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FOLDING KEY BOARD FOR PC.
Bluetooth in Lifeshirt Preclinical System.
California-based VivoMetrics has incorporated Bluetooth wireless technology into its LifeShirt Preclinical System. The upgraded capabilities of the wireless technology deliver effortless, fast connections between the LifeShirt and data management systems that measure and quantify the research subject’s vital signs.
Geotextiles growth in India will be dependent on legislation.
With India’s government making huge investments to improve the country’s infrastructure all might seem set fair for geotextile manufacturers, but for the true potential to be realized other issues must first be addressed, reports Reena Mital.Geotextiles growth in India will be dependent on legislation.
(What are the issues ?.
Who will address whom and when ?.
Can Reena Mital do some thing ?.)
Government sees technical textiles as vital to UK economy. Governments around the world recognize the strategic importance of supporting and encouraging their developing Technical Textile sectors. Not only do technical end-uses account for up to 50% of output and employment in some textile industries, but these products play an increasingly vital role in many key areas of the economy— from healthcare, protective clothing and sports and leisure to transport, construction and the environment.
The future US soldier The uniform he weres can hear sounds and monitor the movement of any objects. It can also indicte it's position to a control room locted elsewhere.
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NanoSonic Inc. has unveiled a new spin in the manufacturing of nanotextiles-"growing" electrically conductive textiles in a makeshift washing machine. Materials engineer Andrew Hill and her colleagues, Jennifer Lalli and Rick Claus, are the innovators of the technique and are incorporating their trademarked Metal Rubber as an integral component.
Something up the sleeve.
Employing infrared wireless
What technologies are.
Metal Rubber is a family of novel nanocomposite materials that are highly electrically conductive (hence metal) and highly elastomeric (hence rubber) freestanding, self-assembled films.
Textile industry has huge potential to generate employment: PAU V-C.
Express news service.
Posted online: Tuesday , October 02, 2007 at 12:00:00.
Updated: Tuesday , October 02, 2007 at 03:21:07.
Chandigarh, October 1 Clothing and Textiles Departments in agricultural universities can play an important role in catering to the burgeoning manpower needs of the textile industry. These were the observations made by vice-chancellor of PAU, Dr M.S.Kang while interacting with the participants attending ICAR-sponsored Winter School on “Developing competitive skills in apparel design, production and marketing” in progress at Department of Clothing and Textiles, College of Home Science.
He also opined that being the second largest producer in the world, the textile and apparel industry in India has the potential to generate the employment for a number of youth at all levels along its value chain. The greater interaction between academician and the industrialist during curriculum planning and delivery can help to produce trained manpower having knowledge and skill sets ideally suited to the requirements of this sector.
While giving the details of the school, Course Director and Head, Clothing and Textiles, Dr Neelam Grewal said that efforts were being made to bring in experts from the industry, professional bodies, facilitating and service agencies such as NITRA Power Loom Centre and the Textiles Committee for delivering lectures and holding demonstration to scale up the knowledge and skills of the participants that have come from different parts of the country.
Some of the topics covered in the course include market-driven designing for higher realisation, automation in apparel industry, fashion forecasting and design requirements for high-end products, fabric formation systems, impact of technological development on knitted fabrics and garments, innovative and diversifying textile carfts for contemporary uses, supply chain management, competitive logistics and building brands. An exhibition of the product range developed by Fashion Technology Park, Mohali; Venezia, Ludhiana and Patiala Handicraft and Handloom was also arranged on the occasion.
Dr Meda Ukalkar, Associate Professor and Head, Department of Textiles and Apparel Designing, College of Home Science, MAU, Parbhani (Maharashtra) shared her experiences of the Winter School with the audience that also included Dr Sushma Jaswal, Dean, College of Home Science as well as Dr Subhashani Verma and Dr M.K.Virk, Heads of Department of Food and Nutrition and Family Resource Management, respectively.