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Haydale Graphene Industries Plc

Haydale Graphene – Internet of Industrial Materials Conference 2017

WHEN: August 17
Starting at 8am till 5pm

WHERE: John Street Hawthorn, Melbourne, VIC 3122 Australia
Swinburne University of Technology – Factory of the Future

 

THE INTERNET OF THINGS WILL HELP DRIVE GLOBAL ECONOMIES
SMART MATERIALS WILL BE CENTRAL TO IOT, GRAPHENE’S UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS MAKE IT AN IDEAL ENABLING COMPONENT

The conference offers Australian entrepreneurs, investors, managers and executives with an opportunity to learn about the commercial opportunities that graphene delivers in realising the Internet of Things (IoT). Australian companies and researchers are among leaders in the world at developing scalable manufacturing of graphene and applications using this super material. At the forefront are conductive sensing fabrics and fibres that can make mining safer, roads and cars smarter, supply chains more efficient, and maintenance less costly. This conference aims to deliver actionable insights for role of graphene in global supply chains, and to help identify the pull markets, the opportunities, and the skills needed for manufacturing over the next decade.

Speakers include Ray Gibbs, Chief Executive Officer at Haydale Graphene Industries PLC (LON:HAYD)

 

Haydale Graphene Industries is a global technologies and materials group that facilitates the integration of nanomaterials into the next generation of commercial technologies and industrial materials. With expertise in graphene, silicon carbide and other nanomaterials, Haydale is able to deliver improvements in electrical, thermal and mechanical properties, as well as toughness. Haydale has granted patents for its technologies in Europe, USA and China and operates from four facilities in the UK, USA and the Far East.

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