Asset Management seminar organised by the Federation University in conjunction with Engineers Australia Gippsland Regional Group was held on 23rd May 2017 at the Gippsland Campus of Federation University.
More than 30 delegates from industry, professional bodies and FedUni attended the event and feedback received from delegates was outstanding.
Gopinath Chattopadhyay, Post Graduate Program Coordinator for the Maintenance and Reliability Engineering Program at federation University, welcomed delegates, introduced presenters and facilitated the panel session.
Ray Beebe, former Lecturer of Condition Monitoring, presented a session on case studies on ‘Must Condition Monitoring of plant be a costly activity?’.
Harry Koller, Director of KPMG, also presented on ‘Megatrends and IoT in asset management’.
Tom Carpenter, Chief Executive Officer & Director, IQ-AM Pty Ltd, presented on ‘Asset Management Maturity: An introduction to the AM Council’s maturity assessment tool.’
Panel sessions and discussions during professional networking added further value for the delegates.
At the closing of the event Gopinath Chattopadhyay thanked:
- The University for providing the venue and sponsoring this event, University staff including Annette O'Shea, Marketing and IT support team for their valuable contribution.
- All presenters and professional societies including IPWEA, Risk Engineering Society and Engineer’s Australia, Gippsland Group including Brendan Wilkinson and Ian Newnham for their kind support in promoting this event.
- All delegates and supporting industries were thanked for attending and their valuable contribution during question and answer section and panel discussion. Gopi also thanked many others who helped to make this event a great success. It was achieved through an outstanding teamwork from the University, professional bodies, industry and wider communities.
Panel Session of Asset Management Industry Experts