Towards an adaptive infrastructure system decision support model

Start date

January 2022

End date

July 2022


For some infrastructure assets, maintenance practice has evolved from a reactive response at the point of failure to data-centred predictive and preventative measures. This is partially due to costly (societal and economic) consequences of unplanned maintenance but also embracing new capabilities in value generation through data exploitation. With climate change-induced shifts in load and environmental conditions, there is an increasing need to evolve risk and failure mitigation activities and adaptive strategies through effective telemetry and monitoring. In this project and through a series of engagement activities, we have brought together a cohort of established national and international participants and collaborators to investigate the (R)evolution of maintenance and management practices in transport infrastructure and their effect on reliability, safety, and efficiency.




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