ATS Industrial Automation Joins NII, Amplifies Commitment to Training and Clean Energy Innovation

January 11, 2024

Cambridge, Ontario


Cambridge, Ontario (January 11, 2024) – Today ATS Industrial Automation, an award-winning innovator of automated nuclear tooling, announced its membership in the Nuclear Innovation Institute’s (NII) ‘Supporters’ category to help advance education and clean energy innovation initiatives for the nuclear industry in Bruce, Grey, and Huron counties and local Indigenous communities. This sponsorship underscores ATS Industrial Automation’s dedication to supporting the local communities it serves and providing access to resources and workforce development opportunities to accelerate the adoption of green technologies.

For over 15 years, ATS Industrial Automation has been designing and manufacturing automated tools for Canada’s leading nuclear facilities, and supports NII’s mission to raise awareness, drive innovation, and train a workforce with the skills to deliver clean electricity today and in the future.

“Together with our energy customers, we are bringing safe, clean, and reliable nuclear power to Canada,” said Matthew Wong, VP Commercial Nuclear at ATS Industrial Automation. “Partnering with NII ensures that existing and future workers have the opportunities and training required to succeed in an era of energy transition, digitization, and automation.”

ATS Industrial Automation’s membership will help fund NII’s community programs, ranging from NII Explore’s STEM education initiatives to supporting environmental projects and developing skilled trade opportunities. Furthermore, ATS Industrial Automation team members will serve as automation and nuclear experts for accelerating innovation workshops, training sessions, and community-hosted NII-sponsored events.

“We welcome ATS Industrial Automation as a Supporter of NII and look forward to working with them, especially in our upcoming programs at the new NII Advance Technology Campus in Kincardine’s Bruce Energy Centre,” said Bruce Wallace, NII President and CEO.

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