Release of Inspection tool 5.4 + new neural network

AgnosPCB inspection tool 5.4

We’re excited to share the news about the release of AgnosPCB Inspection Software Version 5.4 and Neural Network architecture v36. Our team has been working hard to make improvements that will help our users with their PCB inspection process.


A significant reason to update to Version 5.4 is the integration of a new neural network, which greatly enhances the software’s capabilities. This helps in achieving better inspection results, making it crucial for users to upgrade.


AgnosPCB 5.4 also includes a barcode scanner integration, which will make it easier to scan PCB barcodes and reduce manual data entry. This should help save time and minimize errors.


Furthermore, you can now generate PDF reports for each inspection, providing an overview of the results. Users can share these reports with others as needed, making communication more efficient. The PDF report files can contain the code read from the barcodes, making the identification of the inspection quick and easy. All detected errors are displayed in the report, as well as their location on the PCBA.


We’ve introduced other key improvements in this version:

    1. Improved Auto-crop: We’ve enhanced the auto-crop feature to provide more accurate and precise cropping of PCB images. This improvement allows for better analysis and inspection of your PCBs.

    1. Better Camera Control: The enhanced camera settings provide better image quality and make it easier to detect any potential issues.

NOTE: the PDF report creation and Barcode features are only available for AgnosPCB clients with SILVER+ and above subscription plans. If you have any question about your subscription plan, please contact us.




If you want to upgrade your AgnosPCB OFFLINE unit with the latest inspection tool software and neural network architecture, contact us


We have developed a new inspection platform almost entirely from scratch. This platform improves the distribution of light coming from the lateral sources. It’s more robust and is shipped to our customers fully assembled. This saves time and hassle during assembly once it’s taken out of the box.

With these new features and improvements, AgnosPCB Inspection Software Version 5.4 aims to be a valuable tool for your PCB inspections. We appreciate your support and look forward to continuing to enhance our software to meet your needs. Give AgnosPCB 5.4 a try, and let us know what you think!


We have reached version 36 of our set of neural networks working in parallel. The new version of our neural network offers significant advantages, detecting errors more accurately and rapidly than previous versions. This improvement enhances the overall efficiency and reliability of our system.
For our ONLINE clients, this advancement is immediately available (by 17th, May), providing an instant upgrade to ONLINE systems. Our OFFLINE customers also have access to this improved technology; however, they will need to contact us to get the update.

100K inspections reached

Today, we are proud to announce that AgnosPCB has reached a significant milestone by performing 100,000 inspections with it ONLINE service*. This outstanding achievement is a testament to our commitment to delivering high-quality services and delivering results that meet the expectations of our clients.

* OFFLINE AOI and API users are not taken into account

 This milestone would not have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our team, who work tirelessly to ensure that every inspection is performed to the highest standards. 

We would like to express our gratitude to all of our clients and partners for their support and trust in us. We are dedicated to continuing our journey towards excellence. 

Thank you all!



It was an honour to showcase our products and connect with industry professionals. 

We were thrilled to share our innovations and engage with attendees, and it was truly a privilege to be a part of such a dynamic and exciting event. The APEX 2023 platform provided us with a great opportunity to network and spread awareness about our brand. 

Additionally, we would like to express our gratitude for the well-organized and successful event. The attendees were highly engaged and showed a genuine interest in AgnosPCB. We made valuable connections and look forward to potential partnerships in the future. 

Thank you all for visiting us! 

AgnosPCB Team


AgnosPCB at IPC APEX EXPO 2023

AgnosPCB will showcase its latest neural network powered AOI systems in IPC APEX EXPO 2023

AgnosPCB, award-winning artificial intelligence powered AOI manufacturer, is excited to announce its participation in the upcoming IPC APEX EXPO 2023 event. This premier industry event will take place from January 23rd to 26th, in San Diego, California, and will bring together some of the most innovative and influential companies in the electronic manufacturing industry.

At the event, AgnosPCB will showcase its latest neural network powered AOI systems. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet with members of the AgnosPCB team and learn more about the company’s commitment to quality and innovation.

AgnosPCB AOI units will be available there for attendees to use and check their speed and detection capabilities.

We look forward to meeting with our current and potential customers, partners, and other industry experts at the event and showcase our latest capabilities.

If you’re planning to attend the IPC APEX EXPO 2023, be sure to stop by the AgnosPCB booth (3221) and see the latest in AOI technology. We look forward to seeing you there!


