Wearable Tech drives Apple valuation above entire S&P 500 Energy Sector

The market points in one direction as the technology sector continues to reap unparalleled rewards. Such shifts in momentum have now seen Apple eclipse the combined value of the entire S&P 500 energy sector. With oil giants Exxon losing its status among the 10 most valuable companies, innovative technology has established its position as the […]

13 December 2019

Swiss Tennis Maestro joins forces with hi-tech shoe company On

Tennis GOAT Roger Federer has become the latest sporting culprit to fall for footwear powered by fresh technology as the global icon has honoured his Swiss heritage after signing a deal with Swiss shoe brand On to become both, an investor and ambassador. Federer’s shoe shopping addiction is no secret having admitted to owning over […]

2 December 2019

Health and Wealth Ecosystems in South-East Asia: The latest key emerging market

In celebration of Longevity week, last Tuesday (12.11.2019) saw Kings College London play host to multiple leading academic and professional experts in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Longevity. Topics varied from AI for brain health, investing in AI for longevity and the use of AI-based biomarkers with all speakers offered fascinating insights into […]

18 November 2019

The Engineer C2I: Final Report

‘The most successful engineering projects often have one common ingredient: they’re the product of collaboration.’ (Jon Excel, lead author of The Engineer) The C2I (Collaborate to innovate) finals award show took place last Wednesday (6.11.19) and served as a wonderful celebration of raw creativity created by strategic partnerships. Infi-tex may not have won the final […]

12 November 2019

Tech lessons learnt from the Rugby World Cup final

‘Words can’t do justice to how I’m feeling right now.’ These were the words of national prop starlet Kyle Sinckler following English heartbreak on Japanese turf last weekend. However, the difficulty in swallowing this defeat is twofold; firstly, the dominant way Sinckler’s team was utterly outclassed serves as a difficult pill to swallow, but secondly […]

5 November 2019

Technology in rugby and the Red Roses on the cusp of a historic win

British cause for optimism in sport is a rare sight, but the idea of this happening simultaneously with our economy on the rise is an unprecedented thought. While the Pound sterling has seen an impressive rise in valuation following Brussels’ agreement to extend Brexit, England’s rugby team finds themselves on the brink of rugby stardom […]

1 November 2019

‘Talking Textiles and Tech’ on Genuine X

It’s time to talk about the tech podcast of the season! Recently Myra Waiman (CEO) and Nick Rawcliffe (Product Designer) were invited to share some fascinating Infi-tex insights on Jack Morton’s innovative practice ‘Genuine X’. The platform produces podcasts centred around pushing ‘creativity and innovation,’ making Infi-tex a great natural fit and worthy guest speakers. […]

25 October 2019

Infi-tex’s Next Step: The use of AI

At Infi-tex we are never satisfied! We always aspire to improve and develop. Yes, the products we provide are based on our own patented proprietary conductive ink and therefore are distinctively high tech. However, the smart algorithms that artificial intelligence (AI) offers, looks set to be the next step in Infi-tex’s evolution. Why do we […]

17 October 2019

Infi-Tex Wins EIRA Research And Development Grant

Further to the launch of our innovative Infisole, we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded The EIRA Research And Development Grant. This grant has allowed us to undertake world class research at Kent University. The focus is on demonstrating how Infisoles can be used to detect changes in walking gait caused by […]

4 October 2019

‘The Smart Insole’-Presenting Infi-tex’s Infisole

At Infi-tex we strive to improve data around health and wellbeing. We work with accurate statistics. Therefore, we are delighted to announce the launch of our smart insole (‘Infisole’). Designed to generate unique data around your activity levels, Infisole is more than a single functional insole simply supporting your foot. What makes our Infisole special? […]

4 October 2019

Infi-tex Shortlisted For ‘The Engineer: Collaborate To Innovate Award’

Stop Press News! Our innovative approach to the healthcare industry is being rewarded! We are delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted as one of the finalists for ‘The Engineer: Collaborate To Innovate Award.’ The winners will be announced next month (November) during a exclusive party in London. At Infi-tex we are counting down […]

4 October 2019

Google’s Project Jacquard Transforms The Everyday

Gone are the days of textiles being single functional tools, solely producing garments. Now they hold a digital purpose. As tech giant Google has demonstrated, textiles are continuously being used to redefine everyday life. Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects lab (ATAP lab) has led to the exciting release of Project Jacquard. Touch-sensitive textiles allows your […]

26 September 2019

Infi-tex at the IoT and Connected Hardware Showcase 2018

Presenting our sensors amongst 22 other innovative startups.

8 June 2018

Infi-tex presents its latest development – printed circuits

Infi-tex at The Wearable Technology Show 2018 at ExCel London.

26 March 2018

Top 100 Women in Wearable and Consumer Tech

Our CEO Myra Waiman was selected as one of the ‘Top 100 Women’.

11 January 2018

Infi-tex launches the “Search and Rescue Jacket”

We launched our ‘Search and Rescue Jacket’ at Wembley Stadium, London!

19 December 2017

Myra Waimann featured in Women of Wearables

Interviewed for Women of Wearables by Marija Butkovic

27 February 2017