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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

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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