To monitor the physical condition of people


Developed by local startup KaHa and textile company Tex Line, with support from the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A* STAR), the smart T-shirts, which connect to an app on a smartphone, detect heart disorders and track and record physical fitness data such as heart rate, calories burned and a number of steps.
The smart T-shirt has two layers: the outer layer is made of typical sportswear material, while the inner layer contains carbon electrodes, key sensors used to read the

The price of such T-shirts will be only 20-30% higher than regular sportswear

May 27, 2018 project announcement

Dec. 2, 2018 Testing t-shirts with a hundred runners during a race

Mid-2019 Planned sales launch


State: anticipates the possibility of use in medical Institutions to monitor the condition of patients

Citizens: ability to track their physical condition For people involved in sports, as well as for home use







Stages to raise a civil conflict
I see, and I feel that current governments balance the second and third stages. Something is wrong with our society. Politics don't listen.
Don’t believe anyone who tells you that you must change
Don't believe anyone who tells you that you must change yourself in order to succeed. Chasing false goals, you will either achieve nothing...



 smart cities, space, science, technology, quantumgovernmenteconomicsSDGcitizens, healthcare, education, properties, transportation, infrastructure, municipal services, energy, climate, events, art, games, architecture, startups, influencers, brands, pioneerswellbeing, innovator's dictionary, history, design, academy