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Si Automation to supply FDC technology to ST

IC fault detection and classification (FDC) technology supplier Si Automation (SiA) has signed a three-year contract with STMicroelectronics’ 200mm site in Crolles, France. The ST site consists of an integrated facility with R&D, pilot production and volume manufacturing. The leading-edge technologies developed at Crolles are deployed in ST’s other fabs.
IC fault detection and classification (FDC) technology supplier Si Automation (SiA) has signed a three-year contract with STMicroelectronics’ 200mm site in Crolles, France. The ST site consists of an integrated facility with R&D, pilot production and volume manufacturing. The leading-edge technologies developed at Crolles are deployed in ST’s other fabs.

The deal will deploy Si Automation’s FDC solution Maestria fab wide and provide data management capabilities. STMicroelectronics will use the SiA FDC Solution for advanced equipment control (AEC) to monitor the health of the tool, to reduce process and tool variability and to correlate process data to yields.

Maestria is a comprehensive software suite and methodology to enable increased operating equipment effectivity (OEE) and enhanced yield. It features multivariate fault detection algorithms and classification capabilities to rapidly identify the root cause of anomalies.

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