Infineon invests S$105 million in Smart Factory
Calvin Hui for Channel News Asia: German semiconductor Infineon Technologies will invest S$105 million over the next five years into building a Smart Factory at its Singapore manufacturing facility.
This is part of Infineon’s push to implement what it calls a Smart Enterprise Programme, encompassing horizontal, vertical and digital integration.
For instance, it has introduced robots like automated guided vehicles, to facilitate the transportation of chips across different parts of the facility.
Senior engineer Foo Say Wee, said: “For the lots delivery, it used to be carried out manually by the operator who has to search the lots and carry the lot and hand it to the equipment. But today, employing automation, the lot will be automatically delivered to the operator and after that we have robotic vehicles that automatically come over and transport the lots to the equipment."
The company manufactures chips used in things like cars and electronic identification such as passports. Cont'd...
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