• Department of Transport (DoT) Victoria has been a client of Asset Vision since 2013, using our platform across Metropolitan and Regional Victoria
  • DoT Victoria’s AI Driven Rapid Asset Inventory and Condition Assessment submission has been announced as a Finalist in Gartner’s Eye on Innovation Awards for Government 2021
  • Gartner Inc (Gartner) is a leading global technology research and consulting firm that provides advice and insight to companies and governments worldwide
  • The submission focuses on DoT Victoria’s use of Asset Vision’s recently acquired “EaglEye” technology (AI-powered Asset and Pavement Defect detection)
  • This award recognises government driven initiatives across the world that make innovative use of data and emerging technologies

The award category recognises government initiatives that make innovative use of data and emerging technologies to tangibly advance their progress toward digital government. All submissions are assessed by Gartner, and finalists are selected by benchmarking against world-class performance standards.

DoT Victoria has been recognised as a finalist for the award, alongside submissions from Singapore and Taiwan which is an incredible achievement. We are really excited that the core of the submission involves the use of our AI-powered Asset and Pavement Defect detection solution EaglEye, and it is great to see our technology showcased on the world stage.

In early 2020, the DoT Victoria and their Alliance Partner DM Roads wanted to make a difference. They saw an opportunity to leverage emerging technology that would allow them to make a true paradigm shift when it came to effectively capturing the data required for road maintenance. This technology would make existing approaches for identification of assets redundant, and would help direct the limited road maintenance budgets to those areas of greatest concern. Under the direction of DoT, DM Roads undertook a detailed analysis of the market, and selected EaglEye as the technology partner most likely to deliver on the vision of the Alliance.

By mid-2020, the Alliance utilised EaglEye to automatically detect, categorise and condition rate road assets and pavement defects. This then allowed the asset management teams to understand the current state of the road network, and to direct limited resources to target those locations where remedial works are required.

Capturing assets and road defects with cameras and artificial intelligence means inspectors no longer need to leave their vehicles and can instead travel at the speed of the traffic, leading to significant safety improvements and time saving. For the DoT Victoria, this approach is transforming the way they think about maintaining Victoria’s road network and provides a sound set of base data to accurately evaluate both the short and long-term planning required to maintain the network to the level expected by the community and road users.

Following our acquisition of EagleSoft in July 2021, our team continues to work hard to integrate this incredible technology into the Asset Vision Platform, and deliver a full end to end Intelligent Asset Management Platform to the market.

An overview of DoT Victoria’s submission can be viewed via this link: https://youtu.be/XAa5MkwAjP4



  • Expands our international presence to New Zealand
  • First win for EagleSoft technology in an existing Asset Vision client
  • Adds infrastructure asset audits as a new service offering
  • Accelerates the integration of EagleSoft’s AI-powered, Inventory and Defect Detection capability into the Asset Vision platform.

Asset Vision’s CEO, Damian Smith commented on the wins:

“We are extremely happy with the way our newly acquired EagleSoft technology and its people have enhanced the overall Asset Vision solution. These contract wins tell a much bigger story than the initial revenue value they represent. One of these contracts positions EagleSoft’s automated inventory and defect detection capability to be utilised during the bid process for a large road maintenance contract in New Zealand. If the bid is successful, this could lead to a much larger ongoing engagement.”

“In addition to the win in New Zealand, EagleSoft won a piece of work with one of their existing clients to undertake an audit of road safety barriers. This represents a new service that we can now provide to other clients.”

“Finally, we are thrilled that EagleSoft will be used alongside Asset Vision on a selection of Ventia’s maintenance contracts in Victoria, NSW and Queensland; a powerful test of our end-to-end Intelligent Asset Management Platform. I am confident this will pave the way to extend EagleSoft’s use across more than 120,000 kilometres of road network currently maintained within Asset Vision.”

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Asset Vision has achieved International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) Certification for the following standards:

  • ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management System (EMS)
  • ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OH&S)
  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System (QMS)

Clients are placing an increasing importance on ISO Certification when awarding contracts. We see certification to these standards as critical when it comes to bidding for larger contracts and believe it will add to our competitive advantage over organisations who do not hold these certifications. Further, certification to these four ISO standards demonstrates our commitment to building a business that can compete on any stage globally.

ISO 27001:2013 – The increasing number of cyber related attacks has put data security and privacy in the spotlight and having a robust ISMS helps mitigate the risks associated with such attacks. Certification demonstrates that the ISMS Asset Vision has in place meets international standards and will give our current and future clients confidence that their data is protected. The management of data is critical to remaining compliant with the regulatory bodies and ensuring we are taking our responsibility as custodians of that data seriously.

ISO 14001:2015 – The issue of climate change and global warming is having an increasing impact on purchasing decisions and we only see this trend gaining momentum. Certification for our EMS demonstrates our commitment to minimising our impact on the environment. In North America, where we currently have a small revenue footprint, we are seeing an increasing focus in this area. We believe certification to these standards is socially responsible and critical when it comes to bidding for, and ultimately winning, new contracts.

