Fabscape is a highly secure, scalable and customizable open platform for managing manufacturing equipment data. While many manufacturing platforms typically focus on collecting and storing equipment data, the Fabscape platform also serves as a robust application framework that allows you to create custom applications or modify existing features.

Key Features

Adapting to you

Fabscape aims to be exactly what each user needs – no more, no less. It’s goal is not for you to adapt to it, but rather for it to adapt to you. You will have a wide range of options to personalize Fabscape for your specific needs.

Relieve data ambiguity

One of Fabscape’s missions is to resolve the problem of data ambiguity between multiple equipment vendors through standardized data management. This enables true apples-to-apples comparison and the creation of a broader range of correlation analysis features for all of your fab equipment regardless of type, model or vendor.

Choose only the features you need

Many of Fabscape’s features offered separately as plugins or drivers. This means you can mix and match only the features that are important to you and ignore others, so your system is not cluttered with features you don’t use.

Highly flexible development environment

Fabscape’s container-based microservice architecture offers the freedom to develop extensions and custom features with relative ease. Each of Fabscape’s core features, plugins, and drivers are isolated in its own Docker container.

Fabscape is comprised of two key parts: the Platform and Visualizer. The Platform (or “backend”) is like the brain and the heart of Fabscape. This is where all data is collected, managed, manipulated, created and hosted. It is also responsible for managing plugins and drivers that add new capabilities to the system.

The Visualizer (or the “frontend”) is the user-facing component of Fabscape. This is where users interact with the various features of Fabscape, not just with its standard feature set but also features offered via plugins and drivers as well.

Drivers allow the platform to talk to various equipment of servers in the fab. Plugins add specific capabilities to harness the vast data data and communication resources provided by the platform into meaningful tasks for the user.
Each feature of the Fabscape system is broken up into components that you can easily hook into and take advantage of.
Features include:
– Wafer/lot level analysis
– Errors and alerts
– Availability metrics monitoring
– PM scheduling and alignment