AM Throwback Monday

Throwback Mon

It's throwback Monday! Please enjoy this week's five asset management videos carefully selected for you:

  1. 12 challenges of dealing with utilities in a congested area
  2. Achieving success through asset management
  3. Infrastructural condition monitoring
  4. The development of an asset information submission guideline for Sydney Trains
  5. What is asset management anyway? - Debunking the myths!

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Universities post-pandemic

Uni PandemicOver the past decade and longer, many Australian universities have experienced exponential growth. The influx of international students, and a wider uptake in domestic students to both onsite and online learning facilities have seen universities increase their infrastructure assets, including the construction of new buildings.

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April Meeting Point out now

noun newsletter 838775AMCouncil April Meeting Point e-news is out now, packed with all the latest and greatest AMCouncil happenings and news from the past month, including links to some great technical maintenance, transport and government articles.

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Fluidity in Assets – 3D printers making respirator valves

3DIt will come as no surprise to our well-read members that Italy is now the country with the most cases of coronavirus; the deaths alone number over 80001. The pressure placed on the medical infrastructure and surrounding industries is beyond compare.

And so, the Asset Management Council brings you the fourth in our Fluidity in Assets series. This time we’re looking at an Italian-based engineering start-up that used 3D printers to create respirator valves.

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