ASM and Delphi Technologies Collaborate on the Integrated Smart Factory


Reading time ( words)

ASM Assembly Systems has signed an exclusivity agreement with Delphi Technologies PLC, one of the world’s leading providers of vehicle propulsion systems, for its integrated smart factory strategy. As a technology leader, ASM will provide Delphi Technologies with smart, leading-edge SMT equipment as the basis for the smart integrated factory. In order to run their integrated smart factories globally, both companies will work on leading solutions for full real-time data access and integration irrespective of time, place and equipment.

As part of this exclusivity agreement, Delphi Technologies will join the SMT Smart Network, a global affiliation of leading electronics manufacturers, experts from ASM’s own SMT Centers of Competence, and industry partners.

ASM, the electronics industry’s digital transformation partner, will take the lead by supplying powerful production line and factory solutions with open protocols as well as solutions for total data and process integration to electronics manufacturers worldwide on all levels of their manufacturing operations.

About Delphi Technologies

Delphi Technologies is a technology company focused on providing electric vehicle and internal combustion engine propulsion solutions, in addition to solving emissions and fuel economy challenges for the world’s leading automotive OEMs. Delphi Technologies also provides leading aftermarket service solutions for the replacement market. With headquarters in London, U.K., Delphi Technologies operates technical centers, manufacturing sites and customer support services in 24 countries.

Visit www.delphi.com.

About the SMT Solutions segment within the ASM Pacific Technology Group

The mission of the SMT Solutions segment within the AMS Pacific Technology Group (ASMPT) is to implement and support the smart SMT factory at electronics manufacturers worldwide.

ASM solutions such as SIPLACE placement systems and DEK printing systems support the networking, automation and optimization of central workflows with hardware, software and services that enable electronics manufacturers to transition to the smart SMT factory in stages and enjoy dramatic improvements in productivity, flexibility and quality.

Since maintaining close relationships with customers and partners is a central component of ASM’s strategy, the company has established the SMT Smart Network as a global forum for the active exchange of information between and with smart champions. In addition to being a founding member of the ADAMOS joint venture for the development of an IIoT platform for manufacturing companies, ASM is establishing together with other SMT manufacturers the open HERMES standard as a successor to the SMEMA standard for M2M communication in SMT lines.

For more information about ASM SMT Solutions, visit www.asm-smt.com.

Share

Print


Suggested Items

Recent Advances in X-ray Technology: SMTA Webinar Recap

08/12/2019 | Pete Starkey, I-Connect007
Technical Editor Pete Starkey recently attended a webinar on advances in X-ray technology and its applications in the electronics industry, as presented by Keith Bryant, Chair of SMTA Europe, on behalf of SMTA India. Here are the highlights of the webinar.

Which Matters Most: Unit Cost or Total Cost of Supply?

08/09/2019 | Neil Sharp, JJS Manufacturing
The primary objective for any OEM is to design, manufacture, and deliver high-quality products in the most cost-effective way possible. When demand patterns change, or there is an increase in competition, it can be easy to rely on the calculation of unit cost to relieve the price pressure. But, as many manufacturers are discovering, choosing to base their outsourcing decisions purely on unit cost may not always reap the expected benefits in the long term.

The Exciting Details Behind IPC’s Pledge to America’s Workers

08/07/2019 | Chris Mitchell, IPC VP, Global Government Relations
In the nine months since IPC joined in President Trump’s “Pledge to America’s Workers” and committed to creating 1 million new skilled workforce opportunities over the next five years – a fair question has been asked: Are we taking credit for actions we would have done anyway? Was this motivated by politics?



Copyright © 2019 I-Connect007. All rights reserved.