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Nanotronics is an advanced machines and intelligence company that helps customers across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors solve for the unique inspection and process control challenges of precision manufacturing.
A leading developer of optical inspection tools for the semiconductor industry, Nanotronics uses hardware and software to provide industrial-scale, high-throughput, super imaging systems. Deployed across fifteen countries and industry agnostic, Nanotronics works across Capital Intensive Industries, from aerospace, to electronics, to healthcare, to drive up yield, reduce footprint and waste, lower costs, and speed up design iteration, while eliminating laborious manual inspections.
Nanotronics’ sophisticated AI system correlates data points into actionable insights for manufacturers to correct for flaws in the production process while also predicting future errors. This results in an autonomous factory that is operating on autopilot to drive-up yields, decrease waste, and encourage implementation of ESG standards.
Nanotronics helps customers bring lab experimentation and R&D innovation to scalable business solutions.
Zaptic provides a connected worker platform for job instruction and collaboration for frontline teams, and a no-code toolkit designed to accelerate digital transformation of daily operations.
Our mission is to improve the lives of frontline workers, by supporting safety, autonomy, productivity and continuous learning in frontline jobs.
Using Zaptic, global manufacturing and service organisations are closing an industry 4.0 blindspot by moving daily operations out of spreadsheets, paper and tribal knowledge.
Companies such as Carlsberg, Hovis, Celgard, Solenis and Monster are using zaptic to not only unlock measurable improvements in productivity, quality and safety, but also enable a smooth transfer of knowledge between the retiring and new generation of workers to improve market resiliency.