Uberlytics is very pleased to sponsor and participate in two upcoming events focusing on infrastructure and asset management.
The Smart Infrastructure Forum New York City November 8, 2017
This cross-sector forum will unlock the critical thinking and strategic vision around planning smart infrastructure, using technologies like BIM (Building Information Modeling), connected technologies (IoT), the involvement and integration of social collaboration, as well as finding funding solutions to bridge the financial gap. This program covers the entire ecosystem of methodologies and technologies for the next generation of smart thinking and the transformation of urban infrastructure using digital technologies.
This is a great opportunity to hear from thought-leaders, subject-matter experts, and asset owners that are paving the way. You can leverage their experience, and gain insights to make better decisions as you consider your smart infrastructure journey. As a sponsor of the forum we are pleased to be able to offer asset owners a 25% discount off the regular registration rate. Please email Jennifer Zach at email@example.com for your discount code.
The 4th Federal Asset Leadership Week Washington, DC November 13 – 17, 2017
Keynote speakers, panels of federal executives, participation from leading associations and the launch of the Federal Asset Management Community will be highlights at this year’s Federal Asset Leadership Week.
The Asset Leadership Network will again co-host activities with distinguished entities, such as the National Academies, to focus on Federal Asset Management Leadership opportunities to improve facilities, infrastructure, fleets, personal property and all asset categories. Events on November 13, 14 and 15, 2017 will be held at the National Academies of Science’s historic building on the National Mall.
- Monday November 13: A Vision for the Future of Asset Management – and How to Get There
- Tuesday November 14: Asset Management: Facilities and Property
- Wednesday November 15: Asset Management and Critical Infrastructure
We are especially looking forward to participating in a panel on Infrastructure Day, discussing the monumental challenges of addressing the nation’s critical infrastructure needs. There will be presentations by the United States Army Corps of Engineers with the Bonneville Power Administration, the Western Area Power Administration and the Bureau of Reclamation on the nation’s dams and electrical distribution networks; and a discussion of the Federal Transit Administration’s application of ISO 55000 on funding guidance.
Registration information will be available here shortly.