Design and Implementation of an Automatic Production and Scheduling System for IC Package/Testing Industry
|關鍵字:||生產排程系統;生產模擬;多變樣規則;IC 封裝;IC 測試;automatic production and scheduling system;production simulation;diversity;IC Package;IC Testing|
Due to the influence of worldwide depression and the increased labor cost, the degree of factory automation has become an important index for the enterprise competition. Semiconductor industry in the Hsinchu Science-Based Industrial Park, Silicon Valley in Taiwan, is absolutely a great boost to the economy development during the past ten years. However, as the semiconductor industry steps into the mature cycle gradually, we have to accept the diverse-production patterns with flexibility to maintain the enterprise competition. In particular, IC package/testing enterprise features flexible and diverse production mechanism and therefore it reveals the importance of setting up the information infrastructure of the IC package/testing production and scheduling system. The research adopts automatic information technology and the concept of object orientation programming, and uses the latest software developing tools, which leads to the framework of our systems majoring in package/testing. With this research, we can build a production and scheduling system that meets the needs of a specific company. After analyzing the deficiencies of our legacy system and integrating the Turn Key Service of package/testing, we streamline the new system to attain the goals of implementing simply-defined processes, flexible production data entry and transition interface, optimized production schedule, rapid report generation, emergency managements and performance management, and those are the solutions to the problems the package/testing enterprise faces at present stage. In addition, applying the production scheduling to the production planning of the IC package/testing factories can help enterprise production units take advantage of their own merits, and offload employee’s burdens and lower the difficulty of experience delivery.
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