Feb 28, 2013
from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
|Where||British Geological Survey, Nottingham|
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The UK infrastructure sector faces the daunting challenge of maintaining and modernising an ageing infrastructure asset stock. A major stumbling block to the embedding of sustainable infrastructure asset management principles has for many years been the lack, or poor quality, of infrastructure asset data. Both location and condition data are important and real-time data is required to inform proactive planning and maintenance regimes.
New innovations in real-time monitoring and coordinated provision of hazard data are helping to bridge this gap in knowledge.
This conference will
•showcase emerging techniques and technologies to capture and manage infrastructure asset location and condition data •give examples of how data can be managed to inform sustainable infrastructure asset management •present emerging initiatives by public sector mapping agencies to provide coordinated hazard data to infrastructure clients
Who should attend?
Infrastructure asset managers, civil engineers, data managers, knowledge managers, clients, designers, architects, specifiers, contractors, technical managers
This event is free for CIRIA Network, Core and Associate members, Local Authorities and BGS invitees
This event is now fully booked.