Smartphone controlled clothing warms up
Smart, discreet and wire-free heated base layer that keeps men and women warm in all the right places while ensuring flexibility and style.
Myant And Butler Technologies wearable technology partnership
Myant Inc and Butler Technologies Inc have announced a licensing agreement of Myant's wearable electro-luminescent lamp technology and a partnership for the advancement of Textile Computing through Butler's participation in Myant's Digital Textile Factory initiative.
Myant & STOLL unveil the digital textile factory
The Myant & STOLL collaboration revolutionizes localized production with a one-stop, virtual factory that provides solutions for R&D, design, and manufacturing at scale.
Government of Canada's new innovation program
$950-million investment positions Canada for an innovation boom in high-growth sectors
Smart Underwear: Connected Textiles
Using printed electronics and fiber science Myant seamlessly embed technology into textiles to change the way we live.
E-textiles at CES 2018
Latest announcements and interviews with 11 emerging industry players at the largest technology show in North America
Update from Myant
IDTechEx have covered all of Myant's progress in scaling advanced e-textile manufacturing in North America over the last few years.
Myant announced a partnership with ZOLL Medical Corporation to develop future generations of their ZOLL LifeVest wearable defibrilator product. This is a summary of the announcement.
IDTechEx Wearable USA awards
Each year at the IDTechEx Show!, two companies are honoured for their achievements in developing and commercialising different aspects of wearable technology. This year the awards were judged by Dr Akira Sakaigawa (Huawei), Chris Chin (HTC Vive) and Heidi Dohse (Google) with support from the independent analyst team with IDTechEx Research.
More Money Raised for Printed and Organic Electronics: The Rationale
Excitement is building in the printed and organic electronics sector as demand grows and investors focus in on the opportunities.
Flexible Electronics: The Big Winner So Far in Printed Electronics
Exploring the commercialization of flexible electronics, one of the key focus points of this year's Printed Electronics USA event on November 15-16 in Santa Clara, CA.
Myant commits $100M to the Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster
Myant is a key partner in the advanced manufacturing supercluster in the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor, which includes companies, universities, health agencies, and not-for-profit organizations.
Ontario Government recognizes flexible and printable electronics
The Canadian Printable Electronics Industry Association has secured funding support from the Government of Ontario's Ministry of Economic Development and Growth - the first provincial government in Canada to recognize the value of this manufacturing sector to the nation's innovation-driven economy.
Mind-blowing! A shirt that creates functional electric stimulation
Video Interview with Myant at the IDTechEx Show! in Santa Clara, USA (November 16-17 2016)
What companies are saying about Printed Electronics USA
Printed Electronics USA taking place at the Santa Clara Convention Center on Nov 16 & 17, is the world's largest event on printed, flexible and organic electronics and all its applications. With over 200 exhibitors and 3,000 attendees expected this is a must-attend event. See and learn new things, understand what end users want and discover exciting opportunities at this international event drawing attendees from 47 countries.
Google, Unilever, Boeing, Coca-Cola at Printed Electronics USA 2016
IDTechEx launches the Printed Electronics USA conference agenda with over 220 speakers from 24 countries presenting on the latest market and technical progress from across the supply chain.
Sensing Tex was founded in 2010, and is based in Barcelona, Spain. They have two main product areas, around textile sensors (mostly touch, but with R&D into many other types) and textile lighting (EL, and fibre optics).
Lighted clothing that flashes to beat of music will hit runway
Fiber science and physics students have teamed to create fashionable "smart" garments with vivid, luminescent panels that pulse to music.