JM Vistec System maps partners products to the right customers. With the extended capabilities of its sales and technical teams, it acts as a vehicle to speedup market penetration and sales, gaining market share quickly to preempt competition for its partners, supporting them with a broader geographical coverage and greater brand recognition. The semiconductor and electronics industry where JM Vistec Systems’s main focus lies, is globally being driven by the rising demand for IT hardware, office automation products and consumer electronics products such as mobile phones and automotive products.
JM Vistec System captures the industry pulse and analyze in depth from all influencing elements (eg. market sizes, revenue forecasts, value chain, market and product trends, price trends and regulations, competitive landscape, leading players, their key developments, strategy and profile) to access the insights for strategizing, planning and execution in order to sustain its market competitiveness. As the worldwide technology trend towards mobility, electronic equipment production is going through progressive transfer of locality; it fuels the exponential growth of the semiconductors industry in China, Taiwan, Malaysia and Thailand. JM Vistec System had anticipated these market movements since years back, thus setting up branches and sales offices in these countries to broaden its market coverage across the regions.
Autofocus feature is prevalent in the common DSLR or consumer digital electronics. Contrary to popular belief, automation has yet to be fully automated. We have taken the next step closer to Industrial4.0 or Factory of the Future. This led to our in-house development of autofocusing calibration SDK designed exclusively for industrial applications.
Harnessing this technology opens up countless new possibilities within industrial machine vision, robotics, traffic management, high-end surveillance and even in the digital broadcast and film industry.
Wafer and Mask Inspection for Quality Control
In semiconductor manufacturing, yield drives costs, so manufacturers inspect products at many points between bare wafers and packaged ICs, seeking to identify defects as soon as possible. As lithography geometries shrink, inspection systems need to be able to resolve defects on progressively deeper sub-micron scales (eg. 45nm, 32nm, 22nm…). In the highest-performance situations, the features are so small that visible light can no longer resolve them, and inspection systems must use deep ultraviolet (DUV) wavelengths for illumination
The key is always to capture yield-limiting defects while reducing the overall time for inspection. The trend is towards more points of inspection, which means inspection system throughput becomes vital; the imaging systems must provide ever-higher speed and resolution, often in the gigapixel throughput range. Every increase in speed also reduces the exposure period (and the number of photons available), so imagers must also deliver regular increases in sensitivity, and not just in the visible range. DUV imaging usually requires backside thinned (BST) imagers to maximize quantum efficiency (QE). But whatever the wavelength, as cameras increase performance, all downstream components must also deliver more performance to turn camera data into the information manufacturers need to take action.
Food and Packaging Inspection
Food and packaging inspection, including inspection, measurement, or counting of bottles, cans, containers, labels, foods, pills, and more, offers different challenges than electronics or semiconductor inspection. It is important to find all the dead pixels in a flat panel television, but it is vital that the labels on your prescription medicine are accurate and legible, and that food containers are free of contaminants before filling and properly sealed afterwards. Industrial machine vision plays an important role in quality control for many foods and pharmaceuticals. Color imaging, which is not necessary for many industrial applications, can become very important in food inspection, as it is often necessary to judge ripeness or “doneness.”
Inspection and verification of Electronic Assemblies
To keep pace with shrinking geometries, machine vision inspection systems can deliver the image resolution and processing performance required for high-speed component and assembly verification in the Electronics industry. These demanding applications involve machine inspection at multiple stages in the manufacturing process, from part selection and assembly to final verification and tracking. Every part, every connection, every assembly, and every package needs to be verified to ensure the highest quality product.
Machine Vision of Automotive Manufacturing
Automotive subassemblies are often produced in very high volumes making human assembly and verification impractical. Today’s assembly lines utilize the latest in automation technology to meet throughput and ensure manufacturing quality. At the same time, automotive suppliers have to maintain flexibility in their manufacturing processes to accomodate small or large assembly changes associated with different makes and models of cars. For these demanding applications, machine vision systems are widely used to guide robots, track parts and verify every step of the evolving assembly process.
Industrial X-Ray for non-destructive testing
Non-destructive testing is extremely valuable for evaluation, troubleshooting, research, and quality control in science and industry, and X-ray imaging is an important NDT technique for products including circuit boards, concrete, metal parts and assemblies.