Vayo Attended SMTconnect Show
SMTconnect and PCIM Europe have been held in Nuremberg, Germany from May 7 to 9, 2019. As the only event in Europe that brings together people and technologies from the areas of development, production, services and applications in connection with microelectronics assemblies and systems.
Vayo participated in the event and got a big success. Vayo showed next generation DFM/DFA solution, which allow you simulate assembled PCBA and generate unique 3D report.
Stencil quality impact a lot to soldering quality, an automatic stencil design tool allow you to build in-house capability quickly, stabilize stencil quality, and enable the possibility for continue improvement & transfer knowledge.
Rapid new product launch brings the challenge for new product introduction, it increase the business risk of wrong polarity, which caused by human confirmation programming approach; it is time to move for intelligent pick&place programming approach so as to minimize business risk and double the program outputs.
A test strategy report (defects coverage estimate for major test & inspection approaches) shall allow you to better justify the combined test approach for your new product, or demonstrate advanced DFT capability to your clients. You shouldn’t miss the most simple & effective solution for a test strategy report generation.
Vayo (Shanghai) Technology Co., Ltd., a highly innovative & software technology enterprise, dedicates to intelligent NPI software solutions for electronics industry from design to manufacturing stages. With 14 years of dedication, Vayo owns comprehensive NPI software products (intelligent DFM/DFA analysis, stencil design automation, smart pick&place programming, intelligent testing analysis & ICT/FP/AXI/AOI program generation, visual aids work instruction document, board viewer and repair tool, Gerber data view & conversion, …), and awarded patents certification from US, Japan & China. Vayo products are recognized by leading companies like Intel/GE/Bosch/Flex/Jabil/Venture and installed in more than 20 countries worldwide.