AFC iQmax® at MEDICA 2019 – Weaving Smart Healthcare Solutions with Taiwan Intelligent Textiles

Being renowned for the world’s leading source of functional textiles, advanced manufacturing capabilities in electronics, and high medical quality, Taiwan has gained itself strong advantages in developing intelligent healthcare textiles, where the three aforementioned industries intersect.

Asiatic Fiber Corporation (AFC®) is a long-established and the most professional medical textile company in Taiwan. Our team is dedicated to devise smart healthcare solutions to enhance the quality and efficiency of traditional healthcare. At present, we are proud to introduce our revolutionary iQmax® Intelligent Textile Modules, which are uniquely designed to pair with corresponding iQmax® mobile apps for thermotherapy, electrotherapy and muscle training.


iQmax® Heated Module is best known for its superior quality, washability, bendability, and customizable heating temperatures. They can be easily integrated into
apparel for heating and soothing. Today, we present our APP+ Heated Module, offering a high-tech while user-friendly interface that is easily controllable with smart devices. They are demonstrated in the forms of Smart Heated Eye Mask, Smart Heated Gel Pad, and any possible design that suits the healthcare needs.

Electrotherapy & Muscle Training

Replacing the bulky TENS & EMS devices and gel electrodes, we now offer a state-of-the-art solution for rehab, improving blood circulation and relieving muscle pain by stimulating your nerves with our APP+ Wearable TENS Textiles, which can be easily operated by connecting to your smartphones. On the other hand, we also showcase our APP+ Wearable EMS Supports that can be paired with smartphone App via Bluetooth, bringing comfort, convenience and creativity together, and making the exercises and trainings much simpler than ever.

Visit AFC® at the WT | Wearable Technologies Show at MEDICA 2019 in Hall 13 Booth D46 and learn more about iQmax®.

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Ramona Socher is Online Editor at WT | Wearable Technologies