Mainpac announces sponsorship of WCEAM VETOMAC 2017

12th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management & 13th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery

We are delighted to announce that as a Platinum Sponsor, Mainpac will be attending the 12th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM 2017) and 13th International Conference on Vibration Engineering and Technology of Machinery (VETOMAC 2017) hosted by The Asset Institute.

This international conference will be taking place in sunny Queensland at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre 2-4 August 2017. The two themes for this year’s event are “Asset Intelligence through Integration and Interoperability: From Research to Industry” and “Creative and Novel Research for Contemporary Vibration Engineering Technologies”.

Our own CEO Darren Covington will be delivering a plenary session on Delivering Operational Effectiveness in Asset Intensive Industries through Asset Intelligence during the event.

With 152 innovative presentations, this is one not to be missed.  The program is set to include application sessions on the following topics:

  •  Public Assets
  • Sustainable Property Assets
  • Defence Assets
  • Mine Autonomous Haul System: Assessing the Impact in Asset Management
  • Health Infrastructure
  • Asset Criticality
  • Water Assets
  • Vibration Engineering
  • Performance Management
  • Life Estimation & exact time of failure of last stage steam turbine blades
  • The Open Industrial Interoperability Ecosystem
  • A Supplier Neutral Digital Ecosystem
  • Enabling Critical Infrastructure & Industrial Asset Management
  • Education & Training
  • Condition Monitoring of Machine Elements
  • Energy Assets
  • Technology & Management – Smart Maintenance/Digitalisation
  • Recognition of Engineering Asset Management Programmes at Higher Educational Institutions
  • NDT & AE in Condition Monitoring
  • Evaluating Data Management Maturity for Engineering Assets
  • Long Future Sustainability for Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Strategies
  • Governance & Planning
  • Sustainability & Climate Change Adaption of Infrastructure
  • Intelligent & Automatic Fault Diagnosis & Prognosis
  • Reliability Modelling & Maintenance Decision Support
  • Building Information Modelling

There will also be four informative panel discussions in:

  •  Better than Best Practice SAMP
  • Increasing Climate Resiliency of Australia’s infrastructure sector
  • How to improve Asset Management Performance Assessment Systems
  • Utilising Data in Built Environments in Improving Health Care

Visit Asset Institute to find out more information on this world-renowned event or Congress Program to view the event program.