A systems approach to secure a data rich future


According to Amey’s recent article, there are few areas in life today that digital technology doesn’t reach. The deep use of data is central to the UK’s economic growth and now a key part of virtually every business strategy, as we strive to find ways to increase productivity and boost outcomes against a backdrop of rising input costs, falling margins and limited skills and resources.

Data and analytics are now recognised as being central to the efficient delivery of infrastructure and the management of assets. But as with other aspects of ‘best practice’ in infrastructure and asset management, data requires a broader context, or framework, within which it can generate both project value and wider social outcomes.

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