We are pioneering new connection techniques that allow someone with minimal skill to make fool proof connections every time that are durable and washable. Now what the industry needs is the ability to scale up and make these connections en-masse. This may work for 100 units or 1,000 units. What about making 25,000 of something? What about 100,000 units or 1 million units.
This is what is holding back the Industry and the commercialization of Wearable Tech.
My Discussion will explore these points and what we can do as an Industry to "engineer around" the issue of durable connections.
Matt Kolmes joined Supreme Corporation (the parent company of VOLT Smart Yarns) in September of 2007 and worked in Sales and as In-House Counsel before moving to Operations and R&D. Prior to 2007 Matt was a partner at Vassalle, Kolmes & Mueller, a civil litigation law firm in New York City.
Matt's passion is developing high strength/high tech composite yarns and products used in Industrial Safety, and in the Police, Motorcycle, and Sports markets and now creating VOLT smart yarns for Wearable Tech fabrics and products. Matt graduated from New York Law School with a J.D..