Shoal presents at AMPeak 2018 Conference
Shoal Engineers, Bradley Hocking and Chris Sproston recently attended the AMPeak 2018 Conference which was held in Hobart from the 16th to the 18th of April. They delivered a presentation on the Asset Management System Framework for Rail Organisations research project, which looks to use systems thinking and model-based methodologies to develop an asset management system.
This paper outlined research into the challenges associated with implementing an asset management system and explored whether a model-based systems engineering approach could assist in overcoming these challenges. The intended output of the research is a framework that captures a rail organisation’s asset management information to produce a suite of artifacts compliant with ISO55001 and moves the organisation towards best practice asset management.