Enabling the Advanced Asset – Assets, Data and Work

At our recent event in Stratford-upon-Avon we hosted delegates and speakers from the utilities and infrastructure sectors. Through presentations, and lively question and answer sessions on the day, we examined how infrastructure businesses can align policies and technology to transform their businesses with a focus on:

  • The strategic impact of the new ISO 55000 standards for Asset Management
  • Approaching Smart Asset Management in a large organisation
  • Responding to the challenge of RIIO-ED1
  • Asset Data Acquisition on a large scale
  • Network Operations and Asset Planning in the Smart Grid
  • Enabling the Advanced Asset – Affinity Suite and Ventyx Ellipse

With over 50 attendees, the event facilitated numerous networking opportunities, and the chance to learn from peers in the industry.

Industry presentations

Chris Knowles
Implications of ISO 55001
Chris Knowles, Global VP Asset Management Consulting, Lloyd’s Register
Jonathan Booth
Responding to the challenge of RIIO-ED1 : A DNO perspective
Jonathan Booth, Asset Planning Manager, Electricity North West
Fiona Fulton
Network operations and asset planning in the Smart Grid
Fiona Fulton, Smart Metering Lead, Iberdrola-Scottish Power Energy Networks
Mark McNamee
Northern Ireland Water Asset Data Acquisition and Improvement (ADAI)
Mark McNamee, Programme Manager, Northern Ireland Water
What could ISO 55000 look like in practice – SAM (Coming soon)
Carl Johnstone, Lead Condition Monitoring Engineer, National Grid
Enabling the Advanced Asset: Affinity Suite and Ventyx Ellipse (Coming soon)
Colin Challenger and Alan Scott, AMT-SYBEX