A project dedicated to establishing the knowledge base essential to manufacture electronic yarns on a large-scale for commercial exploitation.

Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations

The ATRG have published a new research article on the development of a vibration sensing electronic yarn. The article ‘Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations’ focusses on the characterisation of the electronic yarn for a range of vibration amplitudes and frequencies that are relevant to hand transmitted vibrations at each stage … Continue reading Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations

Wearable Technology Show

Research from the project was recently presented as part of a virtual booth at the Wearable Technology Show. In addition to the virtual booth, Dr Hughes-Riley was also invited to speak as part of the event and presented on recent advances made in the automated E-yarn production process as well as various innovations developed using … Continue reading Wearable Technology Show


For enquiries about the project please contact Dr. Theodore Hughes-Riley at theodore.hughesriley@ntu.ac.uk


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