Foundry’s Role in the Accelerating Automotive Supply ??s Role in the Accelerating Automotive Supply Chain Keh-Ching Huang, PhD Senior Director of Marketing, UMC

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  • Foundrys Role in the Accelerating Automotive Supply Chain

    Keh-Ching Huang, PhD

    Senior Director of Marketing,

    UMC

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    Confidential

    UMC 2014

    Automotive Industry Megatrends

    Safer

    Greener

    Smarter

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    Collision avoidance

    Driving assistance

    Improve fuel efficiency

    Lower CO2 emission

    Always connected

    Autonomous driving

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    More ECU Needed to Support Megatrends

    More sophisticated ECUs (electronic control unit) used to achieve what can not be done before!

    Semiconductor content per car is increasing continuously

    50

    75

    100

    Average # of ECU in a car

    2011 2015 2019

    ~350

    ~495

    Average semiconductor content per car, $

    2011 2015 Source: IC Insight Source: iHS

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    Permeation of Smartphone User Experience

    Consumers expect a similar experience from automotive electronics

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    User Experiences Sharing

    Information-access:

    Intuitively

    User-friendly

    Update-able

    Driving innovation cycle shortening

    Fabless play a more important role in the supply chain!

    Foundry more involved in auto value chain!!

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    Pervasive Usage of Semiconductor in Automobile

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    Networking

    CAN

    LIN

    FlexRay

    SAFE-BY-WIRE

    MOST

    Bluetooth

    Ethernet

    Infotainment

    Dashboard

    Car audio

    Connectivity

    Entertainment

    ITS/GPS

    Car navigation display

    Power Train

    Engine control

    - Engine

    - Fuel injection

    - Knock control

    HEV/EV motor

    Transmission

    Chassis

    Steering/EPS

    Brake/ABS

    Traction control

    Suspension

    Chassis control

    Safety

    Airbag

    TPMS

    Collision warning

    Parking assistance

    Back monitor

    Night vision

    Body

    Power door

    Power window

    Climate control

    Seat control

    Mirror and wiper control

    Electronic system

    Alternator, battery,

    and starter

    Lighting

    Diagnostics

    In-car data bus

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    Diversified Silicon Technologies Required

    : eNVM : Logic/MM : MMRF : CIS, MEMS : eHV : BCD

    Networking Electronic

    System

    MCU

    Sensor

    DC/DC

    Inverter Injector

    Gate Driver Solenoid

    MCU

    Interface IR thermo.

    ADC/DAC

    CAN/LIN Radar

    RF

    Sensor

    MCU

    AP/BB

    GPS WiFi USB BT

    Ethernet

    Display

    MCU

    DSP

    ADC/DAC

    Interface

    NFC

    CAN/LIN

    FlexRay

    RF

    Sensor

    DC Motor WL-Charger

    DC/DC

    MCU

    Interface Charger

    Regulator Fuel Gauge LED driver

    MCU

    CAN LIN

    FlexRay MOST

    RF

    Driver Interface DC/DC

    Auto

    Power Train Safety Infotainment Body Chassis

    MCU

    Sensor

    BLDC Pre-driver

    DSP ADC/DAC

    Interface

    CAN LIN

    Sensor

    DSP ADC/DAC

    Interface

    DC/DC

    DC/DC

    DSP

    ADC/DAC

    CAN LIN

    Key components in auto systems

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    Across Wide Range of Technology Nodes

    0.35um 0.25um 0.18um 0.13um 90nm 65nm 40nm 28nm

    : eNVM : Logic/MM : MMRF : CIS, MEMS : eHV : BCD

    Technology Coverage for Automotive Semiconductor

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    Stringent Requirements on Auto Devices

    Parameter Temperature Operation Time Humidity Tolerated Field Failure Rates Documentation Supply

    Consumer 0oC 40oC 1-3 years Low < 10% None None

    Industrial -10oC 70oC 5-10 years Environment

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    Beyond Technology: Production Robustness

    ECU Module/Component

    Makers Requirements Full Scope of

    Foundry Solutions

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    Liability

    Capacity

    Productivity

    Reliability

    Quality

    Longevity

    Business Continuity

    Auto Grade Technology Solution

    AEC Q-100 Qual

    Turnkey Service

    Auto Service Package

    Certification, TS16949 etc.

