We use graphene to create smart materials that can sense and report real-time changes in stress, temperature and moisture.
The company was founded in 2014 by a group of engineers, scientists and business visionaries fascinated by the potential of commercialising graphene at industrial scale.
We developed an approach that we believe is essential for success: Understand and work within the cultures and structures of industrial supply chains, and provide a QA process that mitigates reduce the risk of adopting a new technology. By disciplining ourselves in this way, we hope to serve our customers efficiently and effectively and build a global business.
We undertake research activities with universities in Australia and beyond. These include University of South Australia, RMIT, CSIRO, the University of Wollongong and the University of Oklahoma.
Our graphene pilot plant in Geelong, Victoria was opened in August 2016 and has a capacity of up to 10 metric tonnes of graphene per year. The plant was the recipient of the Innovation, Research and Development Award from Engineers Australia for 2016.
We established The Imagine IM Graphene Certification Centre at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Victoria in October 2016.