Technology and that too automatic technology is now the need of hour as today any company cannot be completely dependent on workforce and to survive in the competitive and tough market scenario technology that can help in survival is essential. To bridge the gap between technology and knowledge Lectra recently inaugurated one if its first experience centre in Gurgaon in collaboration with Apparel Export Promotion Council.
“JOINS HANDS WITH AEPC TO SPREAD WORD ABOUT ADOPTION OF INDUSTRY 4.0 TECHNOLOGY FOR APPAREL INDUSTRY“
Technology and that too connected technology is now the need of hour as today any company cannot be completely dependent on workforce and to survive in the competitive and tough market scenario, technology that can help in survival is essential. To bridge the gap between technology and knowledge, Lectra recently inaugurated one if its kind Industry 4.0 experience center in Gurgaon in collaboration with Apparel Export Promotion Council.
“Technology is essential for growth but along with it, the regular updation about how to use and avail maximum results is also pertinent. This experience center will serve as a knowledge center for any apparel manufacturer who is interested in understanding and adopting to Industry 4.0 and how Lectra through its Industry 4.0 solution suite is simplifying the process of adoption of connected technology in garment manufacturing,” said BT Nagesh, Managing Director, Lectra Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.
He further added, “Many times the technology gets obsolete and manufacturers are not even aware about it; this experience center will be open for all technical people/manufacturers who want to understand/update the technology right from suite from product development to manufacture planning,” he added.
The experience center was inaugurated by AEPC Chairman HKL Magu along with Rakesh Vaid- Vice Chairman, ATDC and B T Nagesh- MD, Lectra India at the Apparel House Sector 44 Gurgaon, which also saw prominent and senior management members from Shahi Exports, Orient Craft, Pearl Global, Neetee Clothing, Radnik Exports, Pee-Empro, Matrix Clothing and many others from the industry were present at this event. They highly appreciated the idea and congratulated the efforts of Lectra Team in educating and informing industry about technology and encouraged its adoption.
Industry representative (apparel exporters) interested in adopting to Industry 4.0 technology, with prior appointments from AEPC (web-booking) can now visit the experience center set-up on the 7th floor of Apparel House to get a first-hand experience of the Industry 4.0 solution suite (Virtual garment creation and visualization, pattern making and 3 D prototyping, advance marker making solutions etc.)
and see how technology interventions in their operations from product development to manufacture planning would help them digitally transform their businesses enabling them to be future ready.
The event was followed by networking and dinner.