Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster

AMS Halton Working Group
: The AMS Halton Working Group was formed through the Milton Chamber of Commerce (MCC) and the MCC Government Relations Committee. It is managed by Richard Bolton (Chair [From Centricity360]) and Scott McCammon (Co-Chair [From the Milton Chamber of Commerce]). This working group is made up of individuals from Halton Region, The Town of Milton, Milton Education Village Innovation Centre as well as key individuals from Silicon Halton, Haltech, BDC, all the Chambers of Commerce including Milton, Halton Hills, Oakville and Burlington, educational institutions and other private technology companies.

Vision: The shared vision for the group is to educate on the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster and the Innovation Corridor as well as ensuring that Halton based technology businesses play an active role in projects released from NGen Canada as well as contributing to the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster in any collaborative or partnership means. Regional collaboration is key.

Join the AMS Halton Database

AMS Halton Members:

  • Richard Bolton – Centricity360
  • Christine Carrington – Halton Region
  • Mark Corker – Mtech Hub
  • Robert Duvall – RDC Networks
  • Reema Duggal – Silicon Halton
  • Carolyn Hawthorn – Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Keith Hoey – Burlington Chamber of Commerce
  • Kevin Kelly – BDC
  • Anthony Khoraych – Advanced Test & Automation
  • Ignac Kolenko – Smart Manufacturing and Digital Innovation (CSM-DI)
  • Michael Launslager – Town of Milton
  • Keith Lue – Town of Milton
  • Shann McGrail – Haltech
  • Jonathan Newman – Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Luis Romero – BDC
  • Kevin Samra – Town of Milton
  • Shannon Saunders – – BDC
  • Craig Stark – IoT Foundry
  • Mark Steffler – Burlington Economic Development Corporation
  • Ben Zimmer – Enable Education

TechConnect Halton

Our vision for TechConnect Halton is collaboration. Halton has many dynamic technology,  manufacturing and support organizations. Let’s begin by getting to know how we can all partner together and then explore how we can collaborate in the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster (AMS). TechConnect Halton will not only update you on the AMS, NGen Canada and its strategic partners, but it will also give you the direct ability to get involved through our open mic pitch sessions to help us understand your business challenge, solution offer, your area of expertise or collaboration interests. Don’t miss this event.

      NGen | Next Generation Manufacturing Canada

      Canada’s advanced manufacturing network is a constellation of industrial companies and start-ups,
      researchers and investors, government-funded labs and more.