Conference Proceedings

Status of Computerised Asset Management Systems for Infrastructure Management

L Kisler, Colin Duffield, DM Young, Yew-Chaye Loo (ed.)

Griffith University | Published : 1995


Asset Management Systems have been identified as providing a structured and objective approach to asset management decisions. This paper presents details of the historical development of these systems and indicates significant advancements that have occurred in Pavement and Bridge Management Systems. A full-market evaluation survey of the status of Asset Management Systems in Australia has been undertaken to identify current best practice and future development directions for infrastructure management. Organisations responsible for infrastructure associated with transport and communications networks, public housing, buildings and schools, power and water supply, and sewerage and waste dispos..

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