We enable wearable innovation by integrating electronics into textiles. In our wearable lab we enable different partners to develop from idea to smart garment. Use our stretchable electronic circuits, operating system and expertise in agile wearable technology development in your wearable development.

Wearable Innovation

Our 5 core competences enable rapid wearable development from idea to product.

In our Wearable Lab we have all facilities available for R&D, testing, prototyping and production of wearables in all phases of development.

Wearable projects

Together with partners we developed several prototypes and products.

Showcase products

Wearable projects

Together with partners we developed several prototypes and products.

Showcase products

Sceincesuit+hardware products

Quickly develop your wearable using our R&D hardware

We have 3 R&D hardware kits available to quickly validate and test your ideas.

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News

Elitac signs contract for final development and commercialization of BalanceBelt

The so-called BalanceBelt, which has been worked on for fifteen years, will be on the market next year. The tool will not only help to maintain balance, but also gives patients the confidence to participate in daily life again.
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Teijin Invests in Dutch Venture Elitac to Expand Total Safety Solutions

On November 29 Teijin acquired 25,000 shares, or 20 percent of the outstanding shares of Elitac B.V.. The shares were purchased through Teijin Aramid B.V., the core company of the Teijin Group’s aramid business, located in Arnhem, The Netherlands.
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Elitac presents Mission Navigation Belt 2.0 at Purple NECtar

Purple NECtar is a yearly event where SME’s, knowledge institutes and Defence show their latest innovations. This year, Elitac presented the results of 2 years of development of the Mission Navigation Belt 2.0.
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Safety Region Groningen wins Innovation Award with Sentaz!

During the annual Dutch firefighter conference on October 5, 2017, the Jan van der Heyden Innovation Award was awarded to the Groningen Safety Region. The submitted innovation is the tactile navigation system developed by Sentaz.
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