At the recent IDS Conference in Christchurch a video I had prepared regarding the Deighton Water Model was presented. This video has been posted at the Inframanage.com Blog and also on the Inframanage.com Youtube Channel. The video provides a good introduction to optimised decision making, and if you are interested in this topic I would encourage you to […]
Video 8 of 11 The video above is the eighth of 11 videos. It covers Section 9.0 of the conference paper – Future Implications – Utilities This video was first published on the blog of Inframanage – Resources for Infrastructure Management Professionals site. In June 2013, I delivered my paper Infrastructure Management – Forecasting the Changes […]
Video 7 of 11 The video above is the seventh of 11 videos. It covers Section 8.0 of the conference paper – Future Implications – Transportation This video was first published on the blog of Inframanage – Resources for Infrastructure Management Site. This video and Section 8.0 of the paper introduce the concept of ‘Scooter […]
Waugh Blog has been attracting visitors from around the world. Deighton Associates Limited from Canada have linked to Waugh Blog on their LinkedIn page. Deighton are the suppliers of the dTIMS software provided by IDS Ltd here in New Zealand. I have recently featured the IDS dTIMS Utilities Deterioration Model here on Waugh Blog, and the paper […]
Congratulations to Philip McFarlane, Principal Engineer, Opus International, Dr. Laura McElhone Dunedin City Council, and Dr. Theuns Henning, IDS Ltd for winning the Best Technical Paper at last weeks Ingenium (now IPWEA NZ) Conference in Dunedin. My previous Waugh Blog post contains more information regarding this model. It is expected in the near future that this paper will be posted on […]
Ross Waugh presented his paper ‘Infrastructure Management to 2030’ today at the Ingenium (now IPWEA NZ) Conference in Dunedin. This paper and the presentation slides have now been included in the Resources section of this site. Please feel free to download these resources and join the conversation about the future of Infrastructure Management practice.
In March, I had the opportunity to attend and speak at the IDS conference in Wellington. During this conference Philip McFarlane, Principal Engineer, Opus International presented on the new dTIMs Utilities Deterioration Model that has been developed by IDS Ltd. Dunedin City Council commissioned some of the initial analysis using this model. The work completed by […]