Myant Inc., the global leader in Textile Computing, is honoured to announce the addition of Dr. Jon Barrett as a scientific advisor. Dr. Barrett, is one of the world’s leading experts on high-risk pregnancy and will be advising Myant Inc. on their maternal care initiative ‘Pregnancy Reimagined’.
Myant Inc., the global leader in Textile Computing, is pleased to announce the formation of an Executive Health Advisory Board (EHAB), a committee of senior industry leaders and practitioners with the mandate to help the leadership team shape Myant’s long-term business strategy.
Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited, one of Canada’s largest and most trusted retailers, and Myant Inc., a world leader in Textile Computing™, are pleased to announce their partnership to introduce wearable computing and smart textiles to CTC’s family of leading retail brands.
‘Pregnancy Reimagined’ is a Myant women’s health initiative. As a company committed to improving women’s health, Myant’s Textile Computing™ platform aims to empower and inform expectant mothers by connecting them to their own health and the health of their fetus.
Toronto-based Myant Inc., the world leader in the design and development of Textile Computing™ solutions, and SMK Electronics Corporation U.S.A., a global designer and manufacturer of advanced OEM electronic components, are pleased to announce a partnership to catalyze the development of new electronic components and mechanical interfaces for application in the emerging field of Textile Computing™.
Toronto-based Myant Inc., the world’s first end-to-end Textile Computing™ company, and Ryerson University’s Faculty of Communication and Design, Canada’s leading creative innovation hub, are partnering to push the boundaries of design, fashion and engineering through new ideas and applications in the emerging field of Textile Computing™.
Advanced manufacturing will get a significant boost in Canada and the US when Stoll and Myant roll out 500 new 3D knitting machines to underpin the growth of functional computing textiles.
The Digital Textile Factory provides the foundations for the mass application and adoption of Textile Computing, a new industry category that merges advancements in engineering and material science, to provide textile-based solutions for companies wanting to innovate and connect textiles to the world of IoT.
Myant and Carlisle Interconnect Technologies, Inc. are pleased to announce the launch of a strategic and exclusive collaboration agreement towards the use and development of next-generation conductive yarns and connectors for use in textile computing applications.
Myant Inc. CEO Tony Chahine will present on Monday, October 22, 2018, at the CIX Summit in Toronto, Ontario to share Myant’s story and its unique Textile Computing platform for human-computer interaction to a crowd of over 750 investors and peers in the North American technology ecosystem.