ISO 45001:2018 – Where Data Security and Privacy (ISO 27001) and Environmental Impact (ISO 14001) have gained industry attention, so too has OH&S. Promoting a healthy working environment and ensuring we address legal, ethical and industrial relations concerns regarding worker safety, addresses our duty of care to our people. Importantly, it also communicates to our clients the commitment we have to our people against internationally recognised standards.

ISO 9001:2015 – Globally, the most recognised QMS standard aimed at helping organisations meet the needs of their customers and other stakeholders more effectively. The ability to reinforce quality processes is powerful and a clear demonstration of our internal company maturity. ISO 9001 certification remains a requirement in many tender processes, so certification is important to our ability to bid for and win work.

The certification process has involved months of internal work and a number of independent external audits and is part of our clear intention to build a global footprint for Asset Vision’s Intelligent Asset Management Platform.

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In December 2020, Ventia was awarded the nine-year Sydney Roads Asset Performance (SRAP) contract by Transport for NSW (TfNSW). This contract went live on July 1st and was another important milestone for Asset Vision. The implementation showcased our ability to design, build and implement changes in a short time frame to address client requirements that, we believe, our competitors lack the level of agility and flexibility to achieve.

The SRAP contract provided the opportunity to design and build two important integration capabilities into the core of Asset Vision’s platform. Asset Vision Cloud Services enables third party systems to integrate securely in real-time with Asset Vision. Asset Vision Cloud Services was key to our SRAP implementation and was utilised to integrate Asset Vision with SAP® and ClickSoftware.

SAP® is the world’s largest provider of Enterprise Application Software and ClickSoftware is a leader in field service management solutions. Click Software was acquired by Salesforce.com in October 2019. The ability to integrate with these global platforms and others, opens further sales opportunities for Asset Vision.

Asset Vision Data Services was the second important data integration capability designed, built and delivered during this project. Our data integration capability provides Ventia with an up-to-date reporting database that can be directly accessed by their Data and Business Intelligence (BI) teams and integrates into Ventia’s data lake for business critical KPI reporting.

Asset Vision CEO, Damian Smith commented – “We have worked incredibly well with Ventia’s solution architects, project teams and the wider business to further enhance our platform, particularly in relation to the new integration capabilities. We’re proud to have two of our major clients working seamlessly together on our Asset Vision Platform, which is now firmly placed at the centre of Ventia’s Integrated Transport Enterprise Asset Management Solution.”

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Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and New Zealand. Ventia is an independent partnership between funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management and the CIMIC Group and was created in 2015 following the merger of Leighton Contractors Services division, Thiess Services and Visionstream.

In 2020, Ventia grew to combine more than 50 years’ of industry knowledge and experience with the acquisition of Broadspectrum (formally Transfield Services) and today has over 35,000 talented people and subcontractors across Australia and New Zealand.

For more information on Ventia, please visit:


DM Roads is the name of Downer EDI Limited (ASX:DOW) road network management and maintenance business in Australia, delivering road network management since 1997. DM Roads expertise has been developed over more than 20 years and has helped to make DM Roads one of Australia’s largest road maintenance provider, managing 36,000 kilometres of road across Australia.

DM Roads delivers market-leading solutions in road network management, asset management, routine maintenance, capital works, intelligent transport systems (ITS) and smart city infrastructure, that go beyond simply maintaining the road network today. EagleSoft’s EaglEye supports the innovation that DM Roads brings to their contracts, delivering ever-increasing value to their clients and road network users.

Regional Roads Victoria (RRV) was established in September 2018 to respond to community needs, focus on regional issues and improve the condition of regional roads. On 1 July 2019, RRV and VicRoads came together with Public Transport Victoria (PTV) and the Department of Transport to form a new integrated Department of Transport.

This new contract, to perform further analysis of the road network in the North Eastern Region in Victoria, continues the strong partnership EagleSoft has built with DM Roads.

Asset Vision CEO, Damian Smith, commented:- “This contract win validates what we see in Eaglesoft’s technology and the future opportunities that we anticipate will unfold. Our collective footprint across Victoria has been strengthened by this contract win, and as we integrate Eaglesoft technology seamlessly with Asset Vision over the coming months, we expect further opportunities will present themselves with our existing clients.”

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EagleSoft is one of a limited number of technology companies globally to have successfully built and implemented an Intelligent Data Capture Platform that automatically detects both road defects and asset inventory using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) and Neural Network (NN) techniques from High-Definition video footage. This capability can extend to other point and linear asset types, with EagleSoft working to introduce this automated analysis capability into other sectors in the transport industry.

EagleSoft’s technology solution accelerates Asset Vision’s Roadmap to build the world’s first Intelligent Asset Management (IAM) Platform for Transport. For our existing and future customers, it means a more efficient and cost-effective means of analysing road conditions, making it possible to optimise planning, repair roads faster and improve road safety for the community.

