• Asset Management for Critical Infrastructure

     

    20-21 August 2019 | Swissotel, Sydney

    Practical applications to improve the way assets are managed

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Brought to you by Infrastructure Magazine, Asset Management for Critical Infrastructure is the premier event for anyone working in the construction, transport or utility sectors looking to gain an understanding of how smart technology and infrastructure will impact and benefit their business in the near future.

New technologies

The Internet of Things (IoT)
Data analytics
Digital Twins
Predictive maintenance and AI
Drones

standards and strategies asset management

Standards and strategies

ISO 55000 standard
Strategic asset management plans
Planning best practice
New assets vs maintaining existing assets
Sustainability

Skills of the future

Future asset managers capabilities
Assessing cost and risk
Dealing with skills shortages and workforce mobility
Learning from other sectors
Managing technological disruption

Looking to convince your boss? Check out our page on the top reasons to attend Asset Management for Critical Infrastructure 2019.

Featured Speakers

Romilly Madew

Romilly Madew

CEO, Infrastructure Australia

Romilly Madew AO is the Chief Executive of Infrastructure Australia. Recently awarded an Order of Australia in acknowledgment of her contribution to Australia’s sustainable building movement, Romilly is recognised around the world as a leader and advocate for change in the property and construction sector. She led the Green Building Council of Australia for 13…

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Penny Burns Asset Management for Critical Infrastructure keynote speaker

Dr Penny Burns

Chair, Talking Infrastructure Association

Dr Penny Burns is an Infrastructure Economist and Asset Management Strategist. She is the Chair of Talking Infrastructure Association, a non-profit set up to help asset managers anticipate future policy change and be ready to meet it. She is the curator of the association’s website and Host of the podcast Talking Infrastructure’s Hypotheticals. For 20…

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Brian Green, General Manager Asset Management ARTC

Brian Green

General Manager Asset Management, The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC)

Brian Green holds the position of General Manager Asset Management and is responsible for asset management, project delivery and maintenance of ARTC’s Interstate Network which covers some 7,500kms from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia to Port Augusta, Broken Hill, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Coffs Harbour and Brisbane. Brian has an honours degree in Electrical Engineering and a…

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Matt Henson

Asset Management Systems Manager, Jemena

With a career exclusively utilities-based (water and energy in Australia and the UK), Matt has progressed through various engineering, project management, operational and business planning roles to now lead the Asset Management System for Jemena amongst other responsibilities. Mindful of the nexus between people, process and systems, Matt enthuses the benefits of solutions that can…

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Tammy Falconer Sydney Water

Tammy Falconer

Head of Asset Knowledge, Sydney Water

With a strong desire to make a difference for customers and her community, Tammy has carved out a successful career working for and driving change in state-owned corporations and public sector organisations. As Head of Asset Knowledge for Sydney Water, Tammy leverages her expertise in asset management, data and analytics to place trusted information into…

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Andrew O'Connor

Dr Andrew O’Connor

Partner - Engineering and Asset Management, KPMG Australia

Andrew is passionate about bringing information and structure to how asset management decisions are made. Andrew is an asset management and reliability engineering professional with over 20 years experience in the defence, aviation, maritime, mining, utilities and nuclear sectors. Andrew has a PhD in reliability and risk, authored a book on statistical modelling of asset…

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  • What 2018 delegates said

      “The conference last week was fantastic, I learnt a lot and the speakers were great.” – Peter Haylock, Sydney Water  

  • What 2018 delegates said

      “Just a quick thank you for one of the best conferences I have been to” – Tom Jamieson, Sunshine Coast Council

  • What 2018 delegates said

      “I would like to congratulate all involved in organising and putting together such a magnificent event!! Congratulations on selection of the topics, selection of presenters, the panel members and MC. If the same standards are kept in the future, I will strongly recommend this conference to anybody involved in the asset management arena.” – Lidia Pajmakoska, Senior Project Manager Regulations, Dams Safety Committee

  • What 2018 delegates said

      “I liked the networking emphasis. Really easy to get to know people and understand what they are passionate about.”

  • What 2018 delegates said

    “It was an extremely well run event with great and relevant speakers.”

  • What 2018 delegates said

      “The panel discussions were very interesting, learning about other industries with a free-flowing discussion instead of the lecture-style presentations.”

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Asset Management for Critical Infrastructure is the best place to directly reach senior decision-makers in the utility and infrastructure sectors as they’ll all be in the same room!

If your business is in the asset management, utility or infrastructure space, get noticed by sponsoring the event. There are several sponsorship opportunities available – with some including speaking spots and exhibition booths – but spots are limited, so get in touch today.

 

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