BROOKLYN, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AI–Today, Nanotronics, an innovator in AI-enhanced industrial inspection and automation, will exhibit for the fifth year in a row at SEMICON West, the definitive event for manufacturers of microelectronics across the supply chain. From July 9th to the 11th, the fair gathers companies from across the globe in San Francisco, CA for three days of conferences, exhibits, and immersive experiences. The Nanotronics team looks forward to seeing long-standing as well as newer customers at the event.
This year, on the heels of announcing the integration of Photoluminescence Imaging, Nanotronics introduces universal device mapping to their high-throughput inspection tools. Nanotronics will be demonstrating its full suite of nSpec® products—systems used by many of the world’s leading semiconductor and electronics manufacturers.
Nanotronics tools are powered by advanced computer vision, machine learning, and AI to deliver maximum value and capability at lower cost. nSpec® systems enhance inspection and process control for customers, supplementing or improving their existing process and equipment. Through these tools, Nanotronics helps their customers ultimately improve yield, reduce footprint, and iterate processes faster.
Nanotronics is exhibiting at booth #331, South Hall, Moscone Center through July 11th.
Building on its legacy of revolutionizing optical inspection for the most advanced manufacturers in nanotechnology, semiconductors, aerospace, and health, Nanotronics is at the forefront of redefining process control through artificial intelligence. Nanotronics accelerates R&D into production, while reducing waste and footprint.
To learn more: https://www.nanotronics.co
About SEMICON West:
SEMICON West is where the industry goes to keep up with developments in a world that is rapidly moving beyond smart — and where it goes to find the information and resources it needs to keep the good times rolling.
To learn more: https://www.semiconwest.org
Julio Coppo, Vice President of Sales and Strategic Development, Nanotronics