ViTrox Participation at Electronics Manufacturing Expo Asia (EMAX) 2020 Virtual Expo


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ViTrox Technologies, an innovative, advanced and cost-effective automated 3D Machine Vision inspection solution provider for the semiconductor and electronics packaging industries, announces its participation at the Electronics Manufacturing Expo Asia (EMAX) 2020 virtual expo, in-conjunction with Asia Manufacturing Expo (AMAX) 2020 during 7th - 9th December 2020.

ViTrox will  be presenting the Industry 4.0 Smart Solution V-ONE in EMAX 2020. Participants will have the opportunity to explore V-ONE during the event from 10 AM to 6 PM (Malaysia GMT+8). Throughout the event, participants will be able to explore more solution insights through accessing the 3-days live exhibition and conference program. Additionally, participants will be able to network with ViTrox experts via live chat (private appointment arrangement is available as well) through the live exhibition. Meanwhile, there will also be a technical sharing of “Industry 4.0 and IoT” presented by ViTrox expert - Gary Leong (Director of Industry 4.0 and Ecosystem Development) on 8th December 2020 starting at 4:30 PM.

By taking the journey with ViTrox, visitors will be able to learn further about the Industry 4.0 Smart Solution V-ONE and its various revolutionary features. V-ONE is designed for supporting users with insightful analytics on a real-time basis. Users can easily utilize the system and its innovative features, such as data analysis, status monitoring, alert plan features, maintenance ticketing and the completely configurable dashboard with the built-in machine learning tools. Overall, V-ONE emphasizes on connect, visualize and proact to fulfil the manufacturing needs and assist the business to embark on the journey towards digital twin in the manufacturing industry.

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