Asset Management Conference,
Perth June 2-5, 2014
Crown, Perth Western Australia
This leading national conference is brought to you by the Asset Management Council, a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and a founding member of the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management.
As an independent, not for profit, professional body, the Asset Management Council unites professionals, organisations and global leaders from asset intensive industries. Their annual conference connects individuals facilitating the exchange of ideas, experiences and knowledge; who challenge and change attitudes going into the future; and enhance Australia’s international competitiveness.
Please click here to download the Preliminary Program Brochure 2014, including information about registration.
Talking to Boards - Danny Elia, Danny Elia,Investment Director, IFM Investors, VIC
Danny drives the asset management strategy of the Australian and global infrastructure funds. Danny has wide industry and senior management experience across a range of infrastructure sectors. He previously worked as the Director of the SA Health Partnership, the single purpose vehicle established by Leighton Contractors, Spotless and Hansen Yuncken to deliver the New Royal Adelaide Hospital PPP. Prior to this, Danny held a number of senior management roles including General Manager, CityLink and Victoria for Transurban Group; CFO, COO and Company Secretary for Axiom Energy Limited; Finance Director of Logistics for Linfox Asia Pacific; and Finance Director and Company Secretary for General Mills.
Maintainers of the Future - Professor Melinda Hodkiewicz, Associate Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Western Australia, WA
Melinda is the head of the Engineering Asset Management (EAM) Program at the UWA and sits on the ISO (International Standards Organisation) committee for Asset Management Standards. After working for a decade in operations and maintenance roles, Melinda joined the academic staff at UWA but retains close contact with her industry roots. In 2011 she was a finalist in the CME (Chamber of Minerals and Energy) Outstanding Women in Resources award and in 2012 won the UWA Safety Leadership Award. She is currently leading teaching in risk, reliability and safety in the Faculty of Engineering and also delivers a number of Open and In-company programs in Asset Management for Government and Industry.
How IT/OT Integration and the Cyber-Physical World is Changing our Lives and the Way We Are Doing Business - Achim Krüger, Vice President, EAM Solutions, SAP, Germany
Dr.-Ing. Achim Krüger started his career as an officer with the German Air Force holding several positions in the areas of maintenance of helicopters and transport aircraft as well as systems engineering, before working in higher commands as a logistics general staff officer. Joining SAP Germany in 2002 Dr. Krüger first served as a consultant before establishing the SAP for Defense & Security industry portfolio at SAP AG. After several other duties in Solution Management and Development Dr. Krüger is now responsible as a Vice President for SAP’s solutions in the area of Enterprise Asset Management.
Changing Definitions of Asset Management - Thomas W. Smith MS, Program Director in the Department of Engineering Professional Development, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Mr. Smith served as a U.S. Delegate and Task Group Leader for the International Standards Organization (ISO) Program Committee on Asset Management and for AMPEAK 2014 will lead the presentations on ISO Implementation. Mr. Smith has published a number of papers and articles on asset management and is the author of the summary chapter on ISO 55000 for the Handbook of Asset Management.
Asset Management Effectiveness in the Mining and Resources Sector - Josef Sofra, Chief Executive, Resources & Energy ANZ Transfield Services, Australia
Joe has more than 21 years’ experience in the resource, energy and infrastructure sectors having worked in Australia, South Eastern and Central Asia, South America, Europe and the former Soviet Union. Joe was appointed Chief Executive Resources and Energy Australia and New Zealand in August 2012. He is responsible for leading the acceleration of growth in this business and ongoing service delivery improvement, and continues the strategic shift towards providing high value technical services.
Key Topics for AMPEAK 2014
- Asset Data
- Benchmarking and Monitoring
- Business Management
- Business Performance
- Condition Monitoring
- Configuration Management
- Continuous Improvement
- Forums covering - Asset Management System Model and Organisational Systems Model
- ISO 5500X
- Leadership and Culture
- Maintenance Planning and Strategy
- Risk Management
- Tutorilas covering - Strategic Asset Management Plans and Measuring Reliability; Tips and Tricks for a Reliability Practitioner
- Whole Life Planning and Costing
For the detailed program schedule please click here to download the Preliminary Program Brochure 2014.
Please click here for an overview of organistaions and delegates who typically attend.
Make the Most of the Destination
Whilst the conference social program is a great way to relax and enjoy good food and a drink whilst you network and share ideas, Western Australia (WA) is an extraordinary destination awaiting exploration.
Perth is situated on the stunning Swan River and offers a vibrant and historical gateway to the WA coast line north and south of the city. This part of the world is home to stunning beaches, world-class wineries, and breathtaking natural scenery.
There will be a tailor-made Partner Program for delegates wishing to travel with their partners, but why not take time out to discover WA’s awe-inspiring beauty coveted the world over.
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