Together, Myant and our partners are knitting the future into the daily lives of people all over the world. If you are an inventor, maker, or even just a dreamer, we want to hear from you.
Technology partners empower Textile Computing with tools and technology.
Research partners assist with the science, R&D and validation of the platform.
Solution partners leverage the SKIIN platform to create innovative products and solutions.
H. Stoll AG & Co. KG is a global leader for the manufacturing of innovative 3D knitting technology. The company was founded in 1873 and sells 3D knitting machines, patterning software and integrated services to more than 70 countries globally.
Myant is leading the creation of a new economy in functional computing textiles with Stoll machines. They have the vision and the right interdisciplinary team to make this a global revolution.
- Andreas Schellhammer, CEO of Stoll
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies is one of the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of high-performance wire, cable and optical fiber. Myant has a guaranteed exclusive supply of their ARACON conductive yarns for Textile Computing. It delivers unparalleled washability, conductivity and the strength of Kevlar.
Our agreement with Myant puts us at the leading edge of a quickly evolving industrial category – textile computing – with significant potential to immediately impact CarlisleIT’s existing client base with new innovations and processes.
- John Berlin, President of CarlisleIT
Located in Toronto, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital (HBK) supports children and youth from across Canada that are living with disability, medical complexity, illness and injury. Myant and HBK work together to create innovative textile-based solutions that are changing the lives of children and youth around the globe.
Myant has a bold and innovative team that is committed to making a difference in people’s lives. Their vision aligns closely with that of Holland Bloorview, which is the most meaningful and healthy futures for all children, youth and families.
– Tom Chau, Vice-President of Research, Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Mayo Clinic is a world renowned, U.S based nonprofit organization committed to clinical practice, education and research. Myant has an exclusive license to Mayo Clinic’s proprietary heart monitoring and arrhythmia detection technology for use in Textile Computing or smart clothing projects. The collaboration aims to bring comfort and confidence to people who suffer from or are at risk of developing Atrial Fibrillation (AFib).
Our collaboration with Myant has the potential to help people access Mayo Clinic healthcare expertise regardless of where they live, and to help those at risk of heart arrhythmias proactively understand and address issues related to their health.
- Paul Friedman, M.D., Chair of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayoclinic
ZOLL Medical Corporation, develops and markets medical devices and software solutions that help advance emergency care and save lives. Myant and Zoll have a strategic multi-year Research & Development agreement to jointly develop technologies that will be leveraged in future generations of the ZOLL LifeVest® wearable defibrillator. The LifeVest is worn by patients at risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD).
This collaboration with Myant aligns with ZOLL’s longstanding commitment to research and development with the goal of improving patient outcomes. We are excited to combine efforts with Myant and leverage their strong R&D capabilities, advanced manufacturing, and broad research capabilities from its Centers for Excellence in Canada and the U.S.
- Jason T. Whiting, President of ZOLL LifeVest.
Founded in 1990, BTI has evolved into state-of-the-art Printed Electronics Solutions provider. BTI provides Capacitive Touch Circuits and Human Machine Interfaces (HMI); Wearable / Stretchable Circuits for e-Textiles; Printed IoT Sensors, Antennas, and Heaters. Butler has licensed Myant their wearable electro-luminescent (EL) lamp technology and is a participant in the Digital Textile Factory.
This partnership will extend our established expertise in functional printing and printed electronics into new applications, notably as they relate to Textile Computing and its application in military, industrial, medical, apparel and other industries.
- Nadine Tripodi, President and Owner of BTI