EagleSoft’s Managing Director, Chris Mahoney along with Managing Partners, Babak Bigdeli and Ebrahim Heydarnia, will head up EagleSoft’s ongoing operations, which will include accelerating Asset Vision’s roadmap and integrating EaglEye seamlessly into our “world first” IAM Platform for Transport.

Mr Mahoney commented – “Providing Asset Vision’s existing clients with the ability to leverage and integrate our EaglEye solution with Asset Vision’s Intelligent Asset Management Platform gives us the ability to significantly grow our revenue base as we move from successful trials to full commercialisation. While we will continue to service existing and new clients who use their own asset management tools, integrating our solution into Asset Vision is a natural progression and our team is excited by that and the opportunities that lie ahead.”

Damian Smith – Asset Vision’s Founder and CEO commented – “Our goal to be the number one Intelligent Asset Management Platform for Transport globally has always required a robust and automated solution to handle intelligent data capture through the use of AI and ML. It is crystal clear that this is where the future is headed, and this acquisition positions Asset Vision as a true leader in this space. Innovating and thinking differently is part of our DNA, and this is an exciting time for our people and our clients.”

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In early 2019, Asset Vision was rolled out across the Regional Maintenance division of Transport for NSW (TfNSW). Following on from the successful adoption of Asset Vision, TfNSW will now expand the use of Asset Vision across its Northern Tunnel assets, including the St Helena Tunnel and the Tugan Bypass Tunnel, which crosses the border into Queensland.

The Tugun Bypass Tunnel is located on the Pacific Motorway, under Gold Coast Airport. The tunnel is part of the four-lane Tugun Bypass , completed in mid-2008. The bypass provides a motorway standard link between Queensland and New South Wales, easing congestion and reducing travel times for tourists, heavy vehicles and local traffic.

The St Helena Tunnel is located on the Pacific Highway near Byron Bay. The tunnel was built as part of the Tintenbar to Ewingsdale Pacific Highway upgrade and opened to traffic in December 2015. The tunnel was built to avoid the steep grades of St Helena Hill and current monitoring shows almost 60,000 vehicles use the bypass and tunnel every day.

Both tunnels undergo routine maintenance every three months which involves a range of measures such as inspecting the various operating and safety systems.

Our team is currently working closely with the Northern Tunnels team in TfNSW to configure Asset Vision to suit their operational requirements, as well as migrate data relating to their Asset Register and Maintenance Standards. Asset Vision is expected to go live with Northern Tunnels by July 2021.

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is at the centre of the Transport cluster with responsibility for setting the strategic direction and guiding an extended network of public and private service delivery agencies to provide improved transport outcomes.

Regional Maintenance is responsible for the continual improvement and maintenance of the State road and bridge network, providing a safe and efficient network that services the needs of regional communities and freight customers of NSW, using internal, council and industry partners to provide safe and efficient journeys for the people of NSW.

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Asset Vision Pty Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of FFT, provides an industry leading Intelligent Asset Management platform, known as Asset Vision.

Asset Vision’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform plays a vital role in keeping roads and transport assets safe and more reliable for the community. It connects Asset Owners, Maintainers and Contractors to provide an integrated view of the health of transport infrastructure. The platform also provides a powerful mobile app for workforce management, enabling maintenance crews and inspectors to work safely and efficiently in the field.

Ventia has selected Asset Vision to initially supply the solution across a number of its Road contracts. This significant contract win materially strengthens Asset Vision’s footprint across Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, where it is being used in the operation and maintenance of major roads.

As one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading essential service providers, Ventia specialises in the long-term operation, maintenance and management of critical public and private assets. Ventia’s client base extends across all major industries including Defence, Roads, Telecommunications, Education, Energy & Electricity, Health, Industrial, Justice, Local Government, Maritime, Mining & Minerals, Property, Oil & Gas and Rail.

This initial contract is to supply the Asset Vision platform across some of Ventia’s road maintenance contracts for a three + two-year term, with the potential to extend to other Ventia Road contracts.

We expect licence revenue to commence before 30 June 2021 with an initial total contract value in excess of $2M.

Commenting on the win, FFT’s CEO, Keith Falconer said:

“To be selected by an industry leader such as Ventia, is a satisfying endorsement of the strategic direction of FFT and we look forward to the future with growing confidence in our technology and people.”

The FFT board looks forward to providing updates on pipeline wins and product innovations in the near future.

This announcement has been authorised for release by FFT’s Board of Directors.


Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and New Zealand. Ventia is an independent partnership between funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management and the CIMIC Group and was created in 2015 following the merger of Leighton Contractors Services division, Thiess Services and Visionstream.

In 2020, Ventia grew to combine more than 50 years’ of industry knowledge and experience with the acquisition of Broadspectrum (formally Transfield Services) and today has over 35,000 talented people and subcontractors across Australia and New Zealand.

For more information on Ventia, please visit: