ViTrox, provider of machine vision solutions for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries, is showcasing its V510i Advanced 3D Optical Inspection (AOI) Solutions, V9i Advanced Robotic Vision (ARV) Solutions and the Industry 4.0 Smart Manufacturing Solutions, V-ONE at the Productronica event on 16–19 November 2021 in Munich. The company says its sales and technical experts “are thrilled and ready to reconnect with our customers, partners, and everyone who is interested in our solutions in person after years!”
The company says its V510i AOI solutions enable users to perform high-speed inspections through real 3D measurements. “Integrated with Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Technology, V510i AOI Solutions offer comprehensive capabilities to enhance production efficiency and processing speed in programming, classification, buyoff, and many processes. Besides that, V510i AOI Solutions also feature A.I. programming and A.I. Buy Off in Repair Station, which can achieve fast, accurate and quality-assured inspection performance.”
The company will also showcase its V9i ARV Solutions during the show. “V9i ARV Solutions received two notable industry awards, including the IPC APEX 2020 Innovation Award and the 2019 Global Technology Award. V9i ARV Solutions is a fully configurable 2-in-1 system with a compact design integrated with flexible hardware, software architecture and algorithms. Its robust features make it suitable to perform conformal coating and final inspection of Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs).”
It will also highlight its Industry 4.0 Smart Manufacturing Solution (V-ONE). “Implementing V-ONE in the production line enables stakeholders to exceedingly optimise the manufacturing process through the insightful analytics provided by V-ONE on a real-time basis. Meanwhile, V-ONE also provides an auto alert triggering feature which enables stakeholders to detect issues and minimise interruption in the production line. Coupled with V-ONE’s machine connectivity and big data analytical capabilities, stakeholders would be able to monitor the production status anytime, anywhere,” the company said.
Hall A2, Booth 429