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Report 1 – “Nanotechnology: The Next Small Thing”, Fung Business Intelligence Centre, July 2015.

This report contains charts and graphs that can explain how the use of nanotechnology in textiles is expanding, as it can offers previously unknown functions of textile materials. In recent years, the textile industry has been generally using nanotechnology in the creation of intelligent fabrics and clothing. This use of nanoparticles, enables textiles to become multifunctional, so manufacturers can now for example produce fabrics with antibacterial, waterproof, stain-repellent or odor-resistant properties.

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— Fung Business Intelligence Centre, July 2015.

“Smart textiles are one of the major future areas for the application of nanotechnology, and scientists are working on embedding nanoelectronic devices into them. Some garments can now provide health monitoring, body temperature monitoring, and power generation and storage to enable communication with the outside world.”

— Fung Business Intelligence Centre, July 2015.

Report 2 – “A Survey on Intelligent Textile Export Business in Rajasthan”, Bindu Sharma and Garima Tiwari, January 2015.

There is a section is this report that highlights how smart textile can face various challenges related to several dimensions as technology, infrastructure, governmental barriers, and attitudes of the buyers, marketing as hurdle, diversification, and competition. In order to achieve an important global presence in the global market, the industry will have to learn to overcome these challenges to create its place in terms of innovative and high-tech products.

“According to Ministry of textile, the above chart reveals that the 39% of highest share comprises of spinning sector followed by 22% composite up gradation of fabric, 12% of cotton ginning and pressing, 10% processing of fibre; yarns; fabric & garments, 8% weaving, 6% garment manufacturing, and the remaining 3% comprises of synthetic filament yarn texturing and crimping.”

— Bindu Sharma and Garima Tiwari, January 2015.

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