Operational excellence in critical infrastructure

Speakers

Roger Jones
Executive General Manager Business Technology, Auckland Transport

Greg Baud
Asset Manager
Watersure
Matthew Addley
Senior Director, Industry Strategy
Infor

David Whitfield
EAM Consultant
Infor

Virtual luncheon: Operational excellence in critical infrastructure


Join us for a virtual luncheon to learn how organisations can achieve operational excellence with optimised asset management.

Guest speakers from Auckland Transport and Watersure will share their respective stories on the role asset management plays in improving decision making, boosting customer satisfaction, and increasing efficiency.

Following the sessions, we’ll host a fireside chat with AT and Watersure, on the impact of emerging technologies on business practices.

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Auckland Transport
AT is responsible for all the region's transport services, from roads and footpaths, to cycling, parking and public transport. Their projects aim to provide better transport options for all Aucklanders, from developing innovative new travel solutions to maintaining current infrastructure and facilities.

Hear from Roger Jones, Executive General Manager, Business Technology, as he discusses how Auckland Transport are optimising their multi-billion-dollar assets to attain better decision-making, drive operational efficiencies and boost customer satisfaction.
Watersure
Watersure is responsible for the Operations and Maintenance activities of the Victorian Desalination Project. The plant has the capacity to supply up to 150 billion litres of high quality water to Melbourne and many regional cities or towns via the Victorian water grid – such as Geelong, Sunbury, Melton, Cowes, Wonthaggi – if required and subject to trades between the water corporations. When the plant is in shutdown, a comprehensive maintenance program guarantees the plant remains available to produce desalinated water as soon as the need arises.

Join Asset Manager, Greg Baud to hear about their work on asset criticality and mobility in the field with digitised inspections.