Through its partnership with Volt, Textile Instruments has developed a fabric-based wearable platform with an ability to scale to the masses. A key aspect of the platform is the versatility of Voltâ€™s conductive smart yarns that can be custom-made with passive sensors. Using NASA sensor technology that works without electrical connections (SanSEC), Textile Instruments partnered with Volt Wearable Tech to pair SanSEC with Voltâ€™s highly conductive smart yarn to allow for application in any textile.
Susan Bernard, founder and CEO of Textile Instruments said that, â€œWinning the Future Textile Awards is a reflection of the revolutionary progress we are achieving in pairing wireless technology with functional textiles,â€ Also, â€œThis is an exciting industry to be a part of as we help to craft the narrative and form strategic partnerships that are leading the way to create textiles of the future.â€
Textile Instruments LLCâ€™s functional fabric took home the World Textile Information Network Future Textile Award for Innovative Start-up at the 2018 Innovate Textile and Apparel Conference in Amsterdam. Textile Instruments demonstrated a washable fabric that monitors temperature, heart rate, touch and other health-related vitals without wires and battery packs.
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