GIS for infrastructure asset management – new CIRIA guidance
Join us for the launch of CIRIA’s new, highly anticipated, good practice guide 'Geographic information systems (GIS) for infrastructure asset management'.
Geographic information systems (GIS) have historically been a technology and data function that many organisations have outsourced to those specifically trained in its detailed operation and capabilities. The expectations of access and use have increased with the shift to a more digital society, as well as cheaper and faster digital hardware and software design improvements. The value GIS tools can provide to organisations is recognised across many sectors, along with the role it can play in asset management at different stages of an asset’s life cycle. This has led to a need for a wider range of people to access the data and tools to create, update analyse, and produce insightful visualisations and reports. There is also a need for a wider range of users, with varying digital skills, to absorb the results, visualisations and query the data to make decisions.
This guide provides the strategic context and a showcase of the benefits and challenges of using GIS for infrastructure asset management by sharing case studies illustrating its use and lessons learned.
The webinar will introduce the use of GIS for asset management and provide an in-depth review of the guidance document giving the audience an exclusive preview into its scope, contents and how to use it. Practical case studies will demonstrate how GIS is being deployed to manage assets and improve resilience.
Click here to order your copy of CIRIA's new guidance 'Geographic information systems for infrastructure asset management' (C803).
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Jack Young.
Who should attend
- Gain insight from the project team as they provide an overview of the guide and its findings.
- Learn why the new guidance is essential to the infrastructure asset management industry.
- Hear how GIS can be strategically used to aid the efficient management of infrastructure assets, and see a snapshot of industry case studies.
- Participate in a live Q&A session with the author team.
- Earn valuable CPD.
- Asset owners, engineers and other stakeholders involved in the life cycle of infrastructure assets, particularly those responsible for planning, design, construction, management, operations and maintenance.
- Senior decision makers from a non-technical background..
- Organisations part of a supply chain providing services to national infrastructure clients.
- Those responsible for GIS governance.
Thursday 28 July 2022
10:00 – 11:40
10:00 Welcome and introduction
Jack Young, Project Manager, CIRIA
10:05 GIS date - a core capability in infrastructure solutions
Marek Suchocki, Civil Infrastructure Engagement Lead- EMEA, Autodesk
10:20 Using GIS for asset management within the Environment Agency
David Hornby, FCRM Senior Advisor - Digital Asset Data and Information,
10:30 GIS for infrastructure asset management
Helen Pickard, Group GIS Leader, Mott MacDonald
Magdalena Wilczek, Buildings & Cities GIS/Digital Solutions Co-Lead,
11:00 Interactive discussion and Q&A
11:35 Closing remarks
CIRIA members Free to attend
Non-members £45 + VAT
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