Leading the sector with innovations it offers in the field of technology as well as fashion, DeFacto took its place in Teknofest, Turkey’s first and only aviation, space and technology festival. DeFacto will introduce its smart clothes to Teknofest visitors, which will be held in Ankara between 30 August and 3 September.
DeFacto, which continuously improves its technological infrastructure in order to adapt quickly and effectively to the changing shopping habits with the development of technology, continues to integrate technology into its clothing designs. DeFacto will exhibit the clothes developed with its technological infrastructure at Teknofest Ankara between 30 August and 3 September. DeFacto’s warmer jackets that will make a difference in the sector and smart technical clothes developed with TÜBİTAK will be presented to the festival visitors for the first time. DeFacto will also provide Teknofest participants with a VR experience with its own content.
We will make a difference in the sector with our smart technical clothes
As Turkey’s global fashion brand, DeFacto CPO Rahmi Say talked about the products they brought together with Teknofest visitors and said, “With the developing technologies all over the world, we also include diversity in our production processes. We always aim to lead the sector with our technological infrastructure. We took our place in the festival to introduce smart clothes to Teknofest visitors. For the first time, we are bringing our coats with water and windproof fabrics, which protect body temperature even at the lowest temperatures, with heating equipment, and our smart technical products developed with TÜBİTAK, to Teknofest visitors for the first time. These products, which we have developed with TÜBİTAK, will make a difference among wearable technologies by breaking new ground in the sector with their design and technical features that monitor health in difficult conditions, provide personal security, have special fabrics, and include temperature sensors. We are happy to take part in Teknofest, Turkey’s first and only aviation, space and technology festival, with our technological and innovative approach.”
Received full marks from Turkish scientists
Saying that prototypes of smart technical clothing developed in cooperation with DeFacto and TÜBİTAK have been tested by Turkish scientists in the past months, Rahmi Say said, “The prototypes of our products, which we developed with TÜBİTAK and which include sensors that monitor health, are the 3rd National Arctic Scientific Research Research carried out under the coordination of TÜBİTAK MAM Polar Research Institute. It was tested for 1 month by Turkish scientists involved in the expedition. Our prototype products, worn in the harsh conditions of the Arctic Ocean, were delivered by the 3rd National Arctic Scientific Research Expedition Coordinator Prof. Dr. She got full marks from Burcu Özsoy and her team.” DeFacto will bring together its products that will make a difference in the sector with the visitors at Teknofest, the world’s largest aviation, space and technology festival held in Ankara for the first time after Istanbul. Free admission will be provided by registering online for Teknofest, which will continue for 5 days between 30 August and 3 September at Ankara Etimesgut Airport.