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    Certifications for Automotive Production

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    ISO TS16949

    ISO 22301

    ISO 15408 Common Criteria EAL-6

    Quality Management Systems

    Business Continuity

    Management Systems

    Information technology --

    Security techniques --

    Evaluation criteria for IT

    security

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    Foundry Value Propositions for Auto Customer

    Different focus on automotive semiconductor value chain

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    Specification

    Design

    Production

    Verification

    System Specification

    Design

    Production

    Verification

    System

    IDM Fabless Module House

    Specification

    Design

    Production

    Verification

    System

    Adaptive Service Model for different value chain customers.

    Production

    Verification

    Production

    Design

    Production

    Design

    : Foundrys Major Involvement

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    Solutions for Automotive Value Chain

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    Specification Design Production

    High temp. PDK (150oC)

    SPICE Model

    Libraries

    Memory

    AEC Q-100 Platform

    Process Qualification

    IP Qualification

    Porting Service

    Automotive Service

    Package (ASP)

    Turnkey Service

    Screening (part of

    ASP)

    Statistical Yield Limit

    Statistical Bin Limit

    Part Average Test

    Dynamic V-Stress

    Verification System

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    High Temperature FDK Supported

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    Note:

    Tj: junction temp.

    Ta: ambient temp.

    Maximum temperature for AEC-Q100 Grade 0 Parts

    Design

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    AEC-Q100 Automotive Grade Qualification

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    Group D Die Fabrication Reliability Tests

    HCI, NBTI, TDDB, EM, SM

    Process Qualification

    Group E Electrical Verification Tests

    Pre/Post Stress Test, ESD, Latchup, Fault Grading, Characterization

    Group C Package Assembly Integrity Tests

    Bond Shear, Bond Pull, Solderability, Solder Ball Shear, Lead Integrity

    Group B Life Tests

    HTOL, ELFR, NVM

    Group A Accelerated Environment Stress Tests

    PC, THB, TC, HTSL

    Product Qualification Part Operating Temperature Grades

    Grade Ambient Operating Temperature

    Range

    0 -40oC to +150oC

    1 -40oC to +125oC

    2 -40oC to +105oC

    3 -40oC to +85oC

    Group D Tests fully supported

    by Foundry

    AEC-Q100-REV-H (September 11, 2014)

    Design

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    Proven Porting Flow for IDM Customers

    Gap Analysis

    FMEA

    Kick-off Meeting

    Preparation

    Stage - 1

    Physical Matching

    Electrical Matching

    Cross Fab Verification

    Validation

    Stage - 2

    BKM Process

    Wafer Level Qual.

    Product Level Qual.

    Qualification

    Stage - 3

    CM

    Production

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    The Ultimate Goal - Zero Defect

    Automotive Service Package

    Production Control

    Quality Management

    System

    Screening

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    Zero Defect

    Automotive Service Package enabling the pursuit of Zero Defect goal.

    Production

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    Turnkey Service with Backend Ecosystem

    Turnkey service provided with TS-16949 certificated OSAT partners.

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    J-Device Amkor STATSChipPAC

    ChipBond UTAC Ardentec GT

    ASE Amkor SPIL KYEC

    SPIL ChipMore KLT UTAC

    JCET / jcap NFME ASE Amkor

    ASE Ardentec PTI

    Bump

    W CP Package FT

    Verification

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    Business As Usual Is Simply Not Enough!

    Quality Excellence

    UMC commit Quality Excellence

    to meet stringent automotive

    specifications/standards

    Value Creation

    Adaptive Service Model to

    create the values for

    various auto customers

    Priority Support

    UMC understand the

    importance of stable

    delivery and promise

    the priority support

    Long-term Partnership

    UMC be the reliable

    partner to support

    the long life-cycle of

    auto parts production

    committed to deliver

    SM

  • Thank You!