Nextiles introduces sewn-in circuitry to collect performance data through textiles

Nextiles

Nextiles, a young company founded by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) alumni and supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation, has introduced a new Bluetooth-based, sewn-in sensor technology that captures human performance data for a variety of industries from professional sports to connected fitness, tracking data such as static and ...

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