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Protection and
safety first

During the deployment, smart clothing can provide improved protection and enhanced operational readiness. With the help of integrated sensors, the clothing measures vital signs, examines the environment for hazards and alerts the wearer to any potential threats.


Cold and wet conditions in particular can affect the performance on the ground. Suitable clothing with water-repellent and heatable properties sustainably increases health and effectiveness during tactical operations. Based on the Sensor-Fusion System, individual garments can evaluate the body temperature and autonomously warm up the clothing so that the body in specific areas.


For more efficient coordination of troops, the integrated localization function and wireless communication can facilitate the operation and reduce response time.

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Functions of smart wear for the defence forces
Vulpés wearable heating and cooling technology


Energy generation and harvesting with wearable and stationary devices

Energy harvesting

Vulpés smart illumination technology for smart clothing and wearable devices

Intelligent lighting systems

Measuring of fatigue levels

Measurement of fatigue states

Vulpés measuring of vital signs and physiological data

Vital Signs Monitoring

Object recognition system

Object recognition systems

Vulpes smart heated clothing for defence

Example - smart thermo-regulating clothing

Microclimate in clothing

Thermoregulating garments offer the advantage of maintaining the user's performance and preventing cold or heat-related injuries and fatigue.


The technology can be integrated into a variety of clothing items from shoes to t-shirts and gloves, and uses heating or cooling elements, battery systems and sensors to create a customized microclimate within the garments.


Smart heated or cooled clothing can also be tailored to individual preferences and needs, with customizable settings that allow the wearer to adjust the temperature and number of cooling or heating zones to meet specific needs.


Using Vulpés Sensor-Fusion System, the clothing item can be autonomously controlled and adapt to changes in the outside temperature or wearer's vital signs.

Vulpés smart clothing measuring fatigue levels for defence

Example - Assessing states of exhaustion

Diagnostics in clothing

The soldiers perform at their best under extreme physical and mental stress. By monitoring physiological data, smart clothing can detect signs of fatigue or overexertion, allowing them to intervene early to prevent negative outcomes such as injuries.

Smart clothing can also provide soldiers and commanders real-time feedback, which improves performance and effectiveness in tactical operations. 

Why choosing Vulpés

Access to technology to build smart products

Access to technology

Fast time-to-market from design to delivery of smart goods

Fast time to market

Providing one-stop shop for design, development and production services for smart products

From the idea to implementation

cost efficent development and production of smartwear products

Cost efficient

Experienced team consisting of designers, engineeres and production specialists to digitalize conventional to smart products
High quality of smart wear products due to well-established quality assurance system


Experienced team

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