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28 Feb 2012 to 1 Mar 2012
MAINTEC 2012 – one of the UK’s leading event for maintenance & asset management 28 February – 1 March 2012, NEC Birmingham In today’s challenging economy, organisations are pressed into making cost savings whilst not compromising on output, and so are increasingly looking to improve the longevity of equipment, increase efficiency, reduce costs, and avoid down time in productivity. Therefore, there has never been a better time to focus on maintenance solutions.
23 Feb 2012 to 24 Feb 2012
Prospero House, London
Condition monitoring tools & techniques to reduce the risk of failure & improve asset performance.
9 Feb 2012 to 10 Feb 2012
Johannesburg, South Africa
Why you must attend? 1. Apply new reliability based maintenance practices into your current maintenance strategy. 2. Reduce time and cost delays through effective implementation of your plant’s reliability program. 3. Benchmark your traditional maintenance programs against the latest strategies in reliability and maintenance 4. Know the cost investment risks associated with changing your maintenance strategies compared with long‐term improvements on ROIs. 5. Discover proven and successful techniques to improve your plant reliability. 6. Listen to the best practice reports on the implementation of Plant Asset Management, to illustrate its economic importance and potential for cost optimization. 7. Realise the best in technology with regards to plant automation, control and management.
1 Feb 2012 to 3 Feb 2012
Pipelines constitute one of the highest operating costs for the oil and gas industries, therefore maintaining their integrity is crucial. Repairs, maintenance and monitoring defects all require time and capital therefore investing in new strategies and technologies are key to sustainable, profitable pipeline performance. This marcus evans forum examines the latest strategies needed to keep your pipelines performing at their optimum. It will also discuss the importance of pipeline lifetime extension given that the issue of aging infrastructure has become more prevalent in recent years. Delegates will be able to learn about the latest technologies available for In-line inspection and corrosion mitigation. They will also be able to hear an update on the latest standards governing asset integrity management.
1 Dic 2011
One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA
Focused on the efficient management of highway and railway infrastructure assets.
30 Nov 2011
Savoy Place, London
The Annual Lecture is a flagship event in the IAM's calendar and is free of charge and open to all. It is a chance to engage with both the subject and people involved in managing assets. It takes place during The Asset Management Conference, organised jointly by the IET and the IAM and starts at 18h30 on Wednesday 30th November. The Annual Dinner starts at 20h00, with a Drinks Reception after the Lecture at 19h30. THE DINNER IS NOW FULLY BOOKED BUT YOU CAN STILL BOOK FOR THE ANNUAL LECTURE THE IET ASSET MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE IS NEARLY AT CAPACITY AND ALL WORKSHOP PLACES HAVE BEEN TAKEN.
30 Nov 2011 to 1 Dic 2011
London: Savoy Place
For the first time since its inception, the IET and IAM Asset Management Conference will provide you with the platform to have your say, to promote your work, theories and case studies. We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the Asset Management Conference 2011..........
29 Nov 2011 to 30 Nov 2011
A 2-day senior-level conference including a breakout session, three case studies and two workshops the pupose of which is to help delegates realise the scope and purpose of their Asset Integrity Management System, maximise the productivity and increase the reliability of their assets.
17 Nov 2011
The Barbican, London
The rail industry is facing reform. It is costing more than it used to and more than it ought to. The government are keen to target efficiency and have set up a high-level group to help shape the future of British railways. Sir Roy McNulty's Value for Money report will help drive the changes needed to make our railways more accountable, more efficient and ultimately better value for taxpayers and passengers. This would include the increased need for the management of assets by owners of rolling stock and train operating companies.
2 Nov 2011
The Grand Connaught Rooms, London
With Britain's population expected to grow to more than 71 million by 2031, how can the UK create an infrastructure than can compete in a rapidly changing global marketplace? Over 150 leading business and policymakers from transport, energy and digital communications will gather to share their views and help shape the future of infrastructure in the UK