BTB Jansky Joins Advanced Nuclear Research Centre
13 March 2019
BTB Jansky, the global leader in process data reconciliation technology and its application in nuclear power plants, has entered a joint venture with the University of Strathclyde as the newest Tier 2 member of the Advanced Nuclear Research Centre (ANRC).
The University of Strathclyde has a track record of supporting the UK and International nuclear industry for over 60 years. Through the ANRC it supports the safe and efficient operation of nuclear facilities through process, risk and technical innovations.
BTB Jansky is a highly innovative engineering and software development company which invests heavily in new product development and membership of the ANRC will allow access to, and participation in, world class research that supports the technology and application developments at the forefront of the nuclear industry requirements.
Dr. Magnus Langenstein of BTB Jansky said:
“We’re very excited to join the Advanced Nuclear Research Centre. Co-operating with key industrial and academic players creates great synergies with respect to implementing the digital revolution in the nuclear power industry, positively effecting plant safety, availability and profitability.”
Nick King, ANRC Technical Project Director said:
“We are delighted to welcome BTB Jansky to the growing ANRC membership. BTB Jansky bring relevant, complementary capabilities and technical expertise to the research centre and we look forward to working closely with them on a number of exciting projects.”
Leading research centre
Formed in 2015, the ANRC has grown into a vibrant research centre with strong industry support and collaboration with many academics from both Strathclyde and the wider academic community. The research portfolio of the centre is continually developing and includes expertise in plant lifetime extension, asset management, decommissioning, waste disposal, data analytics, non-destructive testing, material sciences and structural integrity.
For more information about the Advanced Nuclear Research Centre, please visit https://www.strath.ac.uk/research/advancednuclearresearchcentre/