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About Us

Since 2008, SIGENIC has successfully partnered with global companies to research and develop a range of effective instruments and software in the field of Machine Health Monitoring, specialising in predictive fault analysis. Sigenic has a dedicated team of R&D engineers. We have developed monitoring instruments together with enhanced algorithms and user-friendly interfaces that allow more effective monitoring of the real-time behaviour of modern machines. We focus on the equipment used in fab‑semiconductor production line, but our solutions are applicable to most production line equipment.

SIGENIC is an R&D-based company established in Singapore. All product development work is accomplished in-house. We work closely with our clients to offer products and services that diagnose, monitor and enhance the performance and productivity of their tools and operations.



Est 2008

  • Machine servicing / Part sourcing



  • Achieved Biz Safe Level 3 standard

  • Achieved ISO 9001:2008 standard

  • Became a member of the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA)


  • Filed for patents (pending) for two devices



  • Robot-I patent awarded

  • Developed the real-time embedded machine health monitoring system.

  • Collaboration between Sigenic and NYP (Nanyang Polytechnic)

  • Collaboration between Sigenic and NTU (Nanyang Technology University)

  • Acquired SECS GEM capability


  • Vibration Sensor patent awarded

  • Developed the wireless monitoring system

  • Updated to ISO 9001:2016 standard

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  • Initial tool maker DISCO (TYO:6164) Collaboration

  • Development of Vibration Monitoring systems for harsh environments


  • Initial A*Star and SIGENIC Collaboration

  • Initial Software development

  • Developed end-of-life prediction monitoring for consumable parts.



  • Condition Monitoring Software System launched


  • Invited by NXP - Chandler, USA To participate “Global Expert Team Meeting”, sharing Sigenic condition monitoring methodology

  • Selected by ESG (Enterprise Singapore) to attend UC (University California) Berkeley’s SkyDeck Accelerator Program. 


  • Selected by the ESG (Enterprise Singapore) and SME-CENTRE to participate in Partners for Business Growth (PBG) programme

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