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How’s US tech firm Gerber Technology making Indian apparel makers Industry 4.0-ready?

US-based Gerber Technology, which provides ground-breaking tech solutions to customers in various sectors including fashion, and its on-site distribution associate India Industrial Garment Machines Pvt. Ltd. (IIGM), an integrated firm that represents a host of big names in industrial garment technology, recently held conferences in New Delhi at the Suryaa and in Bengaluru at ITC WelcomeHotel.

The theme of the events was ‘Embrace Your Digital Reality’ under which integrated automation solutions were presented to Indian garment manufacturers and fashion firms.

The conferences were attended by around 100 top-level executives from around 55 companies to experience the live demonstration of Industry 4.0 solutions. “To keep up with fierce competition and to stay on top of the game innovative tools, integrated processes, and reliable tech-and service partners are the pre-requisite,” Michael Lock, Director Global Business Development, Gerber Technology said.

At the shows, the 11.0 version of AccuPlan software by Gerber was demonstrated to help companies understand how they can enhance their production efficiencies by up to 85 percent. Besides, product lifecycle management (PLM) best practices were also explained in detail to maximise profit and lessen the inventory risks at companies.

Interestingly, how 3D technology addresses needs across the product lifecycle from sampling, to sourcing, to fit and ecommerce – was presented by Gerber via its AccuMark 2D-3D solution to the manufacturers to reduce their production time and streamline numerous operations, and also reduce error rate.

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