Smart manufacturing is gaining ground as a way of addressing increased market fragmentation for semiconductor companies. However, understanding how and where to implement smart manufacturing can be a daunting prospect. Please join us while we take a deeper dive into some specific use cases that play a critical role in bringing high-performance, reliable and cost-effective products to market faster.
The number is impressive! Twenty-six billion connected devices will exist by 2020, according to Gartner. The challenge is the cost of producing all these devices needs to fall to the point of being incidental during design and manufacturing. This is already having a real impact on the way businesses must adapt to grow and to survive these changes. Semiconductor companies are especially sensitive and as the first tier of supply to their market, they need to anticipate what the market will need way ahead of almost everyone else.
In addition to cost and time pressures, they are also having to shift focus from traditional verticals to compete across new and emerging verticals, like cloud-based computing, artificial intelligence (AI), and self-driving vehicles. The disruption to common practices and methodologies is a real game-changer, but along with the disruption comes new ideas, technologies, and even greater opportunity. Smart manufacturing is gaining ground as a way of addressing this increased market fragmentation for semiconductor companies. However, understanding how and where to implement smart manufacturing in the semiconductor industry can be a daunting prospect.
In this webinar, we'll look more closely at how measuring and evaluating the right metrics in manufacturing can uncover the root cause of defects, predict imminent failures and locate inefficiencies in processes. Continuous improvement is the goal of every business, and analytics-driven insights play a critical role in bringing high-performance, reliable and cost-effective products to market faster. Without it, it's anybody's guess where improvements are needed.
Please join us while we take a deeper dive into some of the new and fascinating technological advances that are transforming the semiconductor industry.
Director for Semiconductor Industry Services