Institution of Civil Engineers, London
"A must if you are involved in the infrastructure sector. Informed debate with leading industry players and policy makers"
“The event was attended by the right balance of senior management and technical people and provided great exposure to the road and rail sectors”
"All very good – excellent mix of technical sessions and networking time"
Book online to save up to £160. IMechE members can register at the same rate as ICE members - Click here to book your place
ICE Transport Asset Management 2017 will focus on the benefits, opportunities and challenges of digital, exploring how different technologies and enterprise-level thinking can get more value from assets and networks.
Infrastructure owners and operators need to deliver better outcomes from existing assets, often with limited budgets. Digitalisation has already created new ways to generate data and gather information to better understand assets. When the industry embraces behavioural and technical change at all stages of asset life-cycles, huge benefits can be realised.
New for 2017, this popular event will be offering digital solutions across three specialist streams- highways, railways and international gateways – ports and airports.
Book online to save up to £160. Members of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers can register at the same rate as ICE members - Click here to book your place
Delegates attend from:
- Department for Transport
- Highways England
- Transport Scotland
- Heathrow Airport Holdings
- Network Rail
- Welsh Government
- County Councils
- And many more
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