CAMERA MODULE ALIGNMENT ASSEMBLY & TEST AUTOMATION CUTS TIME TO MARKET FOR ULTRA-SMALL FORMAT MOBILE PHONE CAMERAS
Barcelona, Spain — February 25, 2012 — Automation Engineering Incorporated (AEi), a global supplier of high precision automation systems, demonstrates how its CMAT (Camera Module Align, Assembly, and Test) flexible automation platform speeds time to market for ultra-small format mobile phone cameras at Mobile World Congress 2012. AEi developed CMAT to support customers’ alignment, testing and assembly of digital camera modules and sensors in mobile devices. Leading manufacturers use CMAT as a common platform for both new product development and full-scale production deployment. With its five and six degree of freedom active alignment capability, AEi’s CMAT produces ultra-small format cameras with sensor resolutions up to 16 megapixels. Learn more about CMAT in booth 1J32, Hall 1 at Mobile World Congress, February 27 – March 1, Fira de Barcelona, Barcelona Spain.
According to AEi Chief Technology Officer Andre By, “We are pleased to attend Mobile World Congress for the fourth year in a row. Each year at the conference, we meet new customers who need a highly flexible and precise automation platform that can used for both product development and mass production needs. AEi’s CMAT stations are ideally suited for these purposes — increasing product performance and lowering product cost,” concluded By.
AEi is a leading supplier of high-precision, flexible automation systems across the optoelectronics, medical devices, consumer products, mobile phones, aerospace & defense, and other worldwide markets. AEi provides comprehensive design for manufacturing, process development, and pre-production build services, in addition to complete turnkey automated manufacturing stations and lines. For more information on AEi’s precision automation systems, visit http://www.aeiboston.com.