Vinnova has recently decided to grant new research funding to a project that addresses a significant problem of how to do automatic error analysis of microelectronics. Together with industry experts, the project will use existing fault analysis data, images and analysis reports, from databases to build an application that can automatically analyze and present possible faults.
The project goes under the title 'EUREKA Xces Call 2023' and has been granted an amount of roughly 8 million over the course of 3 years. It is a collaboration between Gimic, Rise, Ericsson, Infineon Technologies and Alstom Rail who will contribute their knowledge and production data.
"It is excellent that we get to continue our work in electronics inspection. A big milestone for us at Gimic" says Marcus Nilsson, CTO Gimic.
The project, according to Vinnova, seems to be relevant in Swedish society and innovative in the categories of digital transformation and sustainable industry.
For more information, contact:
Henrik Arvsell, VD Gimic AB
+ (46) 72-585 56 05
Michelle Bergström, Marknad Gimic AB
+ (46) 73-500 25 57
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