Meet our team at the ICE Transport Asset Management Conference

Thanks to digital innovation, the transport sector now has access to a huge amount of data relating to assets, be that for railways, highways, ports or airports. With so much data available to asset owners, managers and engineers, the key is turning this data into useful knowledge to inform vital decision making relating to the condition of these assets, so that they can be better understood and efficiently managed.

To showcase their role in ensuring the effective remote monitoring of assets, ITM Monitoring is exhibiting at The Institution of Civil Engineers’ Transport Asset Management Conference in London, taking place on 21 November 2017.  Engineers will be available to discuss ITM’s approach to using early warning systems to gain knowledge and assess risk resulting from degrading assets, drawing on their experience with projects for organisations such Network Rail, London Underground and Dover Harbour Board.

Visitors to the ITM Monitoring stand will gain an insight into Asset Fit, ITM Monitoring’s remote infrastructure monitoring solution which utilises a combination of state-of-the-art technologies to deliver critical real-time intelligence about an infrastructure’s condition and its environment throughout its lifecycle. Data gathered through the monitoring systems can be processed and presented using Calyx Online Monitoring Software (OMS)™ – which has received extensive praise across the industry for its ease of use and ability to manage multiple assets for clients – enabling delegates to discover how to improve infrastructure asset performance and simultaneously reduce costs.

Nick Slater, Monitoring Services Director at ITM Monitoring, comments: “Asset owners and managers are required to continually balance cost, performance and risk in their approach to asset management. The Asset Fit approach is tailored to ‘fit’ the individual requirements of your asset, whether that’s a straightforward incident alert or a fully integrated solution as part of a wider asset management programme. Calyx OMS™ presents the data recorded in an easy to use, flexible format so that it can be used more intelligently to make informed decisions about the condition and management of an asset.”

At this time of year, with winter on its way, one key concern for asset managers is understanding the likely impact of extreme weather events on infrastructure. “Our expert team will be on hand to discuss this, and any other asset monitoring requirements, at The ICE Transport Asset Management Conference in November,” adds Nick.

If you have an asset monitoring requirement to discuss, visit the ITM Monitoring stand at The Institution of Civil Engineers Transport Asset Management Conference in London on Tuesday, 21 November, 2017. Or, contact the ITM team on t: +44 (0) 1825 701801 or e:

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