Marketforce Business Media

Marketforce launches fourteenth annual Infrastructure Asset Management conference in London, 29th September 2015

Press Release   •   Aug 04, 2015 08:47 BST

Industry experts at the forefront of change will discuss topics such as alliances, data, resilience and emerging technology, revealing how asset managers are paving the way to a smarter and more efficient future.

Speakers will conduct a cross-industry analysis of all the latest trends in infrastructure asset management, featuring case studies that demonstrate cutting-edge insights into new advances such as the use of robotics in repairs, smarter grid management, mapping and modelling in rail, and climate change planning for airports. Additionally, debates will target asset management processes and systems to achieve the shift into the totex era.

Ranking as one of the most popular events of its kind, the conference repeatedly attracts key decision-makers from across the industry, attracting 120 delegates last year.

"Excellent opportunity to share best practice with peers across industries. Great networking opportunity" - Wales and West Utilities.

"Very useful. Interesting insight into regulatory developments in other utilities"- Arqiva.

"An insight into the challenges of infrastructure asset management"- UK Power Networks

For more information, visit the website. For any queries call +44 (0)207 760 8699 or send an email at conferences@marketforce.eu.com.

Established in 1987, Marketforce Business Media has over 25 years experience of delivering high quality strategic events and B2B communications.

We produce and manage over 60 industry leading B2B strategic conferences, training courses, lecture series and webinars every year, as well as providing insights through reports and surveys. Utilising our expertise and strong relationships with key experts, we create interactive events that deliver superb learning and networking experiences. Our events take place across the UK and Europe and cover: Financial Services, Energy & Utilities, Transport & Logistics, Customer Experience, Media & Broadcasting and Economics & Regulation.