1. Investor Overview

Welcome to our Investor Relations section. Here you will find information on the latest financial announcements, presentation and other shareholder information on Dotz Nano


2. Boilerplate description

Who Dotz Nano is

Dotz Nano is a technology company which develops and commercialises technologies in the advanced materials industry, specifically graphene quantum dots (GQDs).

What’s so special about Dotz?

It’s the sole company able to extract GQDs from coal instead of graphite, producing cheaper, non-toxic and at ten times the production yield (25% yield instead of 2% from graphite) GQDs.

Dotz intends to focus on the low cost/ high volume markets, starting from detergents, carpets and anti-counterfeiting. Dotz significantly improves the appearance, brightness, and gives a longer life of colours to these products.

The company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX: DTZ) via reverse takeover of Northern Iron in November 2016.


3. Investment highlights

The Dotz Nano Investment Case

gyroscope-96-1First mover advantage: only one able to produce non toxic graphene quantum dots out of coal in a simple one step process.


archive-96Patented technology: 5 patents over all major jurisdictions.


handshake-96Partnerships in place: Rice University in the U.S. and Ben-Gurion University in Israel.


coins-80Pathway to commercialisation: Starting in Q4 2016 – Q2 2017.


combo-chart-80Market Opportunity: Quantum dots’ market worth $11bn by 2026 (IDTechEx).


image0044. Addressable Market for Quantum Dots

Current quantum dots are well established in the TV/ screens display market and are used to improve colour and energy efficiency as with Sony flat screen displays and Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDX e-reader.

Early stage commercial markets for quantum dots include healthcare (tissue labelling, cancer therapy, tumour detection) and photovoltaic and energy, as quantum dots allow for increased battery efficiency.

While the lighting industry is still at a research stage, and the material is expected to fill the growing need for more efficient LEDs.

Current research by Dotz shows that approximately 1 gram of graphene quantum dots is enough to tag 10,000 casino chips.

GQDs can create a shift in the applications market allowing traditional applications to use GQDs to achieve performance levels otherwise not considered possible.