Greater ability to foresee and plan for an uncertain future, keeping options open and minimising risk
Our world is becoming increasingly uncertain and volatile due to the impacts of climate change, geopolitical changes or emerging disruptive technology. In an uncertain world, short, medium and long-term planning is put under the spotlight.
Slow planning processes producing fixed and inflexible plans are no longer good enough. To provide robust and optimal plans in this challenging environment, planning functions must become more adaptive, contextual, holistic and look further ahead. The BMA Decisio™ platform with its embedded Decision Processor provides this capability to take your planning to the next level.
BMA & five national water companies pioneer shared asset investment model
BMA once again shortlisted for an IAM Asset Management Excellence Award, this time recognising our digital innovations in the water and wastewater sector.
Franklin, Agnes & Fish: Why the UK water sector needs Adaptive Systems Planning
The New Storms List, first launched by the UK Met Office in Autumn 2015 as a means of improving communication and public awareness, gives names to any storms with the potential to cause an amber or red warning.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) had predicted that there would be 14 to 21 named storms this year, a number that makes 2023 an above-average year for storms. But how effective are we at predicting storms?
Digitalisation and technological innovation provide the foundation for a national UK Bioresources Model
With the increase in complex challenges such as climate change and population growth, greater certainty is needed around the long-term approach for managing sludge and bioresources to support the delivery of national policies and deliver improved environmental outcomes. More creative and innovative solutions are required.