AMS was founded in 1977 as a spinoff company of ORNL and The University of Tennessee.
Approximately 100 employees with B.S. to Ph.D. degrees in nuclear, electrical, mechanical, chemical, computer, and material engineering
Knoxville, TN. USA. Knoxville is home to ORNL, TVA and the University of Tennessee Knoxville.
AMS is a leading nuclear engineering services company specializing in instrumentation and control system test equipment, training, and services. We provide the worldwide nuclear industry with products and services to measure I&C performance and verify compliance with technical specifications and regulatory requirements.AMS products and services cover a wide range from in-situ measurement of dynamic performance of I&C sensors to rod control system diagnostics, digital I&C equipment qualification, wireless technology implementation for equipment condition monitoring, cable testing, management of aging of critical plant equipment, online calibration monitoring of process sensors, computer-aided testing, and development of specialized data acquisition equipment and data analysis algorithms in support of reactor operation and maintenance.
Employee Spotlight: Keith Ryan- AMS congratulates KEITH RYAN for reaching his 5-year milestone with AMS! Keith joined AMS in 2014 and is a Senior Hardware Engineer with the company. In this role, Keith performs enhancements, diagnostics, and repairs on AMS proprietary equipment, as well as supervises the development… ...
AMS to Offer a Three-Day EMC Training Course in Clearwater, Florida-AMS will be hosting a three-day EMC training course on Monday, February 17th - February 19th, 2020 at the Sheraton Sand Key Resort in Clearwater Beach, Florida. This course will provide an understanding of the EMC guidance provided by the NRC and EPRI, discuss the… ...
AMS hosts attendees from IAEA School of Nuclear Energy Management- AMS hosted attendees from the IAEA School of Nuclear Engineering Management. The visitors took part in a presentation on Nuclear Management and participated in various demonstrations of nuclear instrumentation and control. For more information about the program, click here. ...