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Week In Review: Manufacturing, Test


OEMs and chipmakers In recent times, automotive companies have been impacted by chip shortages, forcing vendors to temporarily shutter their plants. OEMs are experiencing manufacturing disruptions due to semiconductor shortages as some semiconductor foundries allocate production, according to IDC. "Semiconductor content growth in vehicles continues to outpace vehicle unit sales growth, with gr... » read more

Week In Review: Auto, Security, Pervasive Computing


Security Microsoft and Synopsys are working together on a secure cloud-based chip development environment for United States Department of Defense’s Rapid Assured Microelectronics Prototypes (RAMP) program. “Through this integration on the RAMP program, Synopsys' trusted design, verification and silicon IP solutions will be available in Microsoft Azure," said Mujtaba Hamid, head of Silicon ... » read more

Transforming Vision Inspection With Machine Learning


How auto-manufacturers can apply ML & AI algorithms to enhance image analytics on their factory floor and to ensure higher product quality? Discover the next generation visual inspection in our new case study. In this case study , you will learn about: Current limitations of image inspection in the manufacturing industry. The O+ end-to-end solution, which brings machine learning and... » read more

Cloudy With A Chance Of Better Analytics


How can you create product-oriented analytics on the factory floor while leveraging cloud capabilities at the same time? In our article, you will learn about: The importance of moving from machine analytics to product analytics. The benefits of migrating your analytics infrastructure to the cloud. How OptimalPlus successfully partnered with AWS to create an end-to-end analytics so... » read more

Test In New Frontiers: Flexible Circuits


Test is becoming increasingly complicated as new technologies such as flexible electronics begin playing mission-critical roles in applications where electronics have little or no history. Although flexible circuitry has been around for while, testing needs to catch up as these circuits are deployed across a variety of markets where conditions may be extreme. In many cases, sensors for monit... » read more

Smart Manufacturing Solutions: Build or Buy?


Enterprise smart manufacturing platforms have become an important part of the manufacturing ecosystem, especially in domains such as semiconductors and electronics. McKinsey & Company estimates, for example, that the quantity of process, product, and machine data collected on a daily basis in a typical fab quickly exceeds terabytes. If you add to this in-line and end-of-line inspection as w... » read more

The 3 Big Data Mega Trends For Manufacturing


By Michael Schuldenfrei In today’s global, highly competitive economy, industrial companies are under intense pressure to lower manufacturing costs and streamline processes without compromising quality. Production managers are expected to contribute to improved business outcomes through ultra-efficient use of raw materials, near-zero production downtime, streamlined labor costs, and agile wo... » read more

Data Sharing And Digital Threads


Electronics and the components that power them are more complex and advanced than ever. With these products an integral part of our daily lives, their reliability has become nothing less than mission-critical. As the demand for components accelerates, it is important that quality is not compromised under the pressure to meet quantity requirements. Otherwise we’re going to be seeing a lot of r... » read more

New Approaches To Security


Different approaches are emerging to identify suspicious behavior and shut down potential breaches before they have a chance to do serious damage. This is becoming particularly important in markets where safety is an issue, and in AI and edge devices where the rapid movement of data is essential. These methods are a significant departure from the traditional way of securing devices through l... » read more

The 3 Main Obstacles To Zero DPPM And How To Overcome Them


As we all well know, there are multiple mission critical applications in today’s “Age of Smart” that are calling for zero DPPM (defective parts per million) in semiconductors and electronic systems. In industries such as automotive, medical, aerospace, and more, where lives are at stake, defective parts are not an option. The quality imperative However, with the ever-growing complexi... » read more

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