Machine connectivity is the critical first step

Collaborating to support CFX and enable the connected factory

Cogiscan Inc., a provider of Track, Trace and Control (TTC) solutions for the electronics manufacturing industry, and Juki Automation Systems (JAS), Inc., a provider of automated assembly products and systems, are pleased to announce a new milestone in their long-term collaboration.

Juki will utilize Cogiscan’s Co-Nect machine interface for their customers that require industry standard connectivity protocols including CAMX, SECS/GEM and the upcoming CFX.

Bill Astle, President & CEO, commented on this announcement: “Juki has been a great innovator and respected market leader for many years in the global SMT market. We’re inspired by our customers’ beneficial pursuit of the quickly emerging Industry 4.0, and we understand that machine connectivity is the critical first step to achieving a smart factory. Cogiscan has been a trusted partner for many years, and their platform enables us to support multiple protocols, and machines in our product portfolio. Once CFX is officially released, we will be able to support it from day one.”

“Cogiscan is extremely proud of our long-term partnership with Juki,” said Mitch DeCaire, Global Director – Equipment Partnerships. “The fact that an industry leader like Juki relies on our software to fulfil their customer connectivity requirements is a strong testament to our competitive edge and superior technology in this area.”

www.cogiscan.com; www.jukiamericas.com

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