Physics and microsystems technology
Looking back and ´conecting the dots´, we can state that the high-tech research fields such as laser physics and the highly integrated microsystems technology (MEMS), combined with the scientific mindset of the physicist, ensure successful work in the Deep Tech segment to develop sophisticated innovative solutions together with our clients.
Fields of action for innovative DeepTech transformation
- Technical due diligence (TDD) to accurately identify relevant data and information in advance as a basis for technical solutions and digital transformation.
- Advanced analytics to optimize manufacturing processes and increase product & service quality through self-learning algorithms that anticipate processes and provide real-time information.
- Semantic networks for representing cross-divisional end-to-end business processes (E2E) and complex ICT system architectures as well as interwoven delivery and service relationships of company divisions, business partners and service providers.
- Verification & Validation: Application of automated metrics-based procedures for V&V along the operative value-added process chains.
- Data-driven services: Design and development of innovative data-driven “Industrial IoT” solutions (IIoT) by implementing the required products, services and platforms.
- Management: Establishment of communication and goal-oriented support of the relevant stakeholders (including executives, managers, decision-makers) and the operational project teams (internal employees, external service providers, engineering offices, suppliers, etc.) for the successful implementation of the project results.
“I have known Thomas Fabula for almost 40 years. He was a member of my research groups at the Institute of Applied Physics at Bonn and the Hahn-Schickard-Institute for Micro and Information Technology at Villingen-Schwenningen. He worked there in the fields of laser physics and microsystems technology (MEMS), respectively.
I found Thomas to have a careful, systematic and determined way of working, a particularly high degree of initiative and independence combined with a very good grasp and the ability to quickly recognize interdisciplinary contexts. His above-average creativity and ability to work under pressure led to the extraordinarily successful completion of the projects he worked on.” ~ Prof. Dr.rer.nat. Stephanus Büttgenbach, TU Braunschweig, Institut für Mikrotechnik