Strategic Transport Asset Management 2018

Optimising Performance, Life Cycle and Cost Effectiveness through Strategic Transport Asset Management


With major investment in new transport infrastructure taking place across the country, asset management leaders are now challenged to take an integrated and multi-modal approach to current and future transport assets. This will not only ensure the maximisation of asset lifecycle and minimisation of maintenance costs, but also takes into consideration the wider economic benefits and revenue generation opportunities that new transport infrastructure provides.

With this in mind, the 2nd Annual Strategic Transport Asset Management Summit 2018 will take a multi-modal whole of network approach to asset management at National, State and Local level and will feature some of the major transport infrastructure projects that will drive Australia’s economic development.

The industry is being challenged to rethink strategies in maintaining and upgrading ageing infrastructure and assets to deliver reliable services to the public. Bringing together key leaders in transport and Government infrastructure to deliver unique case studies and insights on enhancing maintenance and assessments of ageing transport infrastructure and assets.

The program has been designed to focus on the following areas:

  • Asset Management Considerations for new Projects – Delivering Long-Term Benefits
  • Intermodal Cooperation for Improved Maintenance Scheduling across Major Transport Networks
  • Utilising Predictive Analytics and Data Driven Decision Making Processes  to Achieve Reliability and Performance Improvements across Transport Networks
  • Developing Asset Management Frameworks and Systems for Optimal Management of Physical Assets
  • Exploring and Comparing  ISO55000 and PAS55 and the Challenges Faced During the Certification Process 
  • Understanding the Fast Evolving Technologies Available for Remote Asset Management
  • Revenue Generation through Optimum Whole of Life Asset Management Strategy Development


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Themes

Interactive Sessions

Successfully implementing ISO 55000 series and the advantages of accreditation and aligning with the standards for the future of transport asset management

Real Situation Analysis

Building intermodal cooperation to improve maintenance scheduling on a large transport network

ISO Technical Committee

Complying with regulatory requirements in condition monitoring standards for extended asset life-cycle and safety of staff

Reduce Costs and Improve Quality

Shifting focus from maintenance and engineering to customer-centricity to enhance service reliability and future resource allocation

Networking Opportunities

Determining the right metrics and analytics to better communicate asset health and drive data-decision making

5 Reasons to Attend

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Engage in networking opportunities with some of Australia’s asset management professionals across a range of government and transport organisations

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Learn practical ways in understanding data to minimise costs, manage capability gaps and meet customer service demands for reliable services

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Benefit from a highly interactive program such as interactive discussions and roundtables to build conversations around strategic asset management techniques

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Discover insights and case studies from a industry leaders challenges with road, rail, air and sea transport assets and strategies to overcome limitations on investments to maintain and extend asset life cycle

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Develop your understanding of the current ISO55000 standards and accreditation and how your organisation can implement it to better position yourself for a ‘smart city’ future

Who you will meet:

Directors, Heads and Managers of:

 

Asset Management, Planning, Performance and Strategy

 

Rail Infrastructure and Rail Projects

 

Rail Infrastructure and Rail Projects

 

Civil Engineering

 

Rail and Infrastructure Maintenance

 

Technical Services

From the following industries:

 

State and Local Government Transport Authorities

 

State Rail Operators and Owners

 

Consulting Engineering

 

Maintenance Contractors

 

Light Rail and Trams

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