Fabmatics GmbH (formerly HAP GmbH Dresden)
Fabmatics develops intelligent automation solutions for customers active in high-tech industries and helps to make their production logistics safer, faster and more efficient.
Fabmatics is an experienced specialist for the automation of material flows and handling processes in semiconductor manufacturing plants, semiconductor process equipments and other high-tech production environments.
Fabmatics is the result of the merger of HAP GmbH Dresden and Roth & Rau – Ortner GmbH along with its American subsidiary Roth & Rau – Ortner USA, Inc. Both predecessor companies have been implementing automation projects with great success for more than 20 years. As a result of the merger from September 1, 2016, the new company is able to offer its customers complex and integrated solutions in the material flow automation area all from a single source.
The service portfolio includes a modular product range of hardware and software for the automation of handling, transport and storage processes as well as solutions for product identification and localization. The offer is supplemented by consulting and development services from the company’s own R & D department in order to provide customized solutions with the highest degree of individualization depth and functional reliability.
Fabmatics has the unique competence to also offer complex automation, robotics and handling systems for the use under cleanroom conditions, from hardware and software, from planning and development to production and installation to after sales service – all from a single source.
Owner-managed Fabmatics does business around the world and currently has some 160 employees at its headquarters in Dresden, Germany and its US subsidiary Fabmatics USA Inc. in Sandy (Utah).
Fabmatics (formerly HAP) intends to implement and test pilot demonstrators in an industrial application. In this case the industrial application is the power conversion in an AGV, which is used among others in semiconductor fabs for the local transport and the un-/ loading of lots. As the energy is taken from batteries, a reduction of power consumption results in an increased productive time and thus an economic advantage.
Fabmatic's (formerly HAP) key contributions are the already existing AGV system platform, together with its R&D and laboratory infrastructure. The AGV is the ideal base for the improvements and needed application tests within this project.
|Gostritzer Straße 63|
|01217 Dresden, Germany|