Bright Machines transformed a manufacturing line in Asia that produces electronics for a leading global telecommunication company. The original assembly and inspection line, responsible for their radio frequency filters (circuits that allow the right signals to pass while cancelling out undesired signals), was manual and labor-intensive, making it difficult to increase production.
With the goals of improving the productivity line rate and control over their manufacturing processes, the company looked for a solution to further automate their line.
Turning to Bright Machines, the manufacturer replaced the assembly process with an automated, software-defined Bright Machines Microfactory to produce radio frequency filters with increased yield and lower defect rates:
It stands as a shining example of intelligence, automation, and efficiency in a facility that manufactures consumer electronics.