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Micro-Dress

Micro-Dress Project

Ecology and wearable functionality in garments can co‐exist. Add this up to a consumer‐centered business scenario, where you will be able to configure your wished sensors or monitoring devices, and also the degree of eco‐friendliness of your outfits and enjoy smart, natural and healthy garments.

SERVIVE

SERVIVE project

SERVIVE Project was launched to foster the implementation of flexible production alternatives to the standard mass production systems and the development of innovative web-based services that will enable customers to purchase corresponding products with larger flexibility, less perceived risk, and more enjoyment.

Garifalia Sebou

Garifalia has been working with ATC since 2007. She holds a BSc Degree in Political Science & Public Administration from the University of Athens. She is working in the ATC Innovation Lab as a Project Dissemination Manager overseeing the unit's dissemination, marketing and internet marketing activities. She has been involved in EU R&D and National funded projects since 2008.

Garifalia Sebou

FASHION-ABLE

The FASHION-ABLE project aims at providing the European fashion SMEs, namely those focused on innovation and customization, with technologies enabling flexible, eco-efficient production of personalised products.