In this second collection of session recordings from our 2016 International Users Conference, you will find excellent examples of enterprise asset management as it has been rolled out by our client and partners. You will also get inspiration on how to comply with MAP-21 regulations.
AgileAssets Presents Client Experiences, Best Practices, and Case Studies
We hope these videos will inspire you to achieve the best possible return on investment in your asset management programs, and help you gain more insights into the many benefits of using AgileAssets infrastructure asset management software.
Please enjoy, like, and share these session recordings with your colleagues and others you know in the industry.
Georgia DOT: MAP 21 Performance Measure Based Bridge Planning
Mohammed Sayyer from AgileAssets uses a case study of the GDOT Bridge Data to show the benefits of long term planning and compare different strategies regarding Map-21 target setting. The session will demonstrate the capability of AgileAssets Bridge Analyst to help agencies with MAP-21 Performance Measures target setting and long term planning.
New York State DOT: Vision and Strategy for Agency-wide Asset Management
Steve Wilcox from New York State Department of Transportation, shows how the New York State Department of Transportation is incorporating long-term asset management and sustainability into transportation investment decisions and how a new emphasis on preservation has led the agency to create the Asset Management Framework, an organization-wide structure and process to help all levels of NYSDOT.
Minnesota DOT: Enterprise Approach to Asset Management
Dave Solsrud from Minnesota Department of Transportation talks about Minnesota’s journey into asset management; how practices have evolved, how the department has organized itself and is developing its vision for asset management, and how AgileAssets fits into its plans.
JUNO Infrastructure – Distributed and Comprehensive Infrastructure Asset Management System in South Africa
Tyler Sampson from our South Africa partner, JUNO Infrastructure, speaks about the share model, where Juno offers to the South Africa municipalities a series of collective tools from data collection, mapping, and GIS data to field data publication and sharing and analysis, optimization and reporting, which is where AgileAssets fit in.