1 and 2 November CEC was at the fifth anniversary seminar of Asset Management Control at Den Helder .

Asset Management Control (AMC) is defined as a Life Cycle Management (LCM) approach to manage all the processes (specify, design, produce, maintain and dispose) needed to achieve a capital asset (e.g. a ship, an offshore platform, an aircraft, etc.) capable to meet the operational need in the most effective way. 

The increasing complexity, cost and size of capital assets, in combination with a shorter economic life time of high-tech system components has stimulated the need for management tools able to analyze the system effectiveness and life cycle costs. 

Because all of the processes around AMC are cost driven it was a good opportunity for our company to participate in this seminar organized by the Navy. Making contacts in this relative new marked was useful to build a bridge between AMC and Life Cycle Cost, which is the focal point of our newly developed software Cleopatra Enterprise.

During this seminar CEC organized a lecture about “What is Cost Engineering?”


Click here to view an abstract of this lecture.

CEC was also represented with a stand in the exposition area: