Statex receives the seal
“Innovative through research”
The Wissenschaftsstatistik of the Stifterverband annually collects data on research and experimental development (R&D) of the German Business enterprise sector.
Statex is part of the smart-textiles symposium 2018 in Dornbirn
Sven Böhmer gives a lecture at the smart-textiles symposiums 2018 on: Surveillance and prevention through textile electrodes
Statex at WearableTechnology Show 2018
Project vulnusMON: an intelligent wound dressing
Statex is one partner in the project vulnusMON. The aim of this project is to combine a wound dressing and sensors in order that the wound dressing itself can inform in advance automatically when there is the need for replacement.
Statex goes to Hollywood!
“Second skin is an ongoing project addressing the body as a canvas for technology.” Our Shieldex® products are part of this project and enable to establish the technology into the textile.
Munic Fabric Start – Statex developed an electrical conductive embroidery yarn in coperation with Madeira and ZSK
“Electronic embroidery, or e-broiderey is one way of integrating conductive metallic threads on/into textiles to create soft circuits, turning the fabric itself into electronic hardware while maintaining the flexible, drapable, and even washable characteristics of cloth. ”
Fashion-Project “Stealth Wear” for privacy protection – based on shielding Shieldex®fabrics
The designer Adam Harvey created a collection for protecting the privacy. By using the shielding fabrics of statex the body´s own thermal radiation is reflected and the body heat is hardly seen by thermal imaging cameras.
Statex supports aid programs in Somalia with antibacterial SilverBuddys
Two men from Bremen traveled on their own to Somalia to help small communities dealing with hunger and deseases.
Statex supports these two men by donating antibacterial SilverBuddys. SilverBuddys are fabrics which kill bacteria on the contact surface. This lowers the possibility from bacteria induced deseases.
Tactile dataglove with fabric-based sensors
The video displays a wearable tactile dataglove with 54 tactile cells allowing natural manual interactions to be captured.