Top 10 most amazing textile Revolution in future

Top 10 most amazing textile Revolution in future

Textile industry is one of the industries which doesn’t look like it fluctuates much. Right? Well, think again! In this age of technological advancement it is logical to assume that every industry is bound to keep a futuristic outlook. Futuristic textiles are a thing now; be it the outgoing and bold dresses generally associated with the Western world, or the reserved and modest dresses linked to the conservative and Muslim world. Every corner of the world is certain to be shook by the advancements in the textile industry.

Below are listed the ten of the most amazing textiles of the future:

1. Apparels which will be able to self-clean!

Yes, you read that right! Dr. Rajesh from an Australian university namely Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology led the research which made significant discoveries’ about the structure of different elements of cotton, which can clean themselves. Although, it is still work in progress, the scientists are hopeful for it to become a realty soon.

Self-cleaning clothes might be a thing in the near future. People who do their laundry know the hassle they have to go through. Gathering the clothes, putting them in the machine, and getting them through a dryer; all with the super wet surf and lather. This hassle is all but about to end in the future.

2. Vibrating sportswear

There are many instances of sports where precision and accuracy is required to get going. Take for example the throwing of a cricket ball at a specific angle set by the cricketing lawmakers. The angle is fifteen degrees of elbow joint which can be straightened while bowling. To make young cricket bowlers make sure they practice this legal angle; Cricflex is a startup producing arm wear which vibrates if your bowling action falls short of the legal fifteen degrees.

Likewise, fitness clothing which include gymnastics, aerobics, and other such sports which require precise angles are jumping on vibrating sportswear bandwagon.

3. Clothes with recycled ocean plastic

Plastic waste is a big concern for ocean life. Plastic waste is being used to create sportswear and in the near future shall be recycled to make routine apparels which can be worn like normal clothes.  Adidas made football jerseys for a few football clubs like Man United which were made of ocean plastic which turn into textile goods.

4. Colour shifting clothes

Ever wondered what would it be like to attend different themed parties wearing the same shirt? Not a good idea, right? Well in the near future you can do so as the colors of the shirt will shift as per your requirement. Attend as many parties as you like wearing the same shirt but adorning different colours!

5. LED Lights enable cloths

Models, TV stars, and all those red carpet musicians tend to wear eye-catching sharp outfits. In the futuristic outlook of such red carpet events, the musicians, rappers, and models might be seen wearing these LED enabled clothes which give off unique effects due to the built-in LED system. It shall be a customizable LED system with designs and colors of our choosing.

6. Built-in Medical data censors and health monitoring system

Health is wealth! Scientists are working on a line of clothing which collects your medical-grade information, converts it into data and shall be sued to diagnose the wearer of any disease beforehand. Apart from the basic diseases, this might be helpful in diagnosing major diseases like cancer, tuberculosis, and other such ailments.

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7. Go smart with your smart clothes like smartphone.

No need to worry about taking out your smartphone from your pocket every now and then. Whether it’s the cold, or you are riding a bike or cycle, no need to put in the extra effort to attend to a call or reply to a text! These are the futuristic clothing add-ons that shall be offered by the apparel companies in collaboration with the smartphone companies. One example is the Commuter Trucker Jacket which is made by the famous company Levi’s.

8. Revolution of apparel by banana fiber

Revolution of textile by banana fiber- waste material
Revolution of textile by banana fiber- waste material

The banana fiber is epitome of strength and durability. The stem of the banana tree is sued to make this fiber and is extremely durable as well as environment friendly. The cost associated with these fibers is therefore very less, which in turn produces cost effective clothing. Therefore, the needy people can benefit from this type of fiber clothing in textile industry.

9. Massager garb

Visiting a massager after a tiring day of work or sport might not be the last thing on your mind. To counter this a full-fledged garb is there to massage you while you lay down for a quick rest. The combination of censors and corresponding vibrations make massage movements on key areas of the body, and the result is a complete home massage.

