Australasian Project Planning exhibited at the AIPM Regional Conference, providing information on Safran Risk and Netpoint

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QRA Simulation

Quantitative Risk Analysis Simulation Quantitative Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis often uses the Monte Carlo method of simulation to model the impacts of various risks. By using variable rather than fixed (deterministic) values, the simulation generates random values...

Project Controls Conference 2017, 20-22 September, Sydney

Australasian Project Planning is proud to be a sponsor at PCC2017, September 20-22, Sydney, Australia     We will be faciilitating a half day Masterclass workshop "Schedule Risk Analysis in Action" as well as exhbiting in the Tech Hub, where attendees can drop by, say...

New Standard in Schedule Risk Analysis – Featuring Safran Risk 7

Watch the hosted webinar with Safran on the new features of Safran Risk:

Chainlink Shape and Offset Reference Sheets

Chainlink Bar Shapes How to represent activities is a key decision when producing Time Chainage charts. Some activities suit being presented as lines progressing across the works, others are suited to being blocks indicating occupancy of an area. Chainlink offers...

Can a Risk Adjusted Schedule use P80 dates?

Occasionally when undertaking a Schedule Risk Analysis, the question gets asked “Can we create a risk...
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