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CMGS at 5th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, 25-27 October 2010.

October 26 2010

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CMGS are pleased to be involved with the 5th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management, to be held in Brisbane from 25‐27 October, alongside our CIEAM CRC colleagues.

The Congress, held in conjunction with the Australian Green Infrastructure Council Conference, will bring together world‐leading researchers and practitioners for three days of discussion and debate about asset management in a changing world.

Key conference topics include:

  • Public Asset Management

  • Lifecycle & Sustainability Considerations of Physical Assets

  • Planning & Scheduling in Asset & Maintenance Management

  • Sustainable Operations & Maintenance of Critical Infrastructure Leveraging

  • Open Standards Based on Interoperability

  • Sustainability of Infrastructure Systems – Climate Change Risks

  • E‐Learning for Engineering Asset Management

  • Advanced Maintenance Strategies (RCM, CBM, RBI)

  • Condition Monitoring, Diagnostics & Prognostics

  • Decision Support & Optimisation Methods & Tools

  • Risk Management in EAM

 

Staff from CMGS will be available for demonstrations of Centric and private meetings during the Conference.  Please call our offices on 02 9889 2455 to arrange an appointment, or send an email to richard@centric.com.au and we will contact you for a suitable demonstration time where we can discuss your needs.

To learn more about Centric and how your collaborative research venture can benefit by using Centric please look through our website.

Further information regarding WCEAM 2010 can be found at the conference website. To visit the  website please click here.

 

 

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