The relevance of maintenance in organizations has increased considerably over the last two decades; this importance is linked to the introduction of a growing number of factors with an influence on the effective and efficient asset management. The existence of increasingly complex equipment and processes, the increase in the number of assets, the speed of technological change, the need to reduce costs in the modern world, together with increases in the level of excellence of commercial goals such as quality and delivery time, and concern for the safety of workers and the environment, make asset management an important source of benefits and competitive advantages for present and future world class enterprises. This book analyses these factors, which are divided into, although not limited to, the following categories: • Maintenance policy selection. • After-sales management. • Knowledge management. • Critical asset and infrastructure management. • Asset life cycle management. • Performance measurement system. • Sensors and health monitoring systems. • Reliability centered maintenance. • Building information modelling. • Advanced maintenance techniques. • Set-up processes analysis. Industrial and manufacturing engineers, managers and plant supervisor, academicians, researchers, advanced-level students (both postgraduate and doctoral), technology developers and managers who take decisions in this field will find in this book a source of ideas, models and techniques which mark out a path for future research in this field and may also serve to encourage original ideas and in many cases practical application in business. This book is aimed at the above-mentioned target audience worldwide and because of the number of chapters it contains and the variety of the subjects analysed, it provides an in-depth look at current global concerns.