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Textiles
Report on Smart Wearable Devices: fitness, healthcare, entertainment and enterprise 2013-2018
Smart Fabrics : 17 October, 2013
This second edition of the Juniper Research market leading report on smart wearable devices provides a definitive analysis of the different segments within the market. It features a sector-by-sector trend analysis for key wearable device segments: Sports & Fitness, Multimedia & Entertainment, Multi-functional, Healthcare and Enterprise & Industrial.
 
Dyed continuous filament yarns aiming to push into high-visibility aerospace and transport markets
Advanced Composite Yarns : 04 October, 2013
Moulinage du Solier specialises in preparing thread based on technical materials, particularly with regard to electromagnetic protection and thread colouring. One of the eight colours in the Nexocolor range (fluorescent yellow) complies with EN471, the high-visibility standard, with regard to colour and hold, despite the difficulties of fading due to ultraviolet rays.
 
Biomimetic fibres mimic pine cones in responce to humidity
Biomimetic Fibres and Fabrics : 08 February, 2013
Humidity-responsive adaptive textiles respond to levels of humidity in the micro-climate, so that breathability improves as the material begins to saturate.
 
Space 'eye' for textiles
Fabrics : 16 February, 2005
An artificial eye developed for Earth observation is now being employed to recognise colour variations in dyed fabrics: a critical element of textile production. This could significantly reduce the 160 million metres of dyed fabrics discarded annually in Europe with high environmental costs.
 
Novel fabrics see the light
Smart Fabrics : 31 October, 2004
In work on smart fabrics and new computer interfaces that could lead to applications including multifunctional textile fabrics and all-optical computer interfaces, MIT researchers report the creation of flexible fibres and fabrics that can not only sense light, but also analyse its colours.
 
Plastics and rubber
Smart Fabrics : 13 October, 2004
Innovative uses for plastics, rubber and their derivatives will be on display next week in D
 
 
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