Autonomous Integrated Scheduling for Semiconductor Industry
Digitalisation is driving increased demand for microchips and shortening the product lifecycle and the high variety of customer specific devices leads to a growing need for high-mix low-volume (HMLV) semiconductor production. The project AISSI - Autonomous Integrated Scheduling for Semiconductor Industry - proposes to source and develop, integrate and apply novel AI-based approaches. By applying reinforcement learning in a continual improvement framework for autonomous, integrated production and maintenance scheduling, competition can be outperformed in terms of efficiency and cost effectiveness.
>3.4 Mio. €
Simulated area throughput
Simulated area WIP level
Compliance to scheduling results
Cycle Time variability
06/2023 – Reutlingen Workshop
After two successful years working together, the AISSI project partners met for a whole week at Robert Bosch GmbH Reutlingen's premises for a workshop on the 19th of June.
04/2023 – KotlinConf’23. Amsterdam
KotlinConf’23 Amsterdam was held from April 12th to 15th. Holger Brandl (SYSTEMA GmbH) presented some results of our joint research in the AISSI project.
01/2023 – 20th Innovation Forum for Automation
The 20th Automation Network Dresden was held on January 26th and 27th in Dresden. Holger Brandl (SYSTEMA GmbH) presented some results of our joint research in the AISSI project.