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Modeling Asset Deterioration for Risk-Informed Infrastructure Asset Management

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Thursday, October 19

11am MST – one hour

Webinar Overview

Dr. Arnold Yuan, Academic Director at the Ryerson Institute for Infrastructure Innovation, will demystify deterioration modelling and describe how it can be used for better risk analysis and evidence-based decision-making. Dr. Yuan will identify how both “hard data” – data collected from inspection and condition assessment – and also “soft data” –  gleaned from expert opinions, design manuals, and professional judgments – can be integrated into deterioration modelling. Attendees will walk away with a better understanding of the ‘devil’ of infrastructure asset management so that they can make more evidence-based risk-informed decisions in data collection, selection of inspection technologies, and long-term strategic planning in maintenance and rehabilitation.

Outline of the Webinar

Deterioration modeling is an important analytical component in risk-informed infrastructure asset management. Many asset managers find it very challenging because of paucity of deterioration data, the technicality involved in the task, and the sophisticated relations with other tasks in infrastructure asset management.  Some people think it is just a matter of tracking the service age to calculate the remaining life, whereas some other people understand that the deterioration model should be tied to the physical condition and functional performance of assets, but they are not very clear how the model relates to other activities such as inspection, condition assessment, system analysis (e.g., hydraulic modeling, traffic analysis, energy envelope simulation).

This seminar attempts to provide the audience, presumably mainly corporate asset managers, with a birds’ eye view of this fascinating module of the whole infrastructure asset management puzzle.  Dr. Yuan will help you understand that deterioration modeling involves not only the data-driven process that asset managers have traditionally perceived, but also a system analysis that carries the empirical deterioration modeling at the level of performance data up to the level of the performance hierarchy at which decisions are made.  In addition, deterioration modeling is an important and integral component of risk analysis, and therefore, the characterization and quantification of aleatory uncertainty and epistemic uncertainty become an essential component of deterioration modeling.  Moreover, deterioration data include not only hard data collected from inspection and condition assessment, but also soft data that can be gleaned from expert opinions, design manuals, and professional judgments.  The audience is expected to walk out of the webinar with a better understanding of the ‘devil’ of infrastructure asset management so that they can make more evidence-based risk-informed decisions in data collection, selection of inspection technologies, and long-term strategic planning in maintenance and rehabilitation.

 

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The Canadian Institute is hosting its 2nd Annual Infrastructure Asset Management East on October 26–27 in Toronto. As the conference Chair, I am looking forward to the great speakers and panel sessions that the Canadian Institute has assembled for this year’s event.

Our country is faced with a significant infrastructure deficit. For municipalities, just keeping up with asset repair and rehabilitation is a financial struggle. And the demand for new assets in our growing communities only adds to that burden.

But we continue to make strides to improve our ability to manage our assets. New technologies and innovations, increased funding from other levels of governments, and more efficient management processes are providing the tools needed to keep our assets functioning at the level the community expects.

With these developments as a backdrop, Infrastructure Asset Management East offers you as a delegate the opportunity to:

  • Learn how following ISO55000 guidelines will help you secure funding and get more value from your existing asset management plan
  • Hear about the federal government’s unprecedented $186 billion investment in infrastructure and how you can benefit
  • Find out how you can really get council and other key stakeholders on side
  • Discover how to shift from a technical/operational view of asset management to a big data approach with a case study from the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
  • Get inspired by real life stories of how municipalities ranging from populations of 981 (Burk’s Falls) to nearly 750,000 (Hamilton) are overcoming common asset management conundrums

Join myself, representatives from AM Ontario, and public and private sector industry professionals to learn the keys to integrated, sustainable asset management in Canada.

As a CNAM member, you’ll receive 20% more off the current registration price. To register for this conference, simply call 416-927-1563 or 1-877-927-1563, email CustomerService@CanadianInstitute.com or register online.

On behalf of the Canadian Institute, I look forward to hosting you in Toronto this October.

Sincerely,
Andrew Macklin
2017 Conference Chair

Learn more about your conference chair: Andrew Macklin

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MAINTRAIN 2017

PEMAC’S annual cross-sector conference on Maintenance, Reliability and Asset Management, MainTrain 2017, is coming up this month in Saskatoon, SK. PEMAC is hosting the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) meetings adjacent to MainTrain and the GFMAM representatives from around the world will be contributing presentations to the conference.
There will be over 40 workshops and presentations from across sectors and perspectives, those from individuals who are responsible for public utilities and municipal infrastructure will include:
  • Asset Decision Framework for Optimal Value – Nigel D’Souza
  • Debunking Risk Resiliency by Implementing a Risk-Based Maintenance Strategy – Suzane Greeman
  • Case Study: Digital Asset Management – Palak Patel
  • Predictive Pattern Recognition at NSPO and Its Role in Maintenance Strategies – Warren Rodgers
  • Case Study: Implementing Business Process for Capital Investment Using Asset Analytics – Alex Ashley and Kurt Ersser
  • An Open Letter to Our Future Senior Leaders – Paul Daoust  
MainTrain 2017 Features
We have arranged for 2 tours – a mine tour on Monday, September 25th and the Synchrotron tour on Tuesday, September 26th.
Thinking of starting the Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certificate program? Sign-Up for Module 1: An Integrated Strategy for Maintenance Management, taking place on Monday and Tuesday of the MainTrain conference.
Interested in becoming a certified CAMA assessor? Why not sign up for the exam preparation course that PEMAC is launching at MainTrain? “Becoming a Certified Asset Management Assessor” course is available beginning Monday evening and continues Tuesday. Participants of the course, that also have qualifying experience, will be in a good position to write the CAMA exam on Wednesday evening. The CMRP exam will also be offered at MainTrain.
Don’t miss your chance to network during the many events planned at MainTrain including the Exhibitor Showcase taking place on Wednesday and Thursday that features organizations showcasing the latest tools and technologies to support you and your organization. PEMAC will also be hosting its annual awards banquet at the Western Development Museum on Tuesday evening. Tickets are included for conference participants, and additional tickets can be purchased for guests.
Call (877) 523-7255 extension 4 if you have any questions about the conference or how you can get involved.
Visit www.maintrain.ca for complete conference details including the amazing lineup of speakers! Don’t miss your chance to join us – register today!
We look forward to seeing you there!
MainTrain 2017: Connect, Learn, Contribute
September 25 – 28, 2017
Saskatoon, SK
www.maintrain.ca

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  • Over 400 practitioners have done the Certificate
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  • Aligns with ISO 55001 & IIMM 2015
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  • Interact and engage with your peers during the online course
  • 8 modules delivered over 10 weeks but much more than 8 webinars!
  • Leading-edge online platform using webinars, ‘how to’ videos, Q&A’s, discussion forum

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  • Allen Mapstone, Senior consultant – Asset Management, JRA (Aust / Canada)
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