Relevant theories are explained and the unit provides useful case studies presenting the application to practical asset management problems. This book presents the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Share on Skype - Warning, this link will open your Skype application. The main intent of this course is to familiarize practitioners with applications of GIS within asset management and with methods to quickly capitalize on the efficiencies of using GIS in infrastructure management applications. Typically there are two types of users of a pavement management system. Quantifying the value of location to utilities in the age of the smart grid Introducing modern GIS and understanding its crucial role as a cornerstone of the future grid Moving beyond mapping to leverage GIS in non-traditional departments Developing a Geospatial Infrastructure Plan to effectively manage modern information data networks Implementing a Strategy Vision to ensure that the changing demands of the customer can continue to be met. Five criteria of sustainable asset transformation.
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The purpose of this paper is to develop a systemic approach to evaluate physical condition of water pipeline infrastructure with limited condition assessment data that can help asset managers prioritize capital investments in maintenance projects for urban water pipeline systems. Spatial pattern analyses are conducted in this research to find the spatial pattern of the service life of pipelines.
Based on the spatial relationship, the critical areas where groups of pipelines with short service life are likely to be found were located using spatial statistical analyses.
A visualized platform was also developed and used to validate the implementation of the proposed approach with the case study of urban water pipeline infrastructure in a city in the Midwest region of the USA. The results of the spatial pattern analyses reveal that water pipelines are spatially clustered based on their service life.
Further, it was found that on average the pipelines in the center of a city have longer service life while the average expected service life of the pipelines in the marginal areas is shorter.
The interpolation method produced raster data with continuous information about the service years of pipelines that are useful for asset maintenance planning. With the limited data, the proposed approach enables identification of the critical area of water pipelines with the likelihood of shorter service life.
This result can be used as a priority rule for a rehabilitation plan and contributes to shifting from a responsive to a preventive approach in underground asset management. I am interested in Attending Speaking Sponsorship.
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Areas covered will include: Appraising existing system architecture to ensure critical decisions are taken based on all available information The specific challenges faced in integrating GIS with different utility systems including SCADA, ERP and A DMS Different approaches to digital architecture and their suitability for your organisation based on multiple criteria The merits of industry standards in ensuring flexible system interoperability The institution of robust data governance frameworks to clearly define data ownership and hierarchies Change management strategy to mitigate the organisational upheaval associated with digital transformation.