Research

RP3.3-01: Gap analysis of smart monitoring and data analytics networks

Executive Summary

This project conducted review and surveys to understand the needs, gaps and opportunities around smart monitoring, data analytics and asset condition prediction for fuel infrastructural networks. The review provided a systematic understanding and an assessment of current and future IT and data management needs, gaps and opportunities for fuel infrastructural networks. The project developed an in-depth assessment of integrity management and technical options and needs of the industry in this space. The outcomes facilitate the development of improved data-driven asset management decisions and propose new technologies for smart monitoring, data management and asset condition prediction.

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Commencement / End Date February 2019 to October 2019
Outcomes / Impact

This study identified and analysed gaps, needs and opportunities in smart monitoring and data analytics for fuel infrastructural networks. The developed information improves the safety and economic operation of fuel infrastructures and help to ensure the safe operation and the extension of assets life. This study also identified several new research project ideas through the innovative use of advanced smart monitoring, data analytics and protection technologies, to address several important and immediate industry needs in space of integrity.

Partners Deakin University, Jemena, AusNet Services, APA Group, SA Government
Research Contact

Dr Fari Mahdavi

Research Program Coordinator

fariba.mahdavi@futurefuelscrc.com