From left: Nathan Sivagananathan, Chief Growth Officer at MAS Holdings, John Dwyer, VP of Consumer Technology at Flex and Christien Stammel, Founder - Wearable Technologies Conference showcase a presentation

MAS Holdings has recently partnered with Flextronics International Ltd. to develop revolutionary new wearable technologies that accelerate and integrate the ‘Intelligence of Things’ into clothing and enable more natural, intuitive interactions between people and technology.

Earlier this month, MAS and Flex showcased a new collaborative technology integrated into clothing, at the WT | Wearable Technologies Conference held at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, USA.

“The MAS-Flex partnership will also be extended to working with an ecosystem of independent third-party collaborators. The main areas of focus are developing new technologies, bringing new products to market, and streamlining processes,” the company said in a statement.
Accordingly, this will be done by collaborating on the development of next-generation wearables and smart clothing that is optimized through innovations in technology, textiles and fabrics, Sketch-to-Scale product development offering a simplified development life-cycle for integration of next-generation wearable technology, and improving supply chain efficiency for streamlined production, procurement and distribution.