The first Smart Sensing Floor event will take place next Thursday at 5.30pm at Melbourne Design Factory in Hawthorn (on the Swinburne University campus). The second will be in Sydney the following week. This is an investor and technology showcase event. Tickets are free but limited space means you need to RSVP.

If you would like to attend the Melbourne event on Thursday 25th July from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, please RSVP at this eventbrite link.

“Imagine Intelligent Materials will be holding showcase events in Melbourne and Sydney over the next few weeks for potential investors and partners. At the event we will be showing what we believe is a major breakthrough in smart surface technology – the Imagine Smart Floor.
 
If you are interested in finding out about graphene, sensing, and what drives a deep tech early stage company to believe it can conquer the world, please join Chis Gilbey, the CEO and Executive Chairman of Imagine Intelligent Materials for drinks and canapés and a “smart sensing floor” technology demonstration.
 
Our smart floor represents the combination of two revolutionary components: the smart graphene coatings we manufacture at our plant in Geelong together with the revolutionary signals processing and data analytics developed by the Imagine team in Finland.
 
I believe that what we have developed will be the beginning of what makes Imagine a very valuable company. So if you can make it, please do, and ideally bring a friend too! We need to spread the word.
 
There will be a Sydney event the following week. If you would like to attend the Sydney event, please respond to this email to register your interest and be contacted once the venue is finalised.
 
For further information, please respond to this email or contact chris.gilbey@imgne.com. We fit only a small number of people into each venue so if you are interested please contact us asap.   …

 
Event RSVP: Imagine Investor & Technology Showcase Event

Source: Imagine Intelligent Materials. Read more about Smart Sensing floors from Imagine

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