Artificial intelligence has enabled the textile and apparel industry to become more sensitive in understanding the fashion tastes and preferences of its customers. In the long run, this will have a constructive impact on the industry as a whole, enabling manufacturers to carry out their production work efficiently, while reducing labor costs and delivering more accurate and quality garments. Just two weeks ago, the Textech Galaxy event, AIFT 2022, was successfully held, attracting thousands of online participants from the industry, cross-border and other related companies, institutes, designers, engineers and experts to inspire more innovation possibilities in the field of textile AI in 2022.
Nowadays, sustainable development has attracted more and more attention from consumers, especially for the younger generation. They hope to not only wear more environment-friendly clothing, but also to trace back to the source of clothing fabrics. At this time, regions with developed fashion industry take this opportunity to set up a source tracing system for clothing fabrics to improve the transparency of clothing materials and manufacturing processes.
The International Healthcare and Textile Sci-Tech Innovation Conference 2019 was held on 27 November 2019 in Shanghai. Emerging science and technologies, functional and healthcare textiles were featured in the zone.
On November 25 and 26, 2019, Textech Galaxy held a Textech Inno Talk at the "Startup Planet" in Hall W5 of the Shanghai New International Expo Centre(SNIEC), which attracted many buyers and visitors to the event. With a startup exhibition and presentation area, the 2-day event attracted a large number of industry professionals in pursuit of innovation to participate in the event and to exchange ideas with startups
The 2nd Artificial Intelligence on Fashion and Textile International Conference (AIFT 2019) successfully concluded on November 26, 2019 in Shanghai. The three-day conference has brought together more than 30 AI researchers in the field of fashion and textile and more than 200 local and overseas industrialists to promote the integration between textile, fashion and artificial intelligence. A number of renowned fashion and textile brands and companies have attended the event.
The conventional production of denim jeans has caused potent environmental pollution. As the concept of sustainability has become more and more popular in recent years, brands and manufacturers start to go green. The symposium focused on new tech and dimensions for the sustainable development of denim, bridging textile, fashion and technologies for better future.