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Research status and prospect of intelligent fibres and textiles

2021 Industria Textila  
It provided research referenceand guidance for future intelligent fibre and intelligent textile.  ...  This paper introduced the propertiesand research status of five kinds of main intelligent fibres, including phase change fibre, shape memory fibre, smarthydrogel fibre, optical fibre and electronic intelligent  ...  Electronic intelligent fibre Electronic intelligent fibre is a new type of fibre developed based on electronic technology, fusing sensor, communication, artificial intelligence and other hightech means  ... 
doi:10.35530/it.072.03.1747 fatcat:l4fzynuksrbqrntdpunpxy7di4

A Physical Basis for Ambient Intelligence [chapter]

Raymond Oliver, Anne Toomey
2011 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
This paper outlines the principles and provides initial examples of studies underway afforded by the physical basis for ambient intelligence, pursued through a P 3 i Design Research Studio.  ...  Innovation in materials drives new technologies -in the 1930's DuPont and ICI discovered and developed Nylon and Polyethylene polymerisation.  ...  Ambient Intelligen ce Development 0's, presents a vision for 'soft' electronic technologies fr sound vision, domestic appliances personal healthc r walls / surfaces and distributed services all cooper  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23902-1_1 fatcat:mhxi72lk4rdyhfzcox2t4ny2f4

Interactive and experiential design in smart textile products and applications

Sharon Baurley
2004 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Smart functionality will also have an impact on the way products are designed and the materials developed.  ...  The future of smart textiles will rely on the convergence of electrochemistry and textiles in order to process electronic polymers into fibres and fabrics.  ...  The electrochemistry sector is developing electroactive polymers for what are being termed as plastic electronics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-004-0288-5 fatcat:tjf4ou6zinef7obudkpjfds63i

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  
The innovative design affords the accelerated development of intelligent materials (interactive, responsive and adaptive) for a new product & service design landscape, encompassing assistive healthcare  ...  (smart bandages and digital theranostics), ambient living, renewable energy (organic PV and solar textiles), interactive consumer products, interactive personal & beauty care (e-Scent) and a more intelligent  ...  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

Smart Textiles- On Review

Z. Rasmin Thahani
2021 International Journal of Applied and Structural Mechanics  
SmartTextiles Are Intelligent Textile Structure That Can Sense And React To Environmental Stimuli, Which May Be Mechanical, Thermal, Chemical, Biological, And Magnetic Among Others.  ...  It Also Describes The Current Status Of Research And Development Of Wearable Systems By Reporting The Salient Characteristics Of The Most Promising Projects Being Developed And The Future Challenges In  ...  Acknowledgement The Author Grateful Thanks To Head Of The Department, College Principal And Management Authority For Providing Facility For Formulating The Modern Review Paper.  ... 
doi:10.55529/ijasm.11.1.11 fatcat:csutdd4f3jg5hmg2dq6i7r7fou

Urban engineering systems: some synthetic observations on materials

Shih Chi Liu, Chung Bang Yun
2012 International Journal of Sustainable Materials and Structural Systems  
Materials are a multi-suits science and an essential platform for practical engineering.  ...  Rapid advances in the design and synthesis of new materials and associated technologies have prompted many major discoveries and innovations, pushing the quality of our living world to a higher level.  ...  New photocatalystic materials development and their expanded functionality by nano-technology are being actively pursued.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijsmss.2012.050450 fatcat:fg4rjwv2ibegpoo2pyyckefir4

Smart Textiles for Soldier of the Future

O. Sahin, O. Kayacan, E. Yazgan Bulgun
2005 Defence Science Journal  
In this study, recent developments on smart garments, especially designed for military usage owing to their electronic functions, and intelligent textlle-based materials that can be used in battlefield  ...  The textile-based materials, equipped with nanotechnology and electronics, have a major role in the development of high-tech milltary uniforms and materials.  ...  The T-shirt functions like a computer, with optical and conductive fibres integrated into the garment.  ... 
doi:10.14429/dsj.55.1982 fatcat:o4gnht7lo5e4jjfkcja5fcrsv4

Convergence Technologies [chapter]

2008 Wireless Multimedia Communications  
The infusion of ICT with Biotechnology can lead to the development of Intelligent Biosciences which might cause ‗elixirs' in the lives of human beings.  ...  Convergence of technology is a magical wand which can enforce societal transformation for the better.  ...  The concept ‗ambient intelligence' refers to an intelligent environment -house, car, office − that is continually responding to our behaviour and wishes.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420008227.ch2 fatcat:bx2mkice5nfb3ou7bx7axldcbm

MEMS micropump characterization and control utilizing a fibre optic Interferometer

