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AMS Proud To Sponsor The 23rd Annual Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit

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AMS Proud To Sponsor The 23rd Annual Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit

AMS attended the 23rd Annual Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit that was held in Oak Ridge, Tennessee this week. Speakers included Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, Senator Lamar Alexander, Maria Korsnick (President/CEO, Nuclear Energy Institute), Katherine Van Hooser (Chief Engineer, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center), and many others. AMS was also proud to have been a sponsor of the event.

Courtesy The Knoxville News Sentinel:

More than 400 national and regional energy and security leaders have gathered in Oak Ridge for the 23rd annual Tennessee Valley Corridor Summit.

The Tennessee Valley Corridor is a regional economic development organization focusing on science and technology missions...

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AMS Publishes EPRI Report Regarding Wireless Sensor Survey and General Specification

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AMS Publishes EPRI Report Regarding Wireless Sensor Survey and General Specification

A technical report for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) entitled “Wireless Sensor Survey and General Specification” was recently published in April 2018 and authored by several engineers at AMS including Chad J. Kiger (Principal Investigator) and David N. Jackson and Kendrick L. Stiles (Co-Investigators).

The report describes research sponsored by EPRI and presents the various wireless sensor technologies that are commercially available in nuclear power plants; an overview of EMI/RFI concerns for wireless sensor technology, including laboratory test results for numerous sensors; guidance for specifying and procuring wireless sensor technology to meet a particular equipment condition ...Read More

ISA’s Power Industry Division Symposium comes to Knoxville, Tennessee

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ISA’s Power Industry Division Symposium comes to Knoxville, Tennessee


For more than 70 years, The International Society of Automation (ISA) has served as the leading source of technical content and resources for automation professionals.

From June 26-28 2018, ISA will host its 2018 Power Industry Division (POWID) Symposium in Knoxville, Tennessee, where leading power industry automation professionals and experts will present and discuss the latest innovations in automation, controls and instrumentation in the power generation industry.

The 2018 technical conference program features training courses led by industry experts, technical presentations, a vendor exhibition showcasing a wide array of solution providers, as well as numerous networking opportunities.
Each year this internation...Read More

AMS Nears Completion of State-of-the-Art EMC Testing Chamber

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AMS Nears Completion of State-of-the-Art EMC Testing Chamber


 
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. We provide 24/7 EMC testing services on-site at nuclear power plants and in our EMC laboratory at AMS.

AMS has just completed the construction of a third building, representing a major expansion to its main technology campus...Read More

AMS to Host Wireless Technology Training Seminar

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AMS to Host Wireless Technology Training Seminar


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...Read More