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Infineon upgrades its Singapore plant into smart factory

By leveraging automation, digitalisation and data exchange, repetitive, non value-added tasks are eliminated
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 05:50

Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific president Andrew Chong says smart manufacturing has changed workers' job scopes. They now have to be able to trouble shoot and operate man-machine interfaces.


GERMAN semiconductor giant Infineon Technologies is spending 70 million euros (S$105.2 million) in the five years to 2021 to develop a "smart factory" at its backend manufacturing plant in Singapore.

The plant will develop a smart enterprise programme entailing digital,

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