Koh Young Technology Highlights AI Inspection at IPC APEX EXPO 2019


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As ‘Your Partner for Smart Factory Realization,’ Koh Young Technology will show how artificial intelligence-based solutions and machine learning offers more consistent inspection at the IPC APEX Expo January 29-31, 2019 in San Diego, California. With the ongoing trend of Industry 4.0, Koh Young has begun unlocking the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to improve throughput and production quality in several ways. The company will display an array of innovative solutions powered by AI at booth 1908 in San Diego Convention Center.

Simple 3D AOI Programming

At the event, Koh Young will show the Zenith 2, its latest 3D AOI platform, which allows simple programming without fine-tuning. The system includes the AI-powered Koh Young Auto Programming (KAP) system. The revolutionary tool recommends inspection conditions based on 3D measured data, which reduces job preparation time by up to 70 percent; thus, making it an ideal solution for high-mix, low-volume applications. The Zenith 2 also offers expanded inspection capabilities with side view cameras.

Enhanced 3D SPI Systems

Koh Young will also display enhanced 3D SPI systems, including the KY8030-3 and aSPIre3. The KY8030-3 will demonstrate advanced features like Auto Repair, which eliminate rework and scrap while improving ROI by automatically dispensing solder paste on failed pads – without stopping production. Koh Young will also highlight the auto-verification function with its flagship aSPIre3 3D SPI, which helps ensure the best inspection results with automatic machine condition verification.

Easier Process Optimization

As the connectivity leader, Koh Young will also demonstrate Industry 4.0 solutions, including the latest KSMART solutions with complete traceability. With improved module usability and versatility, users can simply click through menus to drill down into details for the information needed. The intuitive navigation process spans collection and monitoring through analysis and maintenance to help users optimize the process effortlessly.

Beyond the comprehensive KSMART smart factory solution, Koh Young will also harness true connectivity by showing its award-winning Koh Young Process optimizer (KPO) software. Koh Young will show KPO, in conjunction with its printer partners, proactively optimizes the print process and reduces false calls, while improving yield and performance. What’s more, Koh Young will also participate in IPC-sponsored show floor demonstration of Hermes and CFX connectivity with the 8030-3 and Zenith AOI systems in a real-time production environment.

As the absolute leader in the SPI and AOI market, Koh Young will showcase a broad set of its latest developments, including the new KY-P3 pin inspection solution and Meister-D semiconductor solution. It will also take part in several show activities like topical roundtable discussions and interviews on the smart factory and inspection process.

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