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Our Story

Over the Years

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2001

Three software engineers, Rory Gagon, Mark Swanson and Eric Baggaley found Romaric in Sandy, Utah, USA

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Collectively they have 30 years of experience developing and installing Material Control Systems (MCS) of robotic transport and storage devices in warehouses and semiconductor frontend fabs

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Begins development of a Material Control System for a new automated material handling system (“AMHS”) for a long-established supplier in the semiconductor industry

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2003

2003 First instance of MCS is deployed in a Singapore front-end semiconductor fab

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2004-2006

Plays an important and integral role to help the leading semiconductor AMHS provider, Daifuku create and deliver its next-gen MCS

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2007

Releases the first version of the Romaric Automation Control Engine (RACE™)

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2008

Releases and installs of three new products powered by RACE™ Roma MD™, RES-Q™ and RACE Track™.

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2009

Releases and install a fourth product powered by RACE™ RACE Purge™ (now rebranded as RACE PLC™)

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Romaric joins the family of Roth & Rau GmbH, and begins integration of over 20 manufacturing execution system (“MES”) instances in the solar industry

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2012

Romaric becomes an independent and focuses again on its RACE™ products, regaining its footing in the semiconductor industry

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2014

Begins assisting older fabs to stay viable by increasing throughput (moves per hour) by up to 30% with its Roma MD™ MCS

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Signs a worldwide license agreement with Infineon for Roma MD™ and RES-Q™

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2016

Licenses its source code to Alert Innovation and begins work to assist in deployment of the Alphabot system in Walmart stores

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Wins additional Roma MD™ deployments in direct competition with largest competitor
RACE™ is now installed in the USA, Europe and China

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2018

Opens an office in Hsinchu, Taiwan to support the Asian markets
Wins its first international source code licensing deal

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2019

Completes deployment of Roma MD™ for one of the world’s largest semiconductor foundry companies

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Joins the pretisgious INC 5000 list for the first time. Continues to win semiconductor MCS projects against largest competitors

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2021

Completes installation number 70 of its 2021 RACE™ product set
Celebrates 20 years of keeping commitments

 

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Releases RACE 7™ allowing clients to create their own automation product or application

 

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Achieves a ranking on the INC 5000 for the third consecutive year
Receives largest purchase order in its history

 

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Present

Continue to investing in our people and continually improving our processes to achieve excellent performance