Category: Product Design

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What the Internet of Things means for Fashion- WhichPLM

via What the Internet of Things means for Fashion In their second guest piece for WhichPLM this year, Dassault Systèmes explores the Internet of Things in our industry, discussing RFID, smart technology, and PLM. Dassault Systèmes – or, the 3DEXPERIENCE company – is a French multinational business that specializes in 3D design, 3D digital mock-up,…

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Модная Россия: инвестиции в одежду позволяют изменить ее внешний вид и процесс покупки

ELSE Corp on Forbes Russia: Fashion Business, Venture Capital and the Future of Shopping Experience

via Модная Россия: инвестиции в одежду позволяют изменить ее внешний вид и процесс покупки by Александр Баулин Выходцы с постсоветского пространства осваивают рынок моды и как инвесторы, и как создатели стартапов Фото Droppel Инвестиции в мир Стартап Dropel Fabrics, создающий долговечные материалы для одежды из хлопка и пряжи, получил инвестиции в $100 000 от фонда Fashion Tech…

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Adidas will finally start selling shoes made by its robot factory

Adidas will finally start selling shoes made by its robot factory

via Adidas will finally start selling shoes made by its robot factory The first model made specifically for London will be out as soon as October 19th.   The robot factory Adidas built in Germany is now fully functional and ready to start making the first Speedfactory shoe that will be sold to the public….

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Fast Company: This fashion startup connects you to the artisans who made your luxury bag

via This fashion startup connects you to the artisans who made your luxury bag For centuries, Italian craftsmanship has been prized for its quality and beauty. That’s why luxury brands from Chanel to Prada have flocked to small Italian villages to find the best artisanal workshops and factories to make clothes, bags, and other accessories….

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Launch of else.shoes™ & 3D Retail Revolution, theMicam 2017- Milan: EVENT VIDEO

Launch of else.shoes™ & 3D Retail Revolution, theMicam 2017- Milan At theMICAM, the international B2B exhibition dedicated to footwear, ELSE Corp– a Virtual Retail Company, along with its main business partners, presented its innovative experimental platform for the Footwear Industry: else.shoes™. It is the result of more than two years of technology research and numerous…

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The Future of Footwear: From Mass Customization to Factory on Demand- meet ELSE Corp at MCPC2017!

The 2017 World Mass Customization & Personalization Conference (MCPC 2017) Customization 4.0: Elevating Mass Customization to a New Level Mass customization and personalization (MCP) strategies aim to profit from the fact that people are different. Their objective is to turn customer heterogeneities into opportunities, hence addressing “long tail” business models. The objective of mass customization…

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What Will The Customer Experience Look Like In 2020? Digitalist Magazine

What Will The Customer Experience Look Like In 2020? Mark de Bruijn We are living in an age in which retail chains are going bust by the score, which means the need for an optimal customer experience is clearer than ever. Developing at breakneck speed, modern technology offers many opportunities to further enrich the experience….

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The Self-taught design system- Design World

via designworldonline.com The Self-taught design system August 22, 2017 Leslie Langnau   Just where will artificial intelligence fit in with CAD software? Here’s a look at where developments stand now, and a preview of what might be coming. Jean Thilmany, Contributing Editor Artificial intelligence has a place in the future of computer-aided design technology, but…

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Josè Neves (Farfecth) rilancia le sneaker Swear: ora sono luxury e custom made- LaConceria

via Laconceria.it “La personalizzazione è rivoluzionaria”. Josè Neves (Farfecth) rilancia le sneaker Swear: ora sono luxury e custom made José Neves, fondatore del portale Farfecth.com, 22 anni fa lanciò un brand di sneaker unisex: Swear. Oggi lo rilancia, puntando sulla customizzazione e su un upgrading di lusso. Il nuovo modello di vendita, lanciato online martedì,…

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