Interactive Wear

Interactive Wear

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Interactive Wear AG concentrates on the development and integration of electronic components and systems into textile products, providing of-the-shelf and customized solutions as well as engineering services to support industrial projects. Interactive Wear spun off from Infineon Technologies in 2005 and is based in Starnberg near Munich, Germany.
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Interactive Wear
2 Oct 2018

Stretchable and Conformal Electronics 2019-2029

IDTechEx Report: Dr Xiaoxi He
17 Nov 2016

Smart Textiles And Wearables: 12 Years' Experience In Production - Lessons Learned From Those Who Do It

Interactive Wear AG, Germany
11 Sep 2015

Forster Rohner Textile Innovations

11 Sep 2015

Intelligent Textiles Limited

2 Sep 2015

Interactive Wear AG

Interactive Wear AG span out of Infineon Technologies AG in 2005, inheriting their patent portfolio around the integration of electronic components into textiles. Over the last decade they have completed over 100 commercial projects with leading brands across the apparel, technical textile and automotive industries, amongst others.
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5 Apr 2011

Wearable Electronics - Applications, Trends and Opportunities for Printed Electronics

Interactive Wear, Germany
2 Mar 2011

Flexible electronics is the winner

There is a new form of electronics that will hit that figure in half the time because, unlike the silicon chip, it subsumes electrics such as lighting, batteries, solar cells and heaters, not just electronics. It is usually achieved by printing and its most vital characteristic is physical flexibility.
8 Apr 2009

Wearable Electronics - Applications, Trends and Opportunities for Printed Electronics

Interactive Wear, Germany
20 Jan 2009

What we need from printed electronics - feedback from end users

At the annual IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe 2009 conference and exhibition, IDTechEx will uniquely feature a range of end user companies discussing their needs from printed electronics.
14 Jan 2009

Paybacks from energy harvesting

This article shares some of the research carried out for the new IDTechEx report "Energy Harvesting and Storage for Electronic Devices 2009-2019".
12 Jan 2009

Finance for Printed Electronics is Not Drying Up

The news media are full of the details of the global financial meltdown. Is this affecting finance for the small companies and start-ups involved in printed and potentially printed electronics and electrics? We think not.