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German Institutes for Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf Center for Management Research Director: Prof. Dr. rer. pol., Dipl.-Ing. Meike Tilebein The New Revolution in Textiles and Fashion Manufacturing: Industry 4.0 and its Implications Industrial Technologies 2016: Creating a Smart Europe 23 June 2016, Amsterdam © DITF-MR Denkendorf 1
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Agenda: The New Revolution in Textiles and Fashion Manufacturing German Institutes of Textile and Fiber Research Industry 4.0: A New Industrial Era Paving the Way to Textile 4.0: Examples © DITF-MR Denkendorf 2
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Europe‘s largest Textile Research Center © DITF-MR Denkendorf 3 German Institutes for Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf (DITF) 1 Institute for Textile Chemistry and Chemical Fibers 2 Institute of Textile Technology and Process Engineering 3 Center for Management Research 4 ITV Denkendorf Product Service GmbH
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Individualized customer-specific (hybrid) products Dynamic processes, highly flexible production Profitable small-series production up to lot-size 1 Demographic change and work-life balance Resource productivity and efficiency New ways of creating value New business models © DITF-MR Denkendorf 7 http://www.bmbf.de/en/19955.php; http://www.bmbf.de/pubRD/Umsetzungsempfehlungen_Industrie4_0.pdf
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Individualized customer-specific (hybrid) products Dynamic processes, highly flexible production Profitable small-series production up to lot-size 1 Demographic change and work-life balance Resource productivity and efficiency New ways of creating value New business models © DITF-MR Denkendorf 8 http://www.bmbf.de/en/19955.php; http://www.bmbf.de/pubRD/Umsetzungsempfehlungen_Industrie4_0.pdf
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E-Business with Made-To-Measure Shirts © DITF-MR Denkendorf 9
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The Fourth Industrial Revolution Individualized customer-specific (hybrid) products Dynamic processes, highly flexible production Profitable small-series production up to lot-size 1
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