The future of the city is defined by inequality, vulnerability and risk. In a context of population growth, urbanisation and aging infrastructure, the principles of infrastructure asset management must be fused with technological innovation to enable organisations to turn great peril into promise.
With the help of smart technologies, municipalities can harness the principles of integrated asset life-cycle management to build smarter and more resilient cities. In this infographic you can learn more about the different components that make up IMQS’s Smart Asset solution.
In a world underpinned by unpredictable economic and environmental conditions, organisations in charge of infrastructure need to optimise and maximise the returns on their assets. Access to and interrogation of information is integral, as quality information is turned into the intelligence that informs critical decision-making. What is the vision behind […]
The use of sensors to monitor water distribution networks in (near) real-time can strongly increase the ability to make informed decisions regarding the management and maintenance of all assets within the hydro environment. How can smart water networks contribute to the Smart Cities of the future? The idea of […]