Mycronic regularly collaborates with local universities around the world. And we support initiatives that encourage young people to choose careers in engineering. These activities increase Mycronic’s visibility in the local community with the aim to encourage more youth to engineering careers.
The growing use of electronics increases the carbon footprint of the electronic industry’s value chain. For Mycronic, while this is a challenge that must be addressed, it is also an opportunity, as we can be an enabler for cutting emissions in the sector.
The ability of manufacturing systems to predict and adapt to unforeseen situations, often referred to as Artiﬁcial intelligence (AI), promises to revolutionize the electronics assembly market. In a period of just ﬁve to ten years, deep learning researchers at Mycronic predict a highly automated SMT environment approaching zero defects with little to no human intervention.
Innovation is in our DNA, and being innovative means daring to enter uncharted territory. In January 2022, Mycronic launched its Sustainable Innovation Fund. Mycronic already invests 12 percent of its revenues in R&D and with this fund we will expand our investments even more.
Electronics hold the potential to support societies in becoming more sustainable and advanced. At the same time, their production and usage involve a range of environmental and social challenges that must be addressed. Mycronic’s firm intention is to contribute to a clean, responsible and profitable electronics industry.
In the outskirts of Stockholm lies the corporate office of Mycronic. Inside the industrial building, CEO Anders Lindqvist leads a dedicated team of engineers, located all over the world, in bringing tomorrow’s electronics to life. As a global supplier of high precision production equipment, Mycronic is committed to extending the frontiers of technology.