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Future Trends in Production and Consumption in Textile and Fashion Design: The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Adriana Yumi Sato Duarte
2018 Latest Trends in Textile and Fashion Designing  
The textile production processes offer the possibility of creating a new generation of materials and products, which interact with different electronic devices.  ...  Technology tends to be incorporate in fibers, yarn, fabrics and clothing in the form of functional materials, which includes biomedical and electronic textiles.  ...  The first era (1995), internet was an integrated hypermedia, in the second era (2000) internet had a programming media approach, that changed to people's web service in the third era (2005), and the fourth  ... 
doi:10.32474/lttfd.2018.01.000102 fatcat:ri5gajoqeja5hln2vp3qnyddg4

Bioengineered Textiles and Nonwovens – The Convergence of Biominiaturisation and Electroactive Conductive Polymers for AssistiveHealthcare, Portable Power and Design-led Wearable Technology

Raymond Oliver, Jennifer Tillotson, Anne Toomey
2009 Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics  
Some of these integrated systems are summarised in this paper, highlighting their use to create enhanced functionality in textiles, fabrics and non-woven large area thin films.  ...  Today, there is an opportunity to bring together creative design activities to exploit the responsive and adaptive "smart" materials that are a result of rapid development in electro, photo active polymers  ...  An attractive way forward for intelligent textiles is to embed the electronic functionality directly in textiles as shown previously in Figure 8 .i.e. combine the mechanical properties of a polymer and  ... 
doi:10.3993/jfbi06200901 fatcat:v7s3ju5n7bczrhc2muf6ccmwxe

Telemedicine Systems in Disaster Management and Its Future –A New Concept

Prof (Dr) Nemaillal Tarafder
2019 Zenodo  
The use of textiles in telemedicine is mainly in the area of patient health monitoring and transfer of data to the professionals.  ...  Wearable bio-sensors are capable of continuous vital signs monitoring and feedback to the user will be significantly effective in timely prevention, diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases.  ...  A long term approach and research challenge is the full integration of sensors/actuators, energy sources, processing and communication within the cloths.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2656321 fatcat:svfxjvgoizhtdp3rtjoondjgii

Autonomy is the key

Olivia Ojuroye, Russel Torah, Steve Beeby, Adriana Wilde
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing Adjunct - UbiComp '16  
Smart textiles become intelligent due to their computational abilities allowing awareness of their environment, extract input data from it, and consequently demonstrate untaught behaviours.  ...  In what remains we focus on the ethical implications and approaches to risk mitigation.  ...  Introduction Intelligent systems are being integrated with textile surfaces, changing the perspective of how smart electronic textiles could be.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2968219.2968558 dblp:conf/huc/OjuroyeTBW16 fatcat:4g7nnaflqfdrtfbmvgwpzsaxpa

Wearable and autonomous computing for future smart cities: Open challenges

Domenico Balsamo, Geoff V. Merrett, Bahareh Zaghari, Yang Wei, Sarvapali Ramchurn, Sebastian Stein, Alex S. Weddell, Steve Beeby
2017 2017 25th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM)  
The promise of smart cities offers the potential to change the way we live, and refers to the integration of IoT systems for people-centred applications, together with the collection and processing of  ...  Central to the realization of this are wearable and autonomous computing systems.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) under Grant EP/P010164/1.  ... 
doi:10.23919/softcom.2017.8115596 dblp:conf/softcom/BalsamoMZWRSWB17 fatcat:qqnj6aiyurcr3ggtfypje4akue

Technical Embroidery for Smart Textiles: Review

Viktorija Mecnika, Melanie Hoerr, Ivars Krievins, Stefan Jockenhoevel, Thomas Gries
2015 Materials Science Textile and Clothing Technology  
One of the challenging sub-sectors of intelligent textiles and smart textiles for healthcare applications is the research and development of textile sensors for biometrics and measurement of physical parameters  ...  Due to these particularities embroidery is used widely also for such technical applications as development of heating grids, shielding, conductive interconnections, intelligent textile sensors and interfaces  ...  A textile thermocouple was integrated by TFP technique into a mattress to provide microclimate control during rest. Humidity sensors.  ... 
doi:10.7250/mstct.2014.009 fatcat:cydqtcmir5fmdlwxlvwhdn23oe

Development of a LAN System for Textile Computer Integrated Manufacturing (Tekstilde Bilgisayar Destekli Üretim İçin Yerel Ağ Sisteminin Geliştirilmesi

2003 Uludağ University Journal of The Faculty of Engineering  
In the development of the network, hardware choices and programming methodologies; ISO 9000 standards, work in process tracking with barcode and the design of a future intelligent process management system  ...  To operate successfully in such a demanding and highly competitive global market, textile industry must deploy the state-of-the-art manufacturing and information management techniques.  ...  TEXTILE PRODUCTION CELLS AND TERMINALS The detailed process flow and the LAN network to monitor and control textile processes are shown in Figure 2 .  ... 
doi:10.17482/uujfe.33274 doaj:b6f41485f59f418fac8c8674943ee600 fatcat:xdno4exoffhjfeguiyablyyzce

Cloud-Based Analytics Module for Predictive Maintenance of the Textile Manufacturing Process

