Topsen Technology represents the Sixth Element Material Technology and Toppen Technology, a world leading graphene manufacturer and pioneer in graphene’s applications, in North America. Since 2011, they have developed several facilities for the massive production of graphene including a 3000-tons-per-year production line. Their application fields include electronic devices, composite materials, paints and coatings, energy storage and much more.
Imagine Intelligent Materials (http://imgne.com) uses graphene to create smart materials which sense and report real-time changes in stress, temperature and moisture.
Imagine IM is the leading Australian developer of graphene-based coatings for industrial textiles and fibres. It was founded in 2014 by a group of scientists led by Chris Gilbey and Phil Aitchison with a vision to create disruptive products and solutions that use graphene. Imagine IM has a number of patents that relate to graphene manufacture and coatings technologies. Imagine IM is the lead industry partner in the Graphene Supply Chain CRC-P, a research project located at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Vic, Australia.
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IDTechEx Research Director Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Interviews Dr Andy Goodwin, Advanced Materials Advisor, and Warwick Grigor, Non-Executive Chairman of First Graphene on their fire retardant additive at the IDTechEx Show! Europe 2018.
First Graphene is an advanced materials company seeking to position itself in the lowest cost decile of global graphene suppliers. It has developed an environmentally sound and safe method of converting its supplies of ultra-high grade Sri Lankan graphite into the lowest cost highest quality graphene, in bulk quantities. In so doing it is addressing the three greatest impediments to the commercialisation of graphene, being reliable quality at realistic prices in sufficient volumes to facilitate the development of applications in modern materials, energy storage devices, coatings and polymers. It aims to use these competitive advantages to access new technologies and processes and in turn gain maximum leverage to the entire graphene supply chain, from sourcing the raw material to end use, with development of associated intellectual property for licencing and sales.
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BeBop makes fabric sensors that are piezo-resistive, they showed off their latest product the Forte Wireless Glove that can sense finger movements and incorporates haptic feedback. Ideally used in VR applications, this glove can work for 15 hours on a single charge, it is a one size fits all model, very fast response up to 150 frames/second for gaming applications, unique haptic actuators embedded at each finger tip. BeBop also showed pressure sensing foot pads and hand tracking system both using their fabric sensor technology. The company has been shipping its sensors into musical instruments sold by its sister company KMI, one such example was the BopPad a musical drum pad that is in the market already. BeBop is silicon valley based startup, expecting to go into mass production this year.
Standard Graphene shows their water filtering system using their graphene layer to help filter river water for it to be fully fresh drinkable, they are talking to the Vietnamese and Cambodian Government and talking with UNICEF to bring this to Africa. Standard Graphene also shows some of their other latest demonstrations featuring their graphene at the right price and at the right quantity. They are showing a 5kg ultra-light bicycle infused with graphene allows to increase 130% strength on the bicycle. Also bringing their technology to the automotive and later also to space industry. Filmed at the IDTechEx Show!
Heidi Dohse served as one of the panelists for the inaugural Women in Tech Forum at SID Display Week. DTI (Disruptive Technology Innovations) Holdings Inc., is pioneering graphene-enabled scientific application and technology innovation development. DTI has developed and is commercializing life-enhancing products enabling global healthcare delivery, clean transportation and energy, and sustainable food and water production. As the EVP of DTI Health, Heidi Dohse is leading DTI’s Health and Life Sciences implementation strategy to deliver accessible and affordable healthcare globally. Prior to DTI, Heidi Dohse was a Senior Program Manager in charge of the Google Platform Cloud at Google. Her expertise in wearable devices and applications is part of a personal, lifelong quest as heart patient to overcome heart disease. She has served as a product developer, technologist and consultant for leading medical device companies and has helped develop emergency services applications and software. Ms. Dohse holds an Executive Degree from Harvard Medical School, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in art. She is also the founder of Tour de Heart, a virtual charity ride that provides hope and inspiration to heart patients and caregivers. You can watch my previous videos with Heidi Dhose here, here and here.
STANDARD GRAPHENE is a graphene R&D and manufacturing company and has core competency in graphene products and production process. Trying to be the leader in carbon and graphene technology with 18 years of carbon nano technology experience. STANDARD GRAPHENE can produce 1.1 tons/year of high quality graphene (rGO and GO) now and will increase this by 10x by 2017. Available graphene products include 6 models of rGO and 2 models of GO. Also graphene added application products such as Supercapacitor’s electrode, LiB electrode, graphene-ceramic coating solution, graphene-CFRP, graphene-Polyurethane, graphene-Plastics and more are available. Filmed in 4K using Sony AX53 at IDTechEx’s Graphene Live Europe 2016, read more at http://www.standardgraphene.com and http://idtechex.com
Inigo Charola from Graphenea speaking to Thomas Keenan (IDTechEx) at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe. Graphenea is a leading graphene producer. The company exports graphene materials to 40 countries, supplies its products to Universities, Research Centers and Industries. Graphenea is part of a growing cluster of nanotechnology companies based at the nanotechnology research centre, CIC nanoGune. Graphenea is a partner of the Graphene Flagship. The EU launched this 10-year investment push research programme that aims to find ways of commercialising graphene. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Chester Burtt from Grafoid speaking to Thomas Keenan at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe, part of the IDTechEx Show! Grafoid creates markets for their graphene investments and provide technical advisory and consulting services to manufacturers, suppliers and processors of graphene materials. Grafoid aim to promote a global standard for economically scalable, affordable graphene. Quality, cost, safety and production are some of the criteria they apply against their investment selection and in our co-developer search activities. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Talga Resources being interviewed at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe. Talga is a high tech materials company with its own source of integrated supply from multiple advanced high grade graphite projects in northern Sweden. The flagship project “Vittangi” is at development stage and like all the projects, benefits from established high quality infrastructure including low cost power, road, rail and ports. Two of the five graphite projects have unique ore that allows graphite and graphene to be liberated at an atomic level in an extremely cost effective way. The graphene produced is of a high quality and suitable for a range of large volume composite, additive and high technology applications. For more information see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Professor Piotr Kula from Advanced Graphene Products (AGP) and the Lodz University of Technology being interviewed by Thomas Keenan (IDTechEx) at Graphene & 2D Materials Europe . The company, using a production method created by the Institute of Materials Science and Engineering (Technical University Lodz) has developed an unique, extremely efficient graphene production process. Graphene is now grown on liquid metal. AGP says that this is an edge of a revolution. This new technology shifts graphene production to an industrial level. It is now possible to manufacture large, high quality graphene sheets for a reasonable price. Using liquid metal also results in superior qualities never seen before. For more information about the event see http://www.IDTechEx.com
IDTechEx interview Applied Graphene Materials (AGM) at the IDTechEx Graphene & 2D Materials event in Berlin. AGM has developed and patented a proprietary “bottom up” process for the production of high-specification graphene. AGM claims that its process is continuous and scalable, produces high-quality graphene powders, does not require a substrate and uses sustainable and readily available raw materials (not from graphite), AGM’s production capacity has been expanded to support large volume graphene applications. AGM also has expertise to disperse graphene in a variety of solid matrices and solutions to deliver advanced materials optimised for many applications, including polymer composites, paints and coatings, thermal management, lubricants and functional fluids, barriers and films, supercapacitors and batteries. For more information about the event and graphene see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Group NanoXplore specialises in the science of graphene and its derivative materials. Its proprietary production process produces low-cost, pristine graphene from graphite flake, while maintaining the large flake value (application versatility, thermal and electrical conductance, anti-corrosion capabilities). Environmentally friendly (energy efficient, no strong acids used or noxious gases released), the process solves typical production challenges (e.g., introduction of minimal crystal impurities) and is scalable to metric tonnes per month with very modest capital and operating costs. NanoXplore partners with its customers to integrate graphene into their products and processes, providing them with innovative products and a strong competitive advantage. Learn more in this interview made at the IDTechEx Graphene event. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Printed Electronics Europe takes place in Berlin April 28-29th 2015
SonoPlot designs and sells Microplotter® materials dispensing systems for drawing features as small as 10 to 20 microns. Our patented ultrasonic dispensing technology enables true contiguous lines for superior conductive traces and enables the deposition of a wide range of materials, including solutions containing graphene, carbon nanotubes, nanoparticles, and polymers. This technology allows the Microplotter® to print inks with viscosities up to 450 cP without the hassle of tuning them to the printer. Integrated digital video and precise positioning allow for accurate alignment and dispensing on substrates. The Microplotter® systems provide unparalleled price per capability in the market.
Printed Electronics Europe takes place in Berlin April 28-29th 2015
Producer and distributor of CVD graphene on different substrates is interviewed by IDTechEx at the IDTechEx event Graphene LIVE!. For more information see http://www.idtechex.com
Applied Graphene Materials has developed a proprietary “bottom up” process for the production of graphene. Applied Graphene Materials provides dispersion and product integration expertise, to deliver solutions for a wide range of applications. In this interview given at Graphene LIVE!, IDTechEx learns more about the company and the technology. For more information see www.IDTechEx.com.
Guitar incorporating graphene, shown at the IDTechEx Graphene LIVE! event. For more see http://www.IDTechEx.com
Nearly 3000 technology industry audiences and about 200 exhibitors convened at the Santa Clara convention center in silicon valley for the world’s largest emerging technology show hosted by IDTechEx, the leader in emerging technology research, consulting and events. The 2014 event featured Printed, Organic and Flexible Electronics, Wearable Technology, Graphene, Internet of Things, Super Capacitors, 3D Printing, Energy Harvesting and Storage among the topics at the conference and trade show. The event attracted attendees from 38 countries, featured over 215 presentations, over a dozen masterclasses taught by IDTechEx analysts and industry experts as well as networking events. The show floor also featured a Demonstration Street that showcased state of the art products and technologies from 45 companies, the Manufacturing Street showed products, processes and manufacturing equipment and offered attendees the opportunity to immerse themselves into the world of emerging technologies, to learn and conduct business. Mr Vijay Ullal, semiconductor industry leader, formerly President and COO of Fairchild Semiconductor and former Group President of Maxim Integrated, together with IDTechEx Chairman Dr. Peter Harrop, inaugurated the show and welcomed the attendees. Dr. Khasha Gaffarzadeh, head of consulting at IDTechEx takes us on a tour of the show floor.
IDTechEx is the leader in emerging technology research, intelligence, consulting and events such as this one that just concluded in Santa Clara, California. For additional information please reach them via http://www.idtechex.com
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, the Head of Consulting at IDTechEx discuss the printed electronics, graphene, and supercapacitor industries. Khasha looks at the potential but also some of the challenges facing graphene and draws parallels with the CNT world. Khasha defines the broad and diverse printed electronics industry and explains how there is a wide spectrum of commercial maturity.
IDTechEx brings the business and technology communities on key future technologies together at the Santa Clara Convention Center, in California. Their event is focused on some of the most important and most exciting emerging technologies of the future with focus on 3D Printing, Internet of Things, Printed Electronics, Wearable Technologies, Graphene and Supercapacitors. To attract at least 2,500 attendees and more than 200 exhibitors. Hear from the IDTechEx team a day before the conference kicks off. Find out more about the IDTechEx events at: http://www.idtechex.com/events/