The aerospace industry is one of the chief end-users of automated optical inspection systems market due to rapidly growing demand for cutting-edge weapon machinery and reliable and accurate equipment controllers. A material fault and weakness could lead to destructive results for people commuting through airlines as well as the ones in close proximity, eventually leading to a high death toll and loss of millions of dollars.
The global automated optical inspection systems market has been touted to receive a commendable boost from the escalating demand for advanced printed circuit boards (PCBs) & surface mounted technology (SMT) in several consumer electronic products. Advanced electronic devices and machines seemingly require high-performance, high-efficient, tested PCBs to meet the manufacturing and safety standards, which is fulfilled by the deployment of automated optical inspection systems. These systems also bring forth tactical advantages to electronics manufacturers with fast, automated, cost-effective inspections before undergoing assembly procedures.
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Reportedly, AOI systems are one of the fastest growing product verticals in the electronics manufacturing industry. The product has achieved unprecedented growth because of its affordability and efficiency. Undoubtedly, the driving force behind the AOI’s revolution is human inefficiency. Human quality inspectors unintendedly make errors, which is evident by the high rate of returned materials, post human inspection. Moreover, ever shrinking component packages have made it virtually impossible to inspect for manufacturing defects with the naked eye. i.e. 0.3mm (12 mil) pitch QFP’s, 0402’s, 0201’s, 01005’s etc., eventually making manual inspection a really slow and time-consuming process.
On account of the limitations of time and money, manufacturers often face difficulties in developing high-quality printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs). In a bid to tackle the rising trends of component miniaturization and lower profit margins, PCB manufacturers are adopting automated optical inspection systems to achieve consistently high quality on a budget. Unlike manual visual inspection, AOI is fast, accurate, repeatable, and automated, identifies more defects and increases manufacturers’ yield of good boards. In addition, automated optical inspection also produces measurement and attributes data for statistical process control and analysis, offering information needed for constant process improvement to eliminate defects before they occur, factors that encourage manufacturers to adopt AOI to compete in the intensively fierce electronics market.
The U.S. covers a significant proportion of automated optical inspection systems market share due to the adoption of technical advancements across all manufacturing sectors. The presence of numerous safety and obligatory inspection standards for machinery production in the region also accounts for the expansion of this industry.
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Incidentally, the consumption of automotive and electronic products is more in the U.S. as compared to other regions due to high disposable incomes and increased affordability. Aided by the rising concerns for the development of safe, high quality electronic components and the demand by PCB manufacturers for systems equipped with advanced features such as quick fault detection, PCB production line analysis, and 3D images, U.S. automated optical inspection systems market share is certain to depict an upsurge in the years ahead. Indeed, powered by the U.S. being a major regional contributor, North America has been touted to account for a significant 30% of automated optical inspection systems market share by 2024.
The leading players in the automated optical inspection systems market are Nordson Corporation, AOI Systems, Saki Corporation, CyberOptics Corporation, Viscom AG, Machine Vision Products, Omron Corporation, Kurtz Ersa, and Koh Young Technology