Smart Infrastructure Boosts Asset Management

Let’s build a world where digitally enhanced infrastructure enables informed decisions and reduces risk 


By way of new sensor networks the accurate monitoring of environmental conditions like pollution levels, wildlife counts, and water runoff all become possible.



Structural Health Monitoring of buildings, bridges and dams as well as advanced warnings systems in emergency situations can now be put in place.


Through sensors embedded in roadways and streetlights, real-time transit and traffic can be managed for the purpose of reducing travel time and fuel inefficiencies.


A smart utility grid will empower end users to be more aware of their energy uses, and allow utility companies to deliver only as much energy or water as required.


Smart Buildings utilize monitoring devices that track usage and empower users and service providers to better control and reduce electricity demands.

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Smart Infrastructure offers an amazing opportunity for asset owners and managers to build intelligent systems that inform decision-making to optimize performance, better inform our customers and communities and ultimately deliver increased sustainability and the best value from our investment!
Wayne Hatcher Technical Director, Asset Management


Wayne Hatcher
Technical Director, Asset Management
New Zealand