Ray-I Chang, Chia-Yun Lee, Yu-Hsin Hung
2021 Applied Sciences  
Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) architecture is important to enable an intelligent and connected manufacturing factory.  ...  In this study, we extensively used SCADA to develop a cloud-based analytics module for production quality predictive maintenance (PdM) in Industry 4.0, thus targeting textile manufacturing processes.  ...  To make an economic approach to predict product quality using existing equipment data in the ML module without purchasing a new intelligent device.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11219945 fatcat:uxpuvxwq3bfbjha3jacag2xd2i

Problem definition methodology for the "Communicating Material" paradigm

S. Kubler, W. Derigent, A. Thomas, E. Rondeau
2010 IFAC Proceedings Volumes  
The actual limits of these new systems are relative to their granularity, since items are the smallest parts of an ubiquitous system (Internet of things).  ...  Today, more and more new technologies of information and wireless communication are useful for social, economic and industrial life. Auto-ID technologies such as RFID are a good example of that.  ...  This e-textile participates in ambient intelligence and is related to the "wearable computer".  ... 
doi:10.3182/20100701-2-pt-4011.00035 fatcat:xexieqeodnfc3epggubxpcy6x4

Digitisation and Industry 4.0 in the Portuguese T&C sector

HA LUU, 1Industrial University of Ho Chi Minh City, Faculty of Garment Technology and Fashion Design, No. 12 Nguyen Van Bao, Ward 4, Go Vap district, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, FERNANDO FERREIRA, ANTÓNIO MARQUES, University of Minho, School of Engineering, Textile Department, Campus de Azurém, 4800-058, Guimarães, Portugal, University of Minho, School of Engineering, Textile Department, Campus de Azurém, 4800-058, Guimarães, Portugal
2019 Industria Textila  
scope of the project POCI-01-0145-FEDER-007136".  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS "This work is financed by FEDER funds through the Competitivity Factors Operational Programme -COMPETE and by national funds through FCT -Foundation for Science and Technology within the  ...  Nowadays, the FLUXODATA is a ICT company having solutions to other T&C firms, using an integrated module of textile solutions to manage and monitor daily industrial processes.  ... 
doi:10.35530/it.070.04.1612 fatcat:5wzt3tt575hcfd7gxolzafzrw4

Recent developments and trends in biomedical sensors

Mehmet Engin, Alparslan Demirel, Erkan Zeki Engin, Musa Fedakar
2005 Measurement (London)  
We also tried to reveal the close correlation between biomedical sensors and smart (intelligent) textiles.  ...  We emphasized on the concept of wearable, as we have considered this notion the transition zone between the contemporary biomedical sensors and smart (intelligent) textiles.  ...  Integration of sensors, microchips and other devices (e.g., for communication and control) is critical for the realization of an ''intelligent'' E-textiles for any application, say for example, battlefield  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.measurement.2004.11.002 fatcat:oewxrtp7hfdqthzqzhalakmhiq

Intelligent Membranes: Dream or Reality?

Annarosa Gugliuzza
2013 Membranes  
Thus, the transfer of signals to collecting systems could allow continuous and real-time monitoring of data, events and/or processes.  ...  Intelligent materials are claimed to overcome current drawbacks associated with the attainment of high standards of life, health, security and defense.  ...  It is enough to imagine the advantages arising from the use of intelligent membranes in architecture, agriculture, textiles, pharmaceutical, food and beverage industries.  ... 
doi:10.3390/membranes3030151 pmid:26791465 pmcid:PMC4021938 fatcat:7t5b6nyyp5eeth6yq7uachupnm

Possibilities and applications of smart textiles

Elena Rotari, Corina Negara, L. Slătineanu, G. Nagit, O. Dodun, V. Merticaru, M. Coteata, M.I. Ripanu, A.M. Mihalache, M. Boca, R. Ibanescu, C.E. Panait (+2 others)
2017 MATEC Web of Conferences  
In this research, we approached and revealed the application of e-textile materials and their importance in clothing.  ...  In the process of creating of new clothing products, the designers choose textiles which have: appearance, comfort, durability, shape retention, protection from bad weather, etc.  ...  The three processes (detection-processing-updating) are embedded separately in intelligent materials and must be joined by means of an automatic control system.  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201711204025 fatcat:dzdqdjrqkbgfvp6zx2gyu3skqy

Personalised physical exercise regime for chronic patients through a wearable ICT platform

Pantelis A. Angelidis
2010 International Journal of Electronic Healthcare  
In particular, it will look into wearable electronics embedded in textile capable of performing regular or exceptional measurements of vital physiological parameters and communicating them to an application  ...  and advanced processing of vital signs information.  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank John Moore, MD, from MIT Media Lab for insightful discussions on the health record and data sharing, Markela Psymarnou from VIDAVO for her inspiring comments  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijeh.2010.036207 pmid:21041175 fatcat:7hxn2jisxrck7nkxu5swicc5oi

Nanotechnology Trends in Fashion and Textile Engineering

Murthy Chavali
2018 Current Trends in Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering  
Nanotechnology in fashion To modernize the clothing industry, nanotechnology offers a new approach for the processing of fabric materials.  ...  Intelligent textiles Intelligent textiles are capable of think for themselves and act accordingly.  ... 
doi:10.19080/ctftte.2018.02.555590 fatcat:ebhyezgbcrf3bhjsesxan56hza
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