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.