Large distributed assets such as in sub-sea oil and gas plants or those belonging to a smart energy grid with distributed renewable energy generation, require innovative sensor technologies, telecommunications and signal processing for data acquisition and interpretation.
New developments and applications in management science provide the methodologies for effective risk analysis, prognostics and decision making about modes of operation to maintain, preserve or replace these assets.
Our researchers have a successful track record of working with industry in a wide variety of sectors. We can offer fully-integrated support, from developing sensors to data handling to decision-making, as well as highly specialised projects in just one area.
Research activities and projects with industry carried out by within the Sensors and Asset Management theme can be focussed in one area or span several layers of activity depending on the requirements presented.
For more information about Strathclyde’s expertise in each layer of asset management activity, please click on the relevant section of the diagram: