It doesn't take an expert to see that digitalization is permanently changing all areas of society: day-to-day life and communication, art and culture, as well as the economy. And, of course, the fashion industry. Production already benefits from the use of new technologies. Many aspects of factories today are automated and self-optimized. Processes are more intelligent, more dynamic – the smart factory is already a reality.
Automation and self-optimization
The term 'smart factory' describes a simple, basic principle: machines and software are always more capable when they are automated and networked. This allows them to communicate with each other and exchange data, which is then analyzed in order to uncover potential for optimization.
Products are consistently produced more efficiently from planning to logistics