Intelligent textiles for physical training, therapy and safety


The Intelligent Textiles interest group invites you to:

Theme day:

Intelligent textiles for physical training, therapy and safety

Do you want to learn more about intelligent textiles that can:

  •  treat depression
  •  integrate physical training into everyday life
  •  increase safety at festivals

- then sign up for this theme day in the interest group for intelligent textiles. You will gain insight into the latest breakthroughs within IT-enhanced textiles and get the opportunity to meet other companies and researchers who work with intelligent textiles.

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Program

9.15-9.30   Arrival and coffee

9.30-9.45   Welcome and introduction
Rikke Koch, Network Manager / Senior Research & Innovation Specialist, The Alexandra Institute

9.45-10.15   Case: The Pressure-Sensitive Vest
Henrik Bondo Nielsen, Festival Manager, Roskilde Festival; Head of: Production & Stages, Health & Safety, IT & Communication, Volunteers, Access & Ticketing.
- Henrik Bondo Nielsen from the Roskilde Festival introduces the Pressure-Sensitive Vest. He will explain how the idea for the vest emerged, which challenges the development of the vest has encountered, and which results the measurements with the vest have produced.

10.15-10.30   Break and networking

10.30-11.00   Case: The Magic Sweater
Partners: The Alexandra Institute, The Aasgaard School, Diffus Design, the Metropolitan University College, Yoke Interaction Design.
- The partners behind the Magic Sweater present the results of their initial investigations into the design of the sweater. The sweater is a training tool that aims to make physical training a routine in the lives of children suffering from hemiparesis.

11.00-11.30   Case: The Anti-Depressant Sock
Dr. Bert Arnrich, Senior Researcher, Electronics Laboratory, ETH Zürich.
- Dr. Bert Arnrich from ETH Zürich presents the concept of long-term monitoring for bipolar patients within the European research project MONARCA. Besides the employment of mobile phone sensor data, ETH develops a sock that enables long-term monitoring of electrodermal activity in daily life.

11.30-11.45   Break and networking

11.45-12.30   Dialogue: Challenges that business are facing in the field of intelligent textiles
Rikke Koch, Network Manager / Senior Research & Innovation Specialist, The Alexandra Institute
- Rikke Koch from the Alexandra Institute - InfinIT, facilitates a dialogue, during which we will discuss these issues: What are businesses focusing on in the field of intelligent textiles? What are they working on right now? And what is their goal of having a closer dialogue with researchers within the field?

12.30-13.30   Lunch and networking

Tid og sted

Dato:  30. august 2011
Tid:  9.00-13.30
Sted:  Kvarterhuset, Salen (1st floor)
Jemtelandsgade 3
2300 København S (close to Metro station Amagerbro)
Pris:  DKK 350.00
Kontakt navn:  Rikke Koch, tlf. +45 21 26 87 24
Kontakt e-mail
Tilmeldingsfrist:  26. august 2011

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Netværkets aktiviteter er medfinansieret af Uddannelses- og Forskningsministeriet og drives af et konsortium bestående af:
Alexandra Instituttet . BrainsBusiness . CISS . Datalogisk Institut, Københavns Universitet . DELTA . DTU Compute, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet . Institut for Datalogi, Aarhus Universitet . IT-Universitetet . Knowledge Lab, Syddansk Universitet . Væksthus Hovedstadsregionen . Aalborg Universitet