Tom Tomac, Katherine Wheeler, Anne Colonna, Paul R. Stoddart, Alexander Mazzolini, Erol C. Harvey, Derek Abbott, Vijay K. Varadan
2002 Smart Structures, Devices, and Systems  
A simple, low-cost, fibre optic interferometer has been used to measure the dynamic displacement of the micropump actuator surface.  ...  In order to successfully integrate microdevices into functional systems, it is often important to address issues of real-time performance monitoring and control.  ...  For the purpose of this study, a fibre optic interferometer was used in conjunction with an intelligent electronic microcircuit control system.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.469401 fatcat:d2v4tdruszbwphq3c4zplkfkcy

Concept of a GaN-LED-based positioning system using structured illumination

Johannes Herrnsdorf, Michael J. Strain, Erdan Gu, Martin D. Dawson
2015 2015 IEEE Photonics Conference (IPC)  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council for funding under the grant EP/M01326X/1, QuantIC.  ...  This functionality may include intelligent dimming, active color balance, electronic control systems and data transmission.  ...  The scheme can be supplemented by technologies currently being developed for Li-Fi.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipcon.2015.7323475 fatcat:zhwmlj7pmzd7xhsb7lbo65vazy

Artificial intelligence and ambient intelligence

Matjaz Gams, Irene Yu-Hua Gu, Aki Härmä, Andrés Muñoz, Vincent Tam
2019 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments  
assisted living and e-healthcare, AmI for assisting medical diagnosis, ambient intelligence for e-learning and ambient intelligence for smart cities.  ...  AI, on the other hand, owes its success to the phenomenal development of the information and communication technologies (ICTs), based on principles such as Moore's law.  ...  Acknowledgement Andrés Muñoz would like to thank the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness for its support under the project TIN2016-78799-P (AEI/FEDER, UE).  ... 
doi:10.3233/ais-180508 fatcat:dnciqtr63vhehaxmqbhpbnmg5m

Intelligent Materials — An Overview [chapter]

Yehia M. Haddad
2000 Mechanical Behaviour of Engineering Materials  
Three basic mechanisms of intelligent materials, namely, the sensor, processor and actuator functions, are described.  ...  Development in the area of materials research aims at incorporating intelligence into engineering materials, enabling them to sense the external stimuli and alter their own properties to adapt to the changes  ...  CONCEPT OF INTELLIGENT MATERIALS Designing a material with sensor, processor and actuator functions is the fundamental step in the evolution of an intelligent material for achieving a desired response  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-010-0436-7_10 fatcat:gmegyf3e4ndc7in3h7orr4eezq

Development of Electrically Active Textiles

Tilak Dias, W. Hurley, R. Monaragala, R. Wijeyesiriwardana
2008 Advances in Science and Technology  
Although the technology has the ability to develop textile sensors and actuators one of its draw backs is the limitation in the development of intelligent and truly smart textile structures.  ...  It is our belief that the best platform for the development of multilayered 3D EAT structures is provided by the above technology.  ... 
doi:10.4028/ fatcat:soyfqqdaqvgvzj5hv3rejxpbye

Electrospinning as a Promising Process to Preserve the Quality and Safety of Meat and Meat Products

Mohammed Gagaoua, Vânia Zanella Pinto, Gülden Göksen, Laura Alessandroni, Melisa Lamri, Amira Leila Dib, Fatma Boukid
2022 Coatings  
Despite their advantages, the active and intelligent electrospun fibres for meat packaging are still restricted to research and not yet widely used for commercial products.  ...  Beyond conventional meat preservation approaches, electrospinning has emerged as a novel effective alternative to develop active and intelligent packaging.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors convey special thanks to Tanima Bhattacharya for the earlier scientific discussion on this review.  ... 
doi:10.3390/coatings12050644 fatcat:7ox6qvjcurht5grjajlh5cmoui

Biopolymer-based Stimuli-Responsive Polymeric Systems for Functional Finishing of Textiles [chapter]

Dragan Jocic, Audrey Tourrette, Pavla Krizman
2010 Biopolymers  
The authors are thankful for financial support provided by Marie Curie Excellence Grant (EXT) project ADVANBIOTEX (MEXT-CT-2006-042641) funded by the EU's Sixth Framework Programme.  ...  Introduction The technological developments of the first decade of 21 st century are slowly changing the way we live by controlling our surroundings and regulating our every day life with intelligent objects  ...  This new technology is being incorporated in contemporary engineering and design with the aim to create the path for materials to gain "intelligent" features.  ... 
doi:10.5772/10257 fatcat:kgrdyprqvvdsxcl7hwreut4ewu
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