November 16, 2010 | 0 Comments
Crossing Automation installed a comprehensive material tracking system, consisting of its Auto ID and automated tracking system (ATS) software, Smart Storage asset tracking and Smart Storage racks, at a major Taiwanese solar cell manufacturer.
(November 16, 2010) -- Crossing Automation Inc., automation and engineering products supplier, installed a comprehensive material tracking system, consisting of its Auto ID and automated tracking system (ATS) software, Smart Storage asset tracking and Smart Storage racks, at a major Taiwanese solar cell manufacturer. The order demonstrates where Crossing’s processes for automated materials movement in semiconductor manufacturing can be applied to increase production efficiency in related markets.
"The PV solar space is one industry where we see significant potential for materials handling automation. We have been actively engaged in discussions with PV manufacturers to better understand and define the technology needed in the solar market and its match to our capability set. This order is a direct result of this collaboration and we are very encouraged about the opportunities available to us going forward in this growing market," said May Su, VP of product marketing at Crossing Automation.
"Our RFID tracking technology and ATS software provided an ideal insertion point into solar manufacturing as most solar facilities rely on passive barcodes," continued Su. "Crossing can deliver a complete history of materials being tracked and allow for dynamic real-time updates. With RFID’s proven track record of preventing misprocessing and allowing for data mining to improve yields, it brings clear benefits to solar cell manufacturers and has already demonstrated its value in the current installation."
Crossing Automation supplies efficient, cost-effective vacuum and atmospheric automation solutions, materials tracking and engineering services to high-volume semiconductor equipment manufacturers, IC, LED and solar manufacturers and other adjacent markets. Learn more at www.crossinginc.com.
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