Advanced Technologies & Processes (ATP) Council
Newly formed, the Advanced Technologies & Processes (ATP) Council will advise on research, development, and implementation of emerging technologies and processes to transform and create new opportunities for the nuclear supply chain. The Council came together in late FY19-20 and will bring educational opportunities to OCNI members on emerging technology delivery and implementation.
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Artificial Intelligence
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- Electronic Quality Assurance
- Cyber and Physical Security
- Machine Learning
- Integrated Project Delivery
- Remotely Operated and Autonomous Vehicles
- Natural Language Processing
- Quantum Computing
- Standards Modernization
Interested in participating or learning more about the ATP Council? Contact Joseph Bastien, ATP Council Lead/Manager, Indigenous and Special Projects.
OCNI is currently planning our 2021 schedule, stay tuned for details.
OCNI Advanced Manufacturing Forum
(Dates: November 10-11, 2020) The 2020 OCNI Advanced Manufacturing Forum: Strength Through Innovation 2020 is now complete! As we continue to adjust to a world impacted by COVID-19, this virtual event allowed companies, government organizations, research groups, and more from all over Canada to connect, share knowledge and learn about the latest developments, regulatory standards, and the future of advanced manufacturing in the Nuclear sector.
The event focused on exploring innovative manufacturing technologies, identifying customer expectations and requirements, and understanding the regulatory environment with an underlying theme of nuclear supply chain strength through innovation. Attendees will have access to the PDF presentations that speakers have allowed OCNI to share. If you missed the event and would like to purchase access to view any of the recorded sessions, please email OCNI.
Blockchain and Applications for the Nuclear Industry
(Date: October 6, 2020) The inaugural webinar of the OCNI Advanced Technology and Process series, explored blockchain technology and the potential applications for the nuclear industry. Originally developed to underpin the bitcoin cryptocurrency network, blockchain technology has many enthusiastic supporters who see the potential of its distributed ledger of digital assets. Our expert panelists will explore the origins, technology, and real-life applications of blockchain, from asset management to regulatory compliance, and the future of quality assurance processes. [Recording available for ONCI Members in the Members Portal]