Manufacturing

Automated optical inspection brings next-generation machine learning technology to the factory floor by combining AI, computer vision, robotics, and microscopy to identify flaws and anomalies in the precision manufacturing process. Nanotronics’ flagship product, nSpec, uses hardware and software solutions to synthesize human ingenuity with automated microscopy to produce high-quality results, increasing yields for customers and eliminating laborious manual inspection procedures.

Semiconductors

Semiconductor Inspection

The compact and modular nSpec system is used across the globe to inspect wafers at every step of the manufacturing process from bare wafers through post dicing and packaging. nSpec software and hardware solutions are configurable to customer specifications enabling recognition, classification, and measurement of nanoscopic flaws for real-time correction within production processes – at a fraction of the cost.

Advanced Materials

Advanced Materials

Nanotronics’ advanced machines and intelligence platform is used within chemical plants, polymer labs, battery production, and graphene production facilities to produce highly repeatable results using AI, super-resolution imagining, and automation.

Consumer Electronics

Consumer Electronics

nSpec is integrated throughout the supply chain for various consumer electronics. The platform can inspect displays, screens, smartphone casings, and wearable electronics. For example, a smartphone manufacturer uses nSpec throughout their supply chain and in multiple factories to inspect glass, camera sensors, LEDs, batteries, processing chips, and the film backing for the screen. 

Automotive

Automotive

The rise of alternative energy has spearheaded global innovation for electric vehicles. By 2040, nearly all new vehicles sold will be electric vehicles. nSpec is used to inspect automotive displays, tires, batteries, sensors, LEDs, LiDAR, and the power conversion chips that are integrated within electric and autonomous vehicles.