Integrated management of the underground

Provision of training/education
This case study will be implemented as an elective course included in a well-known International Master in Applied Geoinformatics offered by University of Salzburg.

Learning contentsCS4

  • INSPIRE Data Specification
  • INSPIRE Network Services
  • Metadata and Data validation for INSPIRE
  • Basic principles of utility asset management
  • District Heating Networks
  • Advanced topics in utility asset management
  • Electricity Networks

Learning outcomes
After the course, our students will:

  • Become acquainted with the main problems related to utility networks and asset management.
  • Have knowledge about the concepts and terms used in data sharing, data harmonisation and service provision.
  • Have knowledge about the concepts and terms used in project management and in the management of electricity networks and water supply systems.
  • Be able to publish utility network data through standardised network services.
  • Be able to specify different requirements on asset management system for utility network, for instance risk models and cost and revenue models.
  • Understand the complexity, objectives and benefits of modern software for management of utility network.

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