Equipment Information Bridge (EIB) provides Interface A / (EDA) capabilities for equipment automation (E120, E121, E125, E128, E132, E134, E138, and E145). Implementation of EIB is independent of your choice of SECS/GEM connectivity products.
Implement all SEMI 300mm factory automation software standards E39, E40, E84, E87, E90, E94, E116 along with the required SECS/GEM interface. Integrates with any Windows-based equipment control system.
NexEDA combines the reliable SECS/GEM connectivity of GEMGW and 300mm automation capabilities of ConX300 with the powerful Interface A (EDA) capabilities of EIB, all in a .NET environment.
Implement a reliable, standards-compliant GEM (E30) in any Windows, or Linux equipment control system. GWGEM is the SECS/GEM software market leader with over 40,000 licenses shipped.
Quickly add a SECS/GEM (E30) interface to any OPC-based equipment controller. Rapidly configure GEM4Tools for equipment controllers based on Wonderware (InTouch), Siemens (CIMATIC), National Instruments (LabView), Rockwell (RSView), and GE (Cimplicity) or any other OPC-based control system that requires a SECS/GEM interface.
SDR enables equipment manufacturers of semiconductor, solar, LED and other high-technology equipment to implement reliable SECS I and SECS II communications on any Windows, Linux or Solaris controller. SDR is the market leader with over 60,000 licenses shipped.
Equipment Information Bridge (EIB) is a multi-protocol (e.g. SECS/GEM, OPC, etc.), multi-connection server that provides concurrent access to manufacturing equipment and data delivery to factory applications such as EDA, APC and station controllers.
SECS4Hosts is a configurable SECS/GEM software development environment for building mission-critical, Windows-based host applications. Use the table-driven, GUI environment to quickly and easily create SECS-based equipment interfaces.
Plex4SECS is a Windows-based, software-only, multiplexer that enables multiple SECS/GEM hosts to communicate with a single tool. Collect additional data from equipment without affecting existing station controller and lot processing applications.
SDR provides SECS I and SECS II communications for SECS/GEM-based high-technology companies that build their own factory automation applications. Running on Windows, Linux, or Solaris, SDR can communicate to any SECS/GEM equipment.