10. Fruits fiber & Nooo ! animal

Leather products are expensive and brutal as they are procured after some animal is killed for the hides. An increasing number of customers want to play no role in this brutal killing spree of animals. Organizations like PETA which work for animal protection have raised their voices too. Therefore, the fruit waste like apple left from juice production is being used as a fiber for clothes.

What’s RFID, How it works & Application

What's RFID, How it works & Application

We all have the experience to visit shopping mall and supermarket to purchase various types of goods. This is the most popular way to buy essential products like cloths, household and groceries etc. Why not ? Because it’s bring us the all necessary items at. Ace where we can choose from. But In this vast of facilities we feel so bored while the cashier scan the barcode or QR code one by one to calculate the grand total. As per marketing theory the babies are looking for chocolate and snacks in this scanning time and add extra expenses on third cash memo. This the time most of the customer doesn’t want to spend for nothing.

How it would be if all the goods are calculated at a time without spending any more time? Yeah!! that’s possible with RFID (Radio frequency identification) technology.

What’s RFID & how it works?

What's RFID, How it works & Application
What’s RFID, How it works & Application

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a technology where the smart label or RFID tags store the digital data enclosed it and can be read via  radio wave. It’s detect the goods from any dimensions without place the code like barcode or QR code.

RFID belongs to a group of technologies referred to as Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC). AIDC methods automatically identify objects, collect data about them, and enter the data directly into computer systems with little or no human intervention. RFID methods utilize radio waves to accomplish this.
At a simple level, RFID systems consist of three components: an RFID tag or smart label, an RFID reader, and an antenna.
RFID tags contain an integrated circuit and an antenna, which are used to transmit data to the RFID reader (also called an interrogator).

The reader then converts the radio waves to a more usable form of data. Information collected from the tags is then transferred through a communications interface to a host computer system where the data can be stored in a database and analyzed later.

Before diving deep into the working of RFID, let’s explore the different components that it comprises.

The major part that RFID consists of are:

1. RFID tag
2. RFID reader

Describe about RFID Tag
An RFID tag consists of an embedded transmitter and a receiver. RFID component comprises two parts:

1. Integrated circuit: It’s used for storing and processing the information.
2. Antenna: It’s used to transmit and receive signals.

RFID tags also have non-volatile memory storage, which includes either programmable or fixed logic for sensor data and transmission.

Tags can be categorised by

Tags can becategorized as:
1. Passive: This tag remains dormant since it has no battery. It uses the reader’s signal energy to turn on the tag along with reflecting a signal back to the reader that carries the information.

2. Active: Active RFID tags have a battery in it that transmits signals periodically. These tags have a range of up to 100 meters due to the presence of a battery. Due to this, active tags are useful in location tracking applications.

3. Battery-assisted passive: These tags do contain a battery, but it doesn’t transmit signals periodically like that of active RFID tags.

The battery is used to turn the tag when it receives a signal, which enables all the energy from the reader’s signal to reflect

Application of RFID

This is very advanced technology that can be used in various industries to track down easily any goods or item. Here are a discussed about a few industry for and it’s advantage.


  • Livestock tracking
  • Exact food for exact animal
  • Routine health check-up
  • Measuring annual growth

Garment industry

  • Production management
  • Shipment chain
  • Warehouse store
  • Retail business
  • Guarantee and warranty validation

Library system

  • Amount of books contain in the liberty
  • Track the lost book in the library building
  • Book rent ledger

Jewelry track

  • Amount of jewelry and it’s marker value.
  • Find specific design on shelf
  • Their protection
  • Easy to find customers price range at a time.

Supply chain management

  • Find out the manufacturer and it’s receiver destination
  • The desired good is correct or wrong?
  • The goods correct warehouse before shipment.
  • The correct ship for shipment.


RFID is a technology which can be used to handle huge number of content at a time whatever it’s is a large storage with minimum man power. In that case the store manager should have adept with this technology as well.  Please write down in comments below what you think about this technology?