Smart clothing for the arctic environment

@article{Rantanen2000SmartCF,
  title={Smart clothing for the arctic environment},
  author={Jaana Rantanen and N. Alfthan and Jussi Impi{\"o} and Tapio Karinsalo and Mikko Malmivaara and R. Matala and M. M{\"a}kinen and Akseli Reho and P. Talvenmaa and M. Tasanen and Jukka Vanhala},
  journal={Digest of Papers. Fourth International Symposium on Wearable Computers},
  year={2000},
  pages={15-23}
}
New fiber and textile materials and miniaturized electronic components make it possible to create truly usable smart clothes. These intelligent clothes are worn like ordinary clothing providing help in various situations according to the designed application. This paper describes the design and implementation of a survival smart clothing prototype for the arctic environment. Concept development, electrical design, non-electrical features, textile material selection, and clothing design are… CONTINUE READING
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