IsraVision has developed an application called Web-Monitoring. Thanks to the application, visual error detection can be done, users can obtain reliable information about the surface weight and uniformity of the material.
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Hugging programs train volunteers to administer the soothing and healing power of touch to premature babies.
Suominen, a globally leading nonwovens company, is taking a concrete step in its Changemaker strategy and introducing Suominen Intelligent Nonwovens™ concept to the market. First of its kind in the world of nonwo- vens, the concept makes it possible to embed digital features into Suominen nonwovens.
Biotech company AMSilk and Airbus are planning to use artificial spider silk to create an entirely new generation of composite material they believe could revolutionise aerospace design.
Rostec has presented a unique camouflage coating for military vehicles and soldiers’ equipment able to mimic the color of the environment at the Army 2018 forum. The company illustrated the possibilities of the material with a soldier’s helmet made for the advanced, third generation equipment Ratnik. The chameleon cover is on displayed at the corporation’s permanent exhibition in Patriot Park.
Lenzing has announced the launch of a new VEOCEL™ Lyocell fibre with Eco Disperse technology, which, with enhanced biological disintegration performance, is designed for use in flushable wipes.
Because aircraft engine noise contributes to environmental noise around airports and populated cities, the aerospace industry has been working on new aircraft designs that will emit less noise so they can meet the ever-increasing requirements imposed on the industry to reduce noise pollution.
Denim jeans could be transformed into artificial cartilage for joint reconstruction thanks to advanced textile recycling methods pioneered by researchers at Deakin University.
EPFL scientists have found a fast and simple way to make super-elastic, multi-material, high-performance fibres, which have already been used as sensors on robotic fingers and in clothing. This method opens the door to new kinds of smart textiles and medical implants, according to the team of scientists.
Mustafa Erol, Faculty Member at Dokuz Eylül University (DEU) has achieved to develop a technology providing more heat with less energy than its counterparts in the US and South Korea, based on a low voltage system developed and defended with a doctorate PhD dissertation titled “Heat Emitting Polymeric Materials” in 2011, developed a technology with a dissertation on ‘.