Infi-tex presents its latest development – printed circuits

For the 5th year, The Wearable Technology Show 2018 came to ExCel London in the middle of March. Bringing together companies and experts in the fields of AVR360, emerging technologies, smart textiles, performance sports and digital health.

We were excited to participate for the second time and present our latest developments of our textile pressure sensors.

The main stage being set up for the show the day before the opening

We have been eager to present the latest product developments, replacing the previously used sewed circuits by printed circuits. This switch was a critical step for Infi-tex as conductive ink is not only highly adaptive, but also easily satisfies different customer requirements such as stretch ability. At the show, we had several different textiles on display, and our visitors were almost as excited as us when they were able to touch and test our newly printed sensors.

Thanks to a great location, our stand was buzzing the entire two days with old and new faces, ranging from big corporates to small product design agencies and university researchers.

The Infi-tex stand at The Wearable Technology Show 2018

On the second day, our very own COO, Sarah Galasko, was also asked to join a panel with Steve Lefty, Director of MYOVOLT Ltd.. They discussed the exciting topic of how 3-D imaging, new manufacturing processes, and the growth of ‘connected clothing’ will help to make smart textiles an enabler of the IoT.

If you’re interested in learning more about our printed circuits, discuss a project, or order a sample kit of our textile pressure sensors, please get in touch via email: info@infi-tex.com.