Vice-president communications, AIS Technology Group
Shelley Fellows, 53, co-founded Windsor-based Radix Inc., (renamed AIS Technologies Group Inc. in 2019), which specializes in advanced manufacturing technologies for a number of sectors, including automotive.
In February, she was named Chair at Automate Canada, an industry association launched by the Canadian Association of Mold Makers, to represent and grow the thriving industrial automation sector, which is transforming manufacturing. In 2016, Fellows received the Athena Award for her work supporting women in STEM — Science, Technologies, Engineering, Mathematics — fields.
IN HER OWN WORDS:
“The Canadian industrial automation industry is smart, innovative and capable, from robotics to advanced controls, emerging vision and virtual reality applications, to digital technologies designed specifically for manufacturing to achieve its objectives of improved efficiency, quality, flexibility and productivity. We are part of the foundational ecosystem for the Canadian automotive manufacturing sector and look forward to continuing to closely partner with the automotive industry as it continues along its path of transformative change.”