforming Public Sector Asset Management conference will focus on how to establish a new asset management plan through:
  • Developing an excellent data strategy from sourcing to management
  • Analysing information to make the right treatment decision & optimise lifecycle costs
  • Identifying new technology to improve asset strategy
Who will attend?
Senior representatives from Federal, State, Local Government, Health Services and Universities with the responsibility for and job titles of:
  • Director of Asset Management
  • Director of Infrastructure
  • Asset Manager/Coordinator
  • Asset Engineer
  • Strategic Asset Analysts
  • Manager of Asset Maintenance

Attend to learn:

  • Use technology to enable sophisticated asset management & to optimise lifecycle costs
  • Create a “single source of truth” in asset data
  • Develop an integrated enterprise system to create a holistic understanding of an asset portfolio
  • Interpret data & information to make the right decisions on asset intervention
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Key Speakers

Dr Abe Nezamian
Global Head Asset Management
Aurecon
Ben Clark
Assets Business Administrator
City of Tea Tree Gully
Karen Hew
Director Infrastructure Policy & Assurance
Department of Treasury & Finance VIC
Ramesh Liyanagedera
Executive Director, Transport Asset Strategy, Asset & Network Development
Transport for Victoria

Sponsors

What People Are Saying

  • “It was great to get a feel for the many different ways to approach asset management and some of the pitfalls and wins to look out for.”

    Paul Range
    Downer Infrastructure
  • “It was great to learn about how involving and engaging the whole workforce in asset management improved services for the whole organisation.”

    Virginya Boon
    Roper Gulf Regional Council
  • “A great event bringing asset management professionals together and discussing like- minded issues.”

    Cindy Ly
    Maitland City Council

Blog

  • Date: 14 Sep 2018  By: Ash Natesh

    A major failure in infrastructure has cost Italy a lot of damages in Genoa’s Morandi Bridge collapse case, which is reported to be the 10th bridge collapse in Italy. Australia is headed the same way with ageing Australian bridges facing little to no infrastructure control. “More ‘end-of-life failures’ such as that in Genoa could happen …

  • Date: 12 Jul 2017  By: Ron Hawken

    You are out on site doing a bridge inspection, the water level of the creek is nearing the top of your waders, and you see something unusual on the deck soffit three spans further away. You grab the binoculars for a better look and then push the zoom on your camera to the absolute limit …

  • Date: 26 Jun 2017  By: Patrick Murphy

    Timber bridges are the time bombs in your road network. Do you know when they are likely to go off? If you don’t then you need an effective Asset Management Plan. Scenic Rim Regional Council did not have such a plan, and when one of its timber bridges failed it was a timely wake up …

  • Date: 19 Jun 2017  By: Carmine D'Amico

    In 1908, the Metropolitan Tramways Trust (MTT) expanded its network into western Adelaide. The expansion included a bridge across the River Torrens, between Holland Street Thebarton and Manton Street Hindmarsh. The MTT general manager was William Goodman. The bridge is an early example of a steel reinforced concrete bridge designed by John Monash. The City …