Seica strives to respond to customer’s needs with a wide range of test systems divided into five lines:
Each system has its own characteristics that meet all kind of market challenges. All the systems have one thing in common: the same testing hardware platform and the same software management. This is Seica’s historical strategy, this is why Seica started as a little “testing house” and today is a worldwide ATE system manufacturer with subsidiaries in Europe, USA and Asia with over 600 installed systems.
A unique hardware/software platform has these advantages:
The combination of different methods into one unique test program (for example in-circuit and functional test) for the testing optimisation of very complex products or for the use of test systems for products that have different requirements and different production volumes makes it possible to migrate test programs to different systems, passing from prototype testing to high volumes testing without any further program development (for example migration from flying probes to bed of nails systems).
The systems are completely modular so they can be updated periodically with new performances without becoming obsolete and always guaranteeing a good commercial value. The customer can easily manage the systems; after the purchase of the first system the training hours are minimized. Enhancement of performances of one particular system can benefit the hardware/software updates initially studied for other machines (we must keep in mind Seica’s experience in loaded boards testing transferred to bare board testing and vice versa).