Scandinavian tech tour on virtual apparel development
26 October 2015 | News | Source: Leonie Barrie
A Scandinavian technology tour is being organised next month to bring the very latest 3D virtual and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) innovations to apparel companies in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.
Taking place from 17 to 20 November, the tour is being organised by product development experts Gerber Technology and Alvanon, in collaboration with Scandinavian apparel development technology suppliers Amatec and ACG Nyström.
Entitled ‘Transforming apparel development with virtual technologies,’ each one-day seminar programme will explain how apparel retailers, brands, designers and manufacturers can use advanced 3D virtual product development and PLM innovations to make fashion better, faster and more profitable.
Attendance is free to apparel industry professionals but pre-registration is required.
Ed Gribbin, president of Alvanon, and Michael Lock, principal PLM consultant with Gerber Technology will share their insight and expertise across a key range of topics including the most effective 3D virtual product development technologies; best practice in apparel sizing and fit; working with PLM versus PDM (Product Development Management) platforms; and harnessing the power of the unstoppable Internet of Things (IoT).
In addition, local partners Robert Olsson, head of CAD/CAM/PLM division and Åsa Hegardt, PLM presales of ACG Nyström AB and Margit Karin Aarset, sales and application engineer of Amatec, will explain how they can advise local companies on best current product development practices and support with the full range of 3D-based and PLM solutions.
The tour begins at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Helsinki on 17 November, moves to the Elite Palace Hotel in Stockholm on 18 November, Næringslivets Hus in Oslo on 19 November, and concludes at the Scandic Copenhagen on 20 November.