|Pre-agenda rate (expires 15 August, 2017)||EUR 450* per delegate|
|Standard rate||EUR 575* per delegate|
*Includes access to both conference days
We offer group booking discounts for 3 or more attendees from same company. Contact Edward Fearon, email@example.com for more information.
Please note, conference registration and payments are processed by World Textile Information Network (WTiN).
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WTiN has secured special room rate for conference delegates at Novotel Amsterdam City Hotel. If you are interested in staying in this hotel, please email the reservation form to H0515-SB3@accor.com (attention of Group “World Textile Information Network”).
Lead, Future of Production
World Economic Forum
Mutlu Chaouch Orozco
Digital Innovation Analyst
Editor IoTex & Digital Textile
Global IT & Corporate Planning Director
Vice President - Product and Marketing
Member of the Management Board
Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen University
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Industry 4.0, the new industrial revolution, has arrived at the gates of the Textile Industry. Should we extend it a welcome as the start of a dynamic new world, or resist it as a dangerous and unpredictable threat? Must we, indeed, embrace it with enthusiasm if we are to remain relevant in the new industrial order? And what will it mean for our businesses, partnerships, manufacturing infrastructure and supply chain processes?
The Textile 4.0 Conference is the first professional event dedicated to the realities of Industry 4.0 in the Textile Industry. It will shed light on the many developments that are happening even now and provide expert insights into what the future might hold for business and investment decision makers throughout the Textile value chain.
Over two days we will deliver presentations from leading experts on the new, inspiring services and revenue opportunities that can be leveraged using IoT and best practices to enable smart manufacturing. Case study led discussions will help manufacturers understand and build their own business case for investments in pursuit of Industry 4.0 goals.
|If you have a query or want more information about the event, we are here to help.
World Textile Information Network (WTiN) is a B2B media company that lies at the heart of the global textile industry. Serving the textile value chain, from raw material to finished goods, through online, events and publications, WTiN provides the must-have information on manufacturing technology, environment and ethics, textile markets, finance, companies and events. www.wtin.com
We are publishers of ‘IoTex’ magazine that provides readers with an insight into how this innovation is changing the textile value chain, from supply chain management systems to the latest in robotics, monitoring key technical developments across the global economy.
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World Textile Information Network (WTiN)
Conference registration / Welcome coffee
Mark Jarvis, Managing Director, WTiN
Attila Turos, Lead, Future of Production , World Economic Forum
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) case study
Digitalