Showcasing Australian Asset Management at IAM Conference UK
Assetic Co-founder and Director Ashay Prabhu will join Ben Clark (formerly of Assetic client City of Tea Tree Gully) to present “Life-Cycle Optimisation using Asset Genetics in a Digital Revolution” at The Institute of Asset Management Annual Conference in Liverpool, England, June 24-26.
The Conference will explore the best of asset management in the context of the rapid advances of our digital world. The programme covers challenges faced and the opportunities available from harnessing the latest in technology and best-practice.
“As the pace of data is now 4000 times quicker and more reliable compared to the last decade, we are entering an era where asset management is not just converting big data to information; its rather creating insights that lead to true wisdom,” Ashay said. “Imagine live dashboards based on data fed from IoT. Imagine digital twins that change the way built infrastructure is remodelled and made fit for future. Imagine the what-ifs that can be tested now to see what the future city could and should look like.”
Running across three days, the approximate 400 delegates will choose from streams covering Expert Insight, NxtGen Development and Global News – the latter showcasing best practice case studies bringing to life what’s happening in the asset management space around the world, where Ashay and Ben will feature.
“This is a great opportunity for professional development by viewing best practice from around the globe,” Ben said. “I’m excited to bring this knowledge back to Australia where it can be shared and to continue the growth and advancement of asset management in Australia.”
The event attracts delegates from around the world and offers a blend of formal learning, inspirational thought leadership, informal networking and social opportunities, as well as an interactive exhibition area offering the chance to discuss the latest innovations in asset management services and tools.
“I am truly excited about this event,” Ashay concluded. “If anyone thought asset management was boring, think again; this is the best time and era for wisdom-based decision making.”