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Infrastructure | Mining & Resources | Transport & Logistics

Captain Michael Edwards OAM: ‘Gascoyne Gateway Will Set a Benchmark in Sustainability.’

The sweeping Gascoyne region of Western Australia is vast in its potential. Spanning over 137,000 square kilometres, it boasts more than 600 km of Indian Ocean coastline, stretching more than 500km inland through to the remote outback. It is also the door to the neighbouring Pilbara and Midwest regions. A new development wants to unlock…

8 Sep 2021, by Skye Rytenskild

Infrastructure | Transport & Logistics

Matthew Sullivan, John Holland: “Resilience Starts as Early as a Project’s Conception.”

As the world shakes off the economic stasis precipitated by coronavirus, rail development is playing a key role in the New Zealand Government’s plans for regeneration. Rail is a crucial part of the economy, recently estimated to contribute around $1.47b to $1.54b per annum. The Australasian Railway Association (ARA)'s NZ Rail conference, 22-23 November 2021 , will…

16 Aug 2021, by Skye Rytenskild

Infrastructure

Fostering public confidence in infrastructure investment

Large scale infrastructure projects have always attracted their fair share of scrutiny, but never more so than in recent years. With metropolitan projects now scaling tens of billions of dollars, comes equally sizeable pressure to deliver value for money to the taxpayer. Although public perceptions towards completed projects are usually favourable, early phase announcements are…

1 Apr 2021, by Amy Sarcevic

Healthcare | Infrastructure

Leading a $19 billion health infrastructure portfolio – insights from Rebecca Wark at NSW Health

Delivering the second largest infrastructure portfolio in NSW - amid a global pandemic and fast-evolving healthcare delivery landscape - is no easy feat, but it is all in a day’s work for Rebecca Wark, Chief Executive of NSW Health Infrastructure. Over this term of government, NSW Health will progress the development of around 100 health…

1 Apr 2021, by Amy Sarcevic

Infrastructure | Technology

Using technology to create a thriving Build-to-Rent community

With its attractive risk profile, quick, large and steady returns, build-to-rent is fast gaining popularity in the investment and residential development communities. Unlike other types of income generating properties, such as commercial office investments, build-to-rent has a relatively low tenant risk, with a greater mix and spread of customers. This makes the asset class appealing…

26 Nov 2020, by Amy Sarcevic

Infrastructure | Transport & Logistics

Automatic Success with Automatic Inspections. Keep Moving to Succeed

Automated inspection of rolling stock dramatically improves maintenance workflows.   The move to automated inspections is driving change in the longest, heaviest, and highest value rail operations in the world. Many of these operations use Trimble technology to improve how they operate, maintain, and utilise their assets.   Trimble condition monitoring solutions enable the detailed condition assessment of rail…

5 Nov 2020, by Abdul Bhuiyan

Infrastructure | Transport & Logistics

Informed Decisions with Digitized Rolling Stock Condition Data

Know what is ahead. Increase the value of rail data and act on data insights with condition monitoring solutions that optimize efficiency and availability.   As the focus on innovation within the rail industry increases, many rail operators are looking towards digitization to optimize their performance, improve safe operation, reduce costs, and streamline their business…

20 Oct 2020, by Abdul Bhuiyan

Education | Infrastructure

How do we make all schools inclusive?

Australia has been taking strides towards inclusive school design for a number of decades, but with little clarity on what an inclusive design should actually look like. While the 7 Principles of Universal Design provides a general framework, its clauses are too abstract to offer any real direction to designers. Meanwhile, the evidence base to…

12 Oct 2020, by Amy Sarcevic

Infrastructure | Leadership & Communication | Technology

Is your business a critical infrastructure asset?

Last month, the New Zealand Stock Exchange came to a standstill as cyber-attackers carried out a series of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Overwhelming servers with a flood of traffic, the attackers halted the site’s main board, debt and Fonterra shareholder markets. Aftershocks were felt around the country, with trading effectively frozen for four…

17 Sep 2020, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities | Infrastructure

Battery Storage Opportunities on the NEM, and learnings from the Hornsdale Power Reserve

Ahead of the Pumped Hydro & Battery Storage Conference held this 25-26 February at the Swissotel Sydney we sat down with Energy Synapse’s Marija Petkovic for her take on the current opportunities for Battery Storage on the NEM, and learnings from the Hornsdale Power Reserve Case Study.   With the constant increase in renewables’ penetration…

18 Feb 2020, by Informa Insights
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