Nanotechnology, Smart Textiles & Wearables from Cientifica is a new in-depth report published in February 2017, which analyses the markets and technologies that are driving the global shift towards the rapidly increasing use of of smart textiles.
Key findings of the report include:
Cientifica has been monitoring nanotechnology and smart textiles for over a decade and this unique report ranges from the latest advances in wearables to the use of nanofibres in dust and water filtration.
Nanotechnology, Smart Textiles & Wearables is the most up-to-date and comprehensive look at this new, exciting and rapidly growing sector. Within its 207 pages of unique insight, the report also highlights over 250 companies active in the smart textiles space.
The report available as a downloadable pdf or on request, as a printed version.
Key Sections include:
Smart Textiles, Wearable Technologies and the 4th Industrial Revolution; an in-depth look at how textiles and computing are converging and the factors driving this change.
Markets; analysing the global market for nanotechnology and smart textiles by application area. This section looks at apparel, home textiles, medical textiles, military textiles, technical textiles and textile based wearables. It also provides figures for the nanomaterials inputs (materials, coatings, inks, masterbatches etc.) required for each application.
Nanotechnology and Graphene In Textiles; examining why these materials are being used in textiles and what advantages they confer.
Applications; giving detailed description of current and proposed applications of nanotechnology by sector and covers Clothing and Apparel, Sports and Wellbeing , Energy Storage and Generation , Energy Harvesting , Fashion, Entertainment, Personal Protection, Military Textiles., Home Textiles, Medical Textile and Technical textiles.
Key Technologies; explaining key components such as strain sensors, conductive fibres and photochromic textiles, along with examples of the types and application of each technology.
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