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FASHION-ABLE

Fashion able researches on customized safe and healthy products for consumers with special needs.  Participated by EURATEX, the project develops technologies for flexible and eco-efficient production of clothing, footwear and orthotics for consumers with sitting posture and ease of dressing issues, (including wheel chairs-users), thermal comfort, hygiene, skin care and other needs.

 

Project duration :

November 2011- October  2014

 

Project website:

www.fashionable-project.eu

 

Quick access to:

"FASHION-ABLE Brochure"

 

Euratex contact:

mauro.scalia(at)euratex.eu

MATVAL

This European networking and roadmapping project  aims at identifying the common points of research and innovation between the main stakeholders concerned by materials technologies, and involves the major European Technology Platforms related to steel, textiles, advanced materials, sustainable chemistry and mineral resources. 

 

Project duration :

October 2012 – September 2014


Project website :

http://www.matval.eu

 

Euratex contact:

lutz.walter(at)euratex.eu

SUSTA-SMART

EURATEX participates in SUSTA-SMART, the project which links research and standardization to boost the market-uptake of smart textiles. Standardization is key issue for further exploitation and commercialization of smart textiles, and therefore to untap the huge market potential of such textiles. 

 

Project duration:

March 2011-September 2014 

 

Project website:

www.susta-smart.eu  

 

Project brochure:

SUSTA-SMART 

 

Euratex contact:

mauro.scalia(at)euratex.eu

ARTISAN

Reduction of energy consumption and carbon footprint in the European textile industry

 

Project duration:

November 2011 – April 2014

 

Project website:

http://www.artisan-project.eu/

 

Quick access to:

"ARTISAN Brochure"

 

Euratex contact:

mauro.scalia(at)euratex.eu

PROsumer.NET

This project led by EURATEX brings together 5 European Technology Platforms (T&C, sporting goods, footwear, wood & paper-based industries, machinery) from the consumer goods sectors with an objective of developing a joint research roadmap for these industries and related EU research, innovation & education policy recommendations.

The project started on 1 June and will last for 24 months. A first public seminar was held on 22 June in Brussels attended by some 60 experts from across the various consumer goods sectors. EC representatives of DG Research & DG Enterprise highlighted the political potential of this initiative.

 

Project duration :

 June 2011 – May 2013

 

Project website:

www.prosumernet.eu

 

Project video:

Watch the PROsumer.NET results video  

 

Euratex contact: 

lutz.walter(at)euratex.eu

NANOfuture

The NANOfuture project has developed a community and roadmap to tackle needs and gaps to effectively bring nanotechnologies in the market, based on extensive consultations with different European Technology Platforms, experts and other stakeholders. The website provides updated relevant info updated beyond the project end.

EURATEX role in Nanofuture was mainly  to investigate and to promote matters of interest to its industry with a view at facilitating the exploitation of such promising  technologies also in the textile and clothing sector.

 

Project duration :

May 2011 – October 2012

 

Project website :

www.nanofutures.info

 

Euratex contact :

mauro.Scalia(at)euratex.eu

LEAPFROG IP

Leadership for European Apparel Productions From Research along Original Guidelines.

 

Leapfrog Key results

Final Press Release

Springer publication

 

Project website:

 

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