Since its opening in 2000, ilab has incubated over 100 start-up companies and helped them raise over $70 million in grants and investment to fund their growth and has generated nearly 400 technology jobs. Click below to view a small sample of our success.
Codesion allows for the creation of the most complex software in the most efficient and cost-effective way possible by using Software as a Service (SaaS) to deploy the platform across corporate intranets as well as the Web.
Codesion integrates into leading software revision control and issue tracking systems such as Bugzilla, Trac and Subversion. As a browser-based solution, Codesion works across all major Operating Systems – Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS X, Linux, and Sun Microsystem’s Solaris.
Codesion was acquired by CollabNet in 2010 and is now Codesion Cloud Services. Codesion, a pioneer in cloud-based source code management solutions is based in Brisbane and California. With customers ranging from Mattel, Zuora, Trilogy, Razorfish, Stanford University and a host of others, Codesion has provided reliable and secure software revision control since 2002. Codesion has enabled more than 3,400 customers and 70,000 users in 90 countries worldwide to effective code, connect, and deploy the world’s most complex open-source and commercial software applications.
Liquid Animation combines 2D artistry with 3D technology creating art that comes to life.
The company, which has delivered art to international studios such as Warner Bros and Disney, does work for television series, commercials, music videos, mobile shorts, theatrical releases and the development of their own intellectual properties. They also work in production of websites, apps, online games, microsites, e-learning content and augmented reality projects.
Liquid Animation Won the Lord Mayor’s Platinum Business Award in 2011.
RedFlow specialises in the design, manufacture and supply of packaged electricity storage systems. Their systems are utilised for both grid-connected and off-grid electricity storage. They are ‘Smart Grid ready’, and come complete with in-built communications and control tools.
RedFlow’s customers use our electricity storage systems in a variety of applications:
- As an electricity supply product to fully replace uneconomic rural powerlines;
- To meet short-lived peak electricity demand at a much lower cost than traditional upgrades of the poles, wire and substation network;
- As an enabling product for large scale solar PV generation by allowing clean solar power to be used at night;
- To mitigate the risk of bushfires by allowing overhead electricity lines to be switched off on hot, windy fire-prone days; and
- To provide, in the near future, reliable power for off-grid cellphone towers, reducing the cost and emissions from diesel generation sets.
RedFlow is headquartered in Brisbane, Australia, employs around 100 staff and supplies power storage systems to domestic and selected international markets.
RedFlow is listed on the Australian Stock Exchange with ASX code RFX.