NxtGen Pitch & Poster Session Success at AnnConf17

The NxtGen Pitch & Poster session is an opportunity for members of the IAM NxtGen community to showcase their work at the IAM's flagship event. The session encourages discussion, engagement and networking with experienced asset management professionals for NxtGen members. Each poster presenter attends the day at the conference free (or the whole conference at a discounted rate), with the opportunity for the rest of the team to book their choice of attendance at a reduced rate.

Poster entries highlight key areas of interest of the project. Each poster team has 10 minutes to present their work, whilst the posters remained on display for the duration of the day at the conference. Any media can be used to present, whether a collage, diagram, infographic or drawing – the more creative the better. A prize was awarded on the day for the best poster and presentation.

Congratulations to Stephen Pike from Mott Macdonald who presented the winning poster entry at the IAM Annual Conference 2017.


2017 Pitch&Poster entries

WINNER: Stephen Pike, Mott Macdonald

"Framework for Expenditure Decision-Making"

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Dave Anderson, Score Diagnostics Ltd.

"Closing the Loop" with Intelligent Valve Management

"The best way to optimise your valve asset integrity management programme is to move away from the traditional calendar based approach to maintenance. Alternatively, 'Close the Loop' by deploying condition monitoring equipment, systems and strategies, then use the actionable evidence from your condition monitoring programme to drive continuous improvement in your valve population’s performance, through value based maintenance and asset management. To find out more, contact Score Diagnostics Limited at midas.enquiries@score-group.com, or visit www.midasvalvediagnostics.com."

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Kate Coleman, Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd.

"From Cradle to Grave: Delivery Value Across Asset Lifetimes and Beyond"

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Richard Rayson, JACOBS

"Light at the End..."

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