Post-virus opportunities for asset management


This virus too shall pass.

And when it does, the implications for the Australian manufacturing industry are vast, according to Mr Nev Power, the recently appointed chair of the National COVID-19 Coordination Commission1. The commission holds responsibility to advise the government on ways to mitigate and anticipate the risks arising from the virus. 

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AM Throwback Monday

Throwback Mon

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

  1. Feasibility of applying Formula 1 pit stop thinking to asset management
  2. Online monitoring of electrical machines
  3. Progressive procurement for condition assessment services
  4. Transforming maintenance strategies and planning - Integration of criticality and operational context
  5. Turing track inspection mega data into a predictive maintenance tool

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March Meeting Point out now

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Fluidity in Assets – US Military helping to repurpose buildings


One of the purposes behind the Asset Management Council’s series in Fluidity in Assets, is to share knowledge of how businesses are contributing to reducing the impact of COVID-19. But another purpose is to share good news stories from around the world. In this post, we head to the USA, where the US military is helping to convert disused buildings into hospitals.

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