About Pireta’s Technology Pireta’s unique and patented free-form printed circuit process allows electronic systems to be assembled directly onto textiles. Unlike printed conductive links, Pireta’s technology has no impact on the handle, drape, stretch or breathability of the fabric, enabling a new generation of truly wearable smart garments and e-textiles.
How does it work? Pireta’s highly innovative process attaches a thin, highly-durable metallic layer at the fibre level, resulting in excellent conductivity but with no impact on the performance of the textile. This means that electronics can be integrated into stretchable, breathable, washable smart garments that can be worn close to the body with ease and comfort, making them ‘truly wearable’.
The technology is compatible with standard industry processes, using commercially-available equipment and low-cost chemistry. It can be applied to finished garments or fabric on the roll, making it suitable for both niche and mass markets. Applicable to a wide range of textiles and fabrics, Pireta’s process can be applied in wearable and e-textile applications targeted at numerous sectors, including healthcare, defence, sport, and fashion.
Find out more about Pireta’s technology at www.pireta.co.uk
Pireta at the IDTechEx Show! Pireta’s booth, at location ZB41, will give attendees the opportunity to see the technology in action, including demonstrations of printed circuit samples, created on a range of fabrics using Pireta’s innovative process. There will also be the opportunity to book one-on-one consultations with Pireta to find out more about the potential applications of the technology and to discuss joint development opportunities.
Chris Hunt, Founder and CTO of Pireta said, “We are thrilled to show the industry how our technology can change the future of e-textiles and enable a new generation of truly wearable smart garments. The IDTechEx Show! is an excellent opportunity for us to showcase our technology, and we are really excited to have been selected to exhibit as part of the Launchpad programme.”
The IDTechEx Show!, conference and exhibition take place during the 14-15th November and showcases the latest emerging technologies across eight disciplines, including wearable technology and printed electronics.
To book an appointment with the Pireta team at the exhibition e-mail Ian Russell at IDTechEx@pireta.co.uk
For more information on Pireta and their wide range of e-textile uses, visit www.pireta.co.uk