Power Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing 4.0

Power Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing 4.0

By advancing European electronic components and systems manufacturing to “Smart Sustainable and Integrated Production”,  SemI40 will focus on two domains of the key enabling technologies, “smart production” and “cyber physical production system” made in Europe. Enhancing the capabilities of the European actors across the supply chain boosted by the leading semiconductor suppliers for power semiconductor devices will lead to a major step towards the fulfillment of the microelectronic strategy of the European Commission. “I4.0” or “the Industrial Internet” also in the electronics area requires holistic and very complex activities. In order to setup an efficient project, the SemI40 Consortium has to sharply focus the commitments given by this project proposal. The following main work areas covered by the annual work program 2015 have been identified:

›Safe secure and authenticated data communication within and outside of manufacturing plants ›Agile Facility, fast reconfiguration and controlling of logistic processes and automated experiments ›Tools and methodologies for automated decision making in manufacturing shop floor, based on big data analysis methods ›Methodologies for large nonlinear Fab simulation and model optimization by complexity reduction, ›Complemented by selected use cases representing supply chains to sustainably improve competitiveness of the partners in the consortia
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Web resources: http://www.semi40.eu
Start date: 01-05-2016
End date: 30-04-2019
Total budget - Public funding: 61 996 673,00 Euro - 12 227 385,00 Euro
Call topic: ECSEL-14-2015 (ECSEL-14-2015)
Instrument: Collaborative project (generic)
    Comment: “A new product is a good or service introduced to the market or to the company/organization that is new or significantly improved with respect to its capabilities, user friendliness, components or sub-systems. In Semi40 project a good or product is usually a tangible object such as a software, hardware components, and improved wafers, test solutions for manufacturing processes, new automation concepts or management tools. A service is usually intangible, such as retailing, insurance, educational courses, air travel, consulting, etc. The project focuses on new products and services, listed in the table below.”