Koh Young to Discuss Digital Twin & Establishing a DFM Strategy

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Koh Young, the industry leader in True3D measurement-based inspection solutions, will participate in a free panel discussion with other industry experts on establishing a Design for Manufacturing strategy with a digital twin on Tuesday, 22 March 2022 at 10:30 AM EST. Register today to secure your seat in the virtual event and understand the importance of a digital twin in a smart factory.

Koh Young pioneered True3D Inspection technology over 20 years ago with the goal to create a zero-defect future. Today, our systems use our proprietary AI engine and deep machine learning to convert measurement data and inspection results into knowledge and autonomous adjustments.

The use of digital twin as a tool to digitally map your board design, materials, and processes helps reduce design turns and the time for NPI to reach production. It collates information from a real-world counterpart and then simulates the physical object in real-time while offering insights into performance and issues. This panel will discuss tips on how to optimize the process using digital twins. During the panel, a group of experts, including Ivan Aduna, the Global MES Lead at Koh Young, will provide their insights with application examples.

“Koh Young passionately believes in the power of a smart factory and the internet of things (Industry 4.0). By producing a replica of the product, a digital twin helps the engineer analyze data, in turn creating a platform to develop and refine a solution for potential problems,” comments Ivan Aduna, Koh Young Global MES Leader. “The digital twin uses real-world data to create simulations to predict how a product or process will perform. These programs can integrate the internet of things (Industry 4.0), artificial intelligence, and software analytics to enhance the output. In short, manufacturers using digital twins to augment processes will decrease costs, monitor products, and reduce downtime.

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