Innovative smart textiles & entrepreneurship

Textile sector analysis

A report about market needs, latest information about materials, production, and technologies.

Virtual training

Innovative materials and methodology for students and professionals with several
knowledge depth levels.

Transversal knowledge

Our partnership is composed by several required areas of expertise such as universities, clusters and companies.

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HACKTEX PROJECT

Developing innovative pedagogical tools

The textile sector in Europe is surrounded by newly and determinant changes and challenges. Nowadays, the digitalisation and the intelligence endowment of the industrial processes are essential for the development of the industry and for the greening process that all sectors transversally shall implement to advance to the climate neutrality.

In that sense, HACKTEX project aims at developing innovative pedagogical tools to improve the skills of engineering students on higher education in relation to innovation and, particularly, in the field of smart textiles.

The Project raises a proposal that is oriented to the reassessment of the sector dynamics by enhancing and targeting the skills of the future workforce generations, producing competitive products, developing the 4.0 industry and giving to the sector adaptability to external inputs and demands… in conclusion, endow the textile industry with resilience starting from the beginning of its value chain: the students’ education and training.  

Deepening in smart textiles and matching the science field with new technologies and the textile sector, means giving a renewed potential, a consolidated competitivity and an important green component to the European textile industry.

For that, the needs for digital education responding to the identified gaps and mismatches related to skills and competences that are needed to open up new opportunities enabled by smart textiles research into advanced textiles’ manufacturing. It will provide HEIs with valuable methodologies and tools to use in day-to-day training future specialists in the field of advanced/smart textiles. The skills generated based on the tools and methodologies developed by HACTEX for digital training will then transfer to the industry.

Hacktex launches its 1st Newsletter!

HACKTEX has just released its 1st newsletter that features the project progress and current status, the latest news and the ongoing activities. In this issue, the most relevant information is the general overview of the project, that is provided at the introduction,...

Hacktex consortium meets in Athens for its 2nd TPM!

Last Tuesday, July 26th, #Hacktexproject consortium met for its second Transnational Project Meeting in Athens, Greece. The meeting was hosted by Cre.Thi.Dev. and started with a welcome from Mr. Dimos Papakpnstantinou. Right after that, Ms. Luminita Ciobanu, from...

Hacktex project starts with the aim to new training programs for Smart Textiles

HACKTEX project is co-financed by the European Commission's ERASMUS + program under the Cooperation partnerships in higher education call with the Grant Agreement number 2021-1-RO01-KA220-HED-000027527. The project started on 1st February 2022, it has a duration of 30...
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Acknowledgement

HACKTEX project (Innovative smart textiles & entrepreneurship; project reference number 2021-1-RO01-KA220-HED-000027527) is co-funded by European Union.

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