AgnosPCB is part of the cluster of companies that aims to attract development funds from the European PERTE plan

The Canary Islands attract investment from Perte Chip
AgnosPCB presentation Dec 2022

The Canary Islands government plans to approve its CanaryChip strategy in the coming weeks in order to attract investments from the European Union Perte Chip program, approved by the Spanish government in May 2021 and which aims to mobilize public investment of 12.250 million.


The Canarian Executive says that the autonomous community has a very good technological, logistical and connectivity ecosystem to participate in this Strategic Project for the Recovery and Economic Transformation of Microelectronics and Semiconductors. They also plan to exploit the highly favorable tax regime for investors, which encourages innovation and applies various tax exemptions.


The Canary Islands Special Zone (ZEC), established in 1998 as a Ultra Peripheral Region (RUP) and reinforced by the Lisbon and Amsterdam treaties, presents the best tax regime for EU companies, 4%, and also enables access to specially favorable tax deductions in the R&D field. The ZEC also allows access to instruments such as the Canary Investments Reserve (RIC), which is being used successfully by the audiovisual sector, and multiple exemptions in direct taxation (for job creation, capital expansion, acquisition of goods for investments, etc.). In addition, the taxation of dividends is flexible, according to the Canary Islands government, which allows for taxation in Spain or at the origin of the investor.

In the context of attracting investments in the chip sector, it is important to remember how tax breaks are being used as a tool by governments. For example, the United States has included 25% tax breaks on company investments in its “Chips for America” program, which are also complemented by breaks on land taxes or for job creation offered by states and counties.


Human capital
Canarias’s special tax regime will not be the only card it plays to attract investments related to the Perte Chip. One of the main obstacles to the establishment of new semiconductor companies in new territories is the lack of human capital, and Canarias boasts of having a solid academic and scientific base. The Institute of Applied Microelectronics (IUMA), affiliated with the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, has more than 30 years of history and has already participated in the drafting of Spain’s first Microelectronics Plan in 1985. IUMA has been a talent generator for companies in the sector such as Microchip Technology, NXP, ASML or Infineon, and has collaborated with various multinationals such as the Taiwanese giant TSMC or the American companies Intel and Nvidia.


Also established on the islands is the Institute of Astrophysics of the Canary Islands (IAC), whose instrumentation department has been developing circuit designs for aerospace systems for years and is currently participating in the development of the Caramuel system for quantum communications, led by Hispasat and aspiring to funding from the Aerospace Strategic Project.


In the private sector, the Canary Islands cluster of semiconductor companies, Cluster Chip de Canarias (C3), has been incubating for a decade, already having more than a dozen companies that provide 700 jobs within and outside the islands and have a business volume of approximately 78 million euros. The cluster maintains links with the associations that collaborate with the government in the design of the Perte Chip, Ametic and Aesemi, and is considering becoming an association with its own profile.

The C3 is made up of the companies Aerolaser, AgnosPCB, Arquimea, eSignus, LightBee, SensorLab, SoC-e, SubSeaMechatronics (SSM), Wireless Innovative MMIC, and Wooptix. They have an approximate business of 78 million euros. In recent months, much has been said about the startup Wooptix, which has received support from European Union and CDTI funding, and has Intel among its investors. The company has developed silicon metrology instrumentation that allows for chip wafer quality control in milliseconds, compared to its competitors who do it in minutes. Its technology allows for accelerated chip production in the most advanced foundries. The company is participating in the new EU IPCEI (Important Project of Common European Interest) for Microelectronics and Communication Technologies, currently in the definition phase.

Other companies, like WIMMIC and Arquimea Research, are more focused on designing their own integrated circuits, but with production by third parties, such as fabless design houses. The first, a spin-off from IUMA that already has offices in the US and the Netherlands, produces designs of radio frequency and microwave integrated circuits. Arquimea, on the other hand, is the C3 company with the most employees. Its R&D center is in Tenerife and it specializes in designing radiation-resistant integrated circuits, a necessary protection for the use of chips in the aerospace sector. This company has headquarters in Madrid and offices in the US, Germany, and Malaysia.


The economic and technological strengths of this autonomous community are being supported by the regional government. The Canary Agency for Innovation, Research and Information Society is finalizing the development of the Canarychip Strategy which will be presented in the coming weeks, with which it aims to give the definitive boost to the semiconductor sector in the islands and to deepen the diversification of the economy in the Autonomous Community.


Original article in the newspaper El País (CincoDías)