CAMS Toolkit is a product of Integrate Australia Pty Ltd. developed in collaboration with a team of researchers at the School of Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering of the RMIT University. CAMS Toolkit underpins award-winning research models on building deterioration forecasting and optimised decision making for management of community buildings.
Community building assets in Australia represent a vast investment built up over many generations, and are valued at approximately 15 billion dollars. Sustainable management and new design of public buildings for long term performance require a good understanding of the deterioration process, which is a function of a multitude of parameters. CAMS Toolkit supports a data driven methodology for decision making related to community building life cycle management. Using CAMS Toolkit, asset managers can capture asset condition data and obtain various analysis reports related to asset deterioration, risk and budget forecasting, allowing them to make informed decisions related to maintenance and budget allocations.
CAMS Toolkit includes two key components: