Nessie Curve Analysis

The Nessie Curve is an Australian infrastructure asset management tool developed by Haydn Reynolds, that graphically depicts the annual replacement needs in a particular utility, based on when the assets were installed and how long they are expected to last.

The rising shape of this graph has caused it to be named a “Nessie Curve” after the Loch Ness Monster.

External Links & References

  1. The Nessie Curve
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