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'Smart textiles' - Theme of TextileTrends conference
Mar '08
4th International Conference TextileTrends Industry - Products - Markets exhibition is scheduled to be held on June 9–11, 2008 at Hotel Lindtner Hamburg, Germany.

Experts from Asia, Europe and USA present
Industry trends: New business opportunities for the textile industry
Sustainable Growth: Business models and ecological solutions
Innovations: Yarns, coating and finishing technologies
Applications: Clothing, medical purposes, construction, automotive

June 11, 2008
Special Day: Smart and intelligent textiles
- Reality is beginning to catch up with the vision.
- Transfer new developments from research to production!

Sponsoring and Exhibition
The trade exhibition accompanying TextileTrends gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the latest products and services.

In the constantly changing textiles market, a culture of innovation and technological developments is essential for the industry to thrive. This congress with participants from nearly all over the world has established itfelf as one of the most important meeting places for Members of the Board, Managing Directors and Senior Executives from fibre and textile producers, trading companies, consumers and research institutes.

In the past years about 150 participants discussed recent trends and success strategies of the textile industry. The 4th International Conference “TextileTrends” will give an update on innovations and developments in fibres, technical textiles, apparel and machinery again.

The programme chaired by Prof. Dr Thomas Gries, University of Aachen will discuss global trends and future markets, textile recycling, innovative fibre and nonwovens technologies, as well as new coating and finishing technologies.

The third day is focussed on smart textiles chaired by Markus Strecker, Interactive Wear. This day covers the advances in smart textiles in the frame of European projects (STELLA, BIOTEX, PROETEX, LIDWINE), new applications as well as technological solutions for energy management and power harvesting.

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