18 November 2015 | The Brewery, London, UK
Congratulations to our finalists
The following entries have been shortlisted for the 2015 Asset Management Innovation Award:
Exchange maintenance planning
Researched and developed AI capabilities to forecast demand and plan the deployment of field resources to deliver networked-based services and maintain BT’s exchange infrastructure.
These capabilities are in operational use and have led to service and productivity improvements. We have disseminated the innovation through research publications with our university collaborators.
Mobile mapping for the entire asset lifecycle
Highways England has implemented a mobile-mapping initiative which is meeting the information requirements for numerous asset management processes.
It involves ongoing collection of imagery and LiDAR data covering 4,300 miles of highway, processed into a web based software tool enabling enterprise wide access, analysis and creating cost savings of £3m+.
SAMS: A new scouting system to accelerate the repair of storm damage to power networks to get the customer back on supply and to stay safe
SAMS is the first innovative self service scouting system within the UK.
It enables scouts from all across the organisation to choose shifts, buddies and locations from their computer, pairs them up with a buddy, verifies the shift and sends confirmation of this via SMS and email directly to them.
UK Power Networks
New approach to repair of asset infrastructure
UK Power Networks has developed an innovative way of clearing cable joint defects in underground pits to keep the public and its employees safe.
The team modified an existing technique delivering a 400% cost saving on traditional methods and accelerating the programme to reduce this type of fault.
UK Power Networks
Viewsafe: the safety assured maintenance aperture for electrical switchgear
Viewsafe is a multifunctional device for safely condition monitoring live electrical switchgear and associated equipment at voltages up to 11kV.
Viewsafe allows operators to complete thermal imaging, partial discharge and visual inspection of live assets, ensuring the highest efficiency of asset performance is maintained, as well as operator safety.
See the winner announced on 18 November
Be amongst the first to see who the winner is by joining the finalists at the Innovation Awards Dinner and Ceremony, taking place at The Brewery, London, on 18 November.
Asset Management information
Supported by the Institute of Asset Management
Entries to the Asset Management Innovation Award category are welcomed from organisations that have demonstrated innovation in Asset Management which has delivered financial, performance and risk reduction benefits.
Entries can range from research concepts and ideas to technical issues and industrial applications, and are encouraged from, but not limited to, the themes and topics in the following areas:
- Development of whole life Asset Management tools
- Asset renewal
- Maintenance requirements
- Risk-based maintenance or inspection
- Innovative asset information systems
- Development of risk models to quantify financial, environmental and safety risks
- Development of ‘operational readiness’ capabilities in relation to major incident response
- Performance measurement and related decision making
- Approaches to the development of asset management skills and competencies
- Asset knowledge to improve the reliability or efficiency of assets
- Approaches to change management
- Innovative asset information systems and asset knowledge enablers
- Asset Management strategies and planning
- Fresh approaches to aging assets and strategies