Tag: asset management

Shah Returns to WSP USA as Asset Management Director

Will lead digital asset management services to help the firm’s U.S. clients improve and enhance their business and financial strategies. ORANGE, California, Aug. 25, 2020...

New Era of BIM Lifecycle Implementation – Part 1

An Overview of How The ISO 19650 Series Affects Asset Management By Dr. Xifan (Jeff) Chen and George Broadbent Introduction The understanding of Building Information Modeling (BIM)...

RoadBotics Introduces Image Logger on Asset Management Operating System

PITTSBURGH, PA – RoadBotics is announcing the addition of Image Logger to its growing suite of products to help communities digitize their assets including...

Real-time structural health monitoring promises smarter, safer bridges

Sandia National Laboratories, working with Structural Monitoring Systems PLC, a U.K.-based manufacturer of structural health monitoring sensors, outfitted a U.S. bridge with a network of eight real-time sensors able to alert maintenance engineers when they detect a crack or when a crack reaches a length that requires repair.

Microdesk wins PANYNJ contract to expand enterprise asset management

Microdesk was awarded a multi-year contract with the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PANYNJ) to broaden its Application Maintenance and Support Services through an Enterprise Asset Management Program.

Azteca Systems releases Cityworks 15.3

Azteca Systems released Cityworks 15.3, the latest version of the company’s web GIS-centric platform for public asset management.

Michigan creates two councils to improve state’s infrastructure

Michigan is first in the nation to implement a coordinated effort to better manage the state’s drinking water, wastewater, stormwater, transportation, and private utilities under legislation signed July 2 by Gov. Rick Snyder.

Black & Veatch: Data analytics, resilience and sustainability drive water discussion

Collecting data from our water systems is one thing. Acting on that information is game-changing, and a Black & Veatch survey shows that the water space is taking note.

Research program makes plans for more resilient linear infrastructure

The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) announced a new £4.8 million engineering research program, led by Newcastle University, that will examine how long linear infrastructure assets, such as road and railway slopes, pipeline bedding and flood protection structures, can be better maintained and monitored to make them more resilient
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