Across the technical textiles space, no sector throws up more innovations than the military and security services. Here, rather than working away to connect our garments to our phones, textile manufacturers are often tasked with providing a functional solution to professions that push back the boundaries of fabric performance.
Last month, the biennial Milipol homeland security event attracted over 1,000 exhibitors and almost 30,000 visitors, as industry experts descended on Paris, France to showcase the latest innovations in defence technology. Here, UK-based textile manufacturer, Heathcoat Fabrics, showcased its latest range of activated carbon liners for military and security applications and garnered significant interest.
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