AMS will be hosting a new Wireless Technology Training Seminar on Monday, June 25th, 2018 at the AMS Training Center in Knoxville, Tennessee. This one-day course will provide an understanding of the use of wireless applications in nuclear power plants including EMI/RFI considerations, exclusion zones, mobile workforce implications, and a review of applicable regulatory guidance and related operating experience. The seminar will be led by AMS’ EMC Manager Chad Kiger, a licensed PE in the state of Tennessee and an iNARTE–certified EMC Engineer and MIL-STD EMC Specialist who has served as a CSI for an IAEA CRP relating to Wireless Implementation in nuclear power plants, the Project Leader for the revision to IEC 62003 relating to electromagnetic compatibility testing, and co-led the IEC 62988 Standard.
The course will coincide with the ISA’s Power Industry Division Symposium, providing the opportunity to attend both events during the same week. The POWID Symposium will be held June 26 – 28 at the University of Tennessee Conference Center.
More information about the ISA symposium can be found at: https://isaautomation.isa.org/powid-2018/
AMS has an exclusive array of equipment and technologies to meet the EMC qualification needs of the nuclear industry and to support digital I&C and wireless technology implementation. AMS’ state-of-the-art EMC laboratory in Knoxville, Tennessee is an A2LA Accredited Electrical Testing facility (A2LA Cert. No. 3483.01) that is staffed by iNARTE–certified EMC Engineers and Specialists. The AMS A2LA QA management system is audited once every two years by A2LA to maintain accreditation of our EMC laboratory. Several audits of both of our QA programs are also performed each year by customers who use our EMC expertise including audits by members of the Nuclear Industry Assessment Committee (NIAC).