Ageing infrastructure, new technologies, commitments to sustainability, regulatory and performance requirements are forcing the infrastructure and transportation sector to re-engineer its approach to Asset Performance Management (APM). Maximizing the reliability, availability, maintainability and safety (RAMS) of these assets can be a challenge while also keeping the budget in check. Companies will have to find ways to extend the asset lifetime or retire assets and design, plan and build replacements. This means planning ahead and ensuring that assets will stay maintainable and operable within the performance boundaries and their life cycle s to come. To meet the requirements of all stakeholders, organizations in the infra- and transportation sector need to be able to find the right balance between risk, performance and costs while maintaining the existing infrastructure and investing in new initiatives to become and stay resilient tomorrow and in the future.