26 - 28 April, 2017 | Novotel Sydney Central, Sydney, Australia
Speaker Information:

Brian Frankham


Director of Asset Performance Management
NSW Department of Education


3:40 PM The Internet of Things and Universities: Using Data to Create a Life-Cycle Plan for Each Asset

Creating a lifecycle plan for each asset allows you to predict the necessary inputs and requirements for the asset throughout its entire life and resulting in measuring its viability. The Internet of Things is one of the most effective ways to collect accurate building data. If this information is incorrect, the projections for the asset’s life-cycle will be too. As such, this session will look at
  • Optimising the life-cycle of an asset from its conceptual design to decommissioning
  • Using Smart-Metring to collect accurate building data
  • Analysing this data to find key performance indicators on the condition of the building
  • Using this data to develop a life-cycle cost analysis that will be used in the evaluation of whether it is viable to maintain the building

11:30 AM PANEL DISCUSSION: Understanding How to Effectively Stabilise and Manage Maintenance Backlog

Universities consist of aging infrastructure that now requires constant repairs. With limited funding a maintenance backlog can quickly build up. This session will reflect on different renewal strategies and the processes on how to best achieve them:
  • Prioritising the backlog to stabilise any growth in maintenance backlog
  • Using strategic asset management analytics through lifecycle costing data and viability maintenance to ensure the asset is sustainable
  • Managing backlog through scheduling and planning of maintenance work


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