Founded in 1986 in Strambino, a small town located in the Canavese district of Italy (long noted for its high concentration of electronic and information technology companies), SEICA has eprogressed from developing its first in-circuit Test system for the domestic electronics industry to become a world leader in Flying Probe and functional test systems. Today Seica is one of the major suppliers of test equipment, with more than 1000 systems installed on five continents.
Over the years the Company has grown up, and now has subsidiaries in France (2000), the United States (2003), China (2004) and Germany (2008), with a global distribution network covering market needs worldwide.
Research and implementation of new technologies
From the beginning Seica has led in innovation, researching and implementing new technologies. In 1994, SEICA was the first European Company to design and manufacture a Flying Probe tester, and in 2003 presented a revolutionary, laser-based selective soldering solution.
The research in new technologies is promptly applied in the development of new products, allowing Seica to offer a widely diverse and flexible portfolio of products. The company, in fact, has 5 different product lines:
- Pilot Line: flying probe test systems
- Valid Line: high performance functional test systems
- BBT Line: Bare board test systems
- Compact Line: In-circuit and functional test systems
- Firefly Line: Laser selective soldering systems
Solutions and systems integrated in a unique platform
All SEICA products are based on its unique hardware and software platform, called VIVA Integrated Platform (VIP). The VIVA software offers a complete set of automated instruments to develop, execute and maintain in-circuit and functional test programs for analog, digital and hybrid boards and the VIP hardware includes integrated, DSP technology, delivering fast, accurate, comprehensive solutions which are extremely cost effective.
Seica’s R&D Team often cooperates with researchers from univerisites such as the Politecnico of Torino to compare its technologies with the latest in engineering innovation.
SEICA SpA Postings
The RAPID Testers Line is a complete test solution for the printed circuit board world wide market. High Speed High Accuracy User Friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) Low Maint...
The new COMPACT Line collects the inheritance and success of the historic line of SEICA in-circuit and functional testers, designed meeting the requirements of the so called “lean production”, with a specific attention to the requir...
Firefly is the selective soldering solution that has been developed to satisfy the ever growing need of modern electronics manufacturing for maximum flexibility, and to address the particular problems related to the introduction of the new lead-fr...
May 24, 2010 | Bernd Hauptmann – Sales Manager Seica Deutschland GmbH
Die echte Integration zwischen ATE Flying Prober und Boundary Scan Tester, vorgestellt von Seica, kombiniert das Beste von beiden Testtechniken und multipliziert die Vorteile für den Anwender....
Jul 22, 2020 | Seica, Inc., a North American subsidiary of Seica S.p.A., will be exhibiting at the 50th anniversary of the Semicon West trade show to be held on July 20 – 23, 2020. This will be a virtual event managed by https://www.semiconwest.org. Attendees can register at this event at the URL listed above and navigate to the Seica, Inc. booth where they will be able to interact with our dedicated team of sales personnel and application engineers.
Jul 22, 2020 | OUR FULL TEST LINE SOLUTION FOR REEL TO REEL MARKET
Jan 15, 2020 | Standard One of a Kind: innovation is truly standard for Seica Inc., and the resulting unique and unusual solutions will be on full display at Apex 2020.
Nov 12, 2019 | Seica Automation will be showcasing their latest board handling and process automation solutions at Productronica 2019 in Hall A3, booth 337.
Aug 27, 2019 | Seica will be exhibiting at the Rosemont, IL Conference and Convention Center on September 24-25 in booth 415. On exhibition will be Seica's new desktop Dragonfly AOI inspection system, which utilizes leading-edge LED technology to perform conformal coat and through-hole-technology inspection, including presence checks of pins and solder, effectively combining two distinct inspection processes in a single machine.
Jul 09, 2019 | Semicon West is being held at the Moscone Center from July 9 – 11 in San Francisco, California. A leading provider of Flying Probe technology, Seica’s newest line of testers brings with it key advances and features required in the semiconductor market.
Jan 27, 2019 | Seica and innovation are a combination that customers worldwide have come to expect. This year at Apex, Seica will be showing the power and performance of the new VIVA Next hardware and software platform in a totally innovative setting: a virtual factory where visitors will be able to explore hands-on, inside and out, Seica’s three new systems: Pilot V8 Next flying probe tester; the fully automated Compact SL Next for in-circuit and functional test; and the Firefly Next, Seica’s cutting-edge, laser-based selective soldering system.
Nov 08, 2018 | Seica and Mentor (A Siemens Business) today announced the availability of a new release of their jointly-developed Test Programming solution. The new release offers advanced Design-for-Test (DFT) capabilities to ensure right-first-time electrical test of PCBs as well as accelerated test programming. Customers using the Seica PILOT family of Flying Probe Testers can now enjoy the industry-leading test flow offered by the integrated solution.
Oct 18, 2018 | This year at electronica Seica will be showing the power and performance of the new VIVA Next hardware and software platform in a totally innovative setting: a virtual factory, where visitors will be able to explore, hands-on, inside and out, Seica's Pilot V8 flying probe tester, as well as view the fully automated Compact SL for in-circuit and functional test and the Firefly Next, Seica's cutting-edge, laser-based selective soldering system.
Oct 11, 2018 | In our new row of Educational Videos, we introduce today the Compact Slim Next> series, a very small (only 300 mm width) yet modular bed of nails tester especially suitable for deployment in as a series of equivalent systems, loaded either manually or via a COBOT solution.