RSBG SE accompanies entrepreneurs in the strategic development of their companies, products and services.
The use of innovative technologies to improve products and processes is a basic requirement for future-oriented production processes. Our shareholdings develop lithography solutions for use in industrial facilities and academic institutions. These solutions are especially tailored to the requirements of micro- and nanofabrication and are used in areas such as biomedical engineering.
The smart factory is the main feature of the future Industry 4.0. In order to realize the vision of this self-organizing production environment, manufacturing processes must be digitalized—for example by developing standardized and flexible automation solutions, expanding existing systems and setting up smart testing and inspection systems. However, alternative technology solutions are also becoming more and more important in people's daily lives. For example, robots are increasingly performing service tasks in the healthcare sector.
Reliable and secure digital infrastructures at media companies, authorities and organizations are essential for the integration of smooth technology processes with a high degree of automation and lean work processes.
Population growth, urbanization, climate change—these developments present us with major challenges worldwide. Smart working, mobility and settlement concepts are the key to sustainable development in the age of cities.
Interlinked research disciplines such as biotechnology, pharmacology and medical technology are merging with the megatrend of digitalization and enabling revolutionary developments in the areas of healthcare and nutrition.
The investment portfolio’s future-oriented focus is ensured by the targeted acquisition of initial shareholdings in the context of emerging (mega)trends or for the development of additional strategic areas of investment. Due to the strong growth potential of these shareholdings, Value Investments also serves as a hub for the development of an independent investment area on the basis of initial shareholdings.