Forbes report on Pireta’s innovative technology

How many times have you seen a headline around “smart clothing” or “wearable tech” and you’ve been disappointed that the product doesn’t look so wearable at all? Personally, I don’t have enough fingers to count the amount, quite honestly. Despite being sold as “wearable”, much of the time, wearable tech is cumbersome and awkward, and never really works as intuitively as you’d like.

Well, according to the people behind the development – a fresh piece of technology has been patented that allows electronic systems to be assembled directly onto textiles, enabling a new generation of “truly wearable” smart garments. Developed by a UK startup called Pireta, the innovation has the potential to transform the wearables industry due to its free-form printed circuit process, which allows electronic systems to be assembled directly onto textiles.
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