The following programme is subject to change and current as at 13 Sept 2018.
Any changes to the programme will be updated on this website.
If you are arriving in Wellington on Sunday, do join us for Happy Hour/Registration at the InterContinental Hotel from 5.00pm – 6.00pm

Monday 5 November

0845 Welcome and Opening; including a recap from  NAMS 2016 Forum and Hon Shane Jones
0920 Keynote:  The fourth industrial revolution and changing asset management requirements.  Roop Lutchman
1000 Keynote:  Technological change?  Martin McMullan

1040 Morning Tea

1110 Workshops

1110Workshop One: Changing requirementsWorkshop Two: Technological change
From asset management to performance management. Mike RudgeDigital Engineering for transport. David Darwin
Changing up AM Planning David Jeffrey & Andrew MorganThe emergence of smart cities - what does it mean for asset management? Roselle O'Brien
Group discussion / interactiveGroup discussion / interactive

1245 Lunch

1335 Keynote:  Changing business and funding rules. Wayne Hatcher

1415 Keynote: Skills and Capabilities.  Vaughn Crowther & Sharon Cartman

1500 Afternoon tea

1530Workshop Three: Changing Business & Funding rulesWorkshop Four: Skills & Capabilities
Preparing for change – creating an AM foundation. Robert Blakemore, Ed Rafferty & Eugene StansfieldDeveloping an engineering degree apprenticeship in infrastructure AM. Jonathan Morris
A hybrid lifecycle decision technique for collaborative AM Obinna AkaaAM for developing countries Ross Waugh
Group discussion / interactiveGroup discussion / interactive

1900 NAMS Forum Dinner.  After dinner speaker Clarke Gayford

Tuesday 6 November

0800 Welcome back
0805 Keynote:  The changing environment has implications for asset management.  Chris Bennett
0845 Keynote:  Future Cities 2050:  We’ve already built them Ben van Bruggen

0935Workshop Five: A changing environmentWorkshop Six: Future Cities
Managing York Region’s Green Infrastructure Matthew Rodwell Public transport and the ride hail disruption Gavin O’Connor
Smart technologies to assist managing risks for slopes and structures David Stewart The Journey of the Tāmaki Waka Tracey Wadsworth
Group discussion / interactiveGroup discussion / interactive

1110 Morning tea

1140 Where to from here?

1245  Lunch

1330 Depart