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US textile industry turns to IoT technology as gateway to revival

Key to the plan is embedding a variety of tiny semiconductors and sensors into fabrics

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Photonics fibres developed at an MIT lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Far right: Yoel Fink, professor of materials science and electric engineering at MIT, demonstrating how functional fabrics are made.

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Photonics fibres (above) developed at an MIT lab in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Far right: Yoel Fink, professor of materials science and electric engineering at MIT, demonstrating how functional fabrics are made.

New York

WARWICK Mills shows the kind of innovative know-how common among American textile companies that have survived the fierce global competition of recent years.

The small private company in New Hampshire has climbed steadily up the economic ladder of its industry to produce

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