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Japan Drives Wearable Fashion Forward With New Seamless Sensor

As we settle into the new year, our Sourcing Summit Companion Report looks ahead at ways to optimize processes and performance.

Wearable sensors are getting smarter and innovators in Japan have hit on something that may make tech in fashion even more seamless in the future. Yoshiro Tajitsu, a professor at Japan-based Kansai University, and Teijin Limited, a technology-driven high-performance fiber manufacturer, have created wearable braided cord sensors that could integrate into everyday clothing or traditional garb, and…

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