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Listing Number: 829
Automatic Optical Inspection
 Low cost, automated
optical inspection system
for a fast, high resolution
production line inspection.
 Markets
 Test & Measurement
 Industrial Processes
 Process control
Problem Solved by the Technology
 The technology enables a high
resolution, high throughput,
automated optical inspection of
products in production line at
much lower cost than existing
 Typical inspection systems
utilize collection of multiple
images with different fields of
view to detect defective
 To gain the high resolution and
throughput, multiple expensive
high resolution cameras with
high pixel rates are needed.
How the Technology Solves the
 High resolution camera and an
image scanning module with
multiple objectives arranged to
each have a field of view
covering a portion of the
inspected article.
 An image selection mirror
sequentially transfers images
from the multiple fields of views
to the camera.
 The images captured by the
camera are processed to detect
defects in the article.
Primary Application
 Inspection of
semiconductor wafers,
electrical devices, solar
panels, flat panel displays
such as LCD, plasma, FET,
and printed circuit boards.
Other Potential Applications
 The technology can be
used to examine both large
and small area articles.
 Inspection and control of
any other production lines
such as aerospace, cars,
medical devices, printing
and web substrates.
Competitive Advantage
 High resolution
 High speed
 Low cost
 Modular
 Easily expanded for
wider substrates
 Bolts onto existing
equipment, or free
Low Cost Advantage
 Multiple objectives shared
by each camera
 Camera is the more
expensive component
High Precision
 Defects as small as 1 micron
can be detected.
 Suitable for minimum
features in the range of ~1
micron to 10’s of microns.
 Well suited for wafers, flat
panel displays, printed circuit
Development Status
 Prototype built and
Intellectual Property Ownership
 IP is owned by the seller.
 There are no known liens
or encumbrances.
Patent Status
 U.S. patents are pending
Deal Structure Sought
 The deal structure
envisaged is the sale of
this technology asset.
 Acquisition in 3 parts:
 Initial acquisition.
 Payment triggered when
patents are issued.
 Royalties on product
 3-5% Royalties
Follow Up
 Please refer to Tynax listing
number: 829 with regard to
this opportunity.
 Inquiries should be directed
 Moshe Sarfaty
 [email protected]
Thank You