TechXLR8: The technology ‘that powers the connected future’

TechXLR8 at London’s Excel centre this week showed the range of developments that are happening in technology that can link to the internet of things. Companies working on hardware, software, plus augmented and virtual reality were there. The Advanced Textiles Research Group’s electronic yarns offer exciting possibilities for use with this technology. Electronic yarns include sensing or output functions within a flexible drapeable yarn, so are ideal for applications where electronics are to be integrated into clothing and moveable structures, without compromising their performance.




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