Digital Asset Information Management for Transport Infrastructure: Framework and Implementation
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Asset management is the systematic process of deploying, operating, maintaining, upgrading and disposing of built environment assets. Effective asset management requires the involvement of all levels of an organisation in planning, control and monitoring of asset performance that combines management, financial, economic and other activities and practices. This paper aims to propose and evaluate a framework for digital asset information management, including four elements—data exchange, classification system, location referencing and information requirement. This framework is validated through interviews with a road agency in Australia. It is expected that this framework is useful for road agencies to evaluate their current practices and take appropriate actions towards digital asset information management.
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