In this video, Theuns Henning and David Fraser, CEO and Board Chairperson of IDS, respectively discuss the recent changes in the infrastructure asset management industry in the last two years and how the IDS project has adapted with flexibility to these changes.
Watch as Theuns describes one of the highlights in the last two years, citing the case of the Central Otago District Council.
Theuns outlines the analysis results Central Otago District achieved with the dTIMS model of their infrastructure network, and how these results then allowed their infrastructure management practitioners to confidently present the analysis to the Council.
David mentions the possible limiting factors for Central Otago District around the ability to generate savings. Watch this video to learn that even with limiting factors the dTIMS deterioration modelling could make a difference.
What are the data collection techniques that have been developed through the IDS project? How effective and flexible is the model that IDS has developed in New Zealand?
Watch this video to gain further insight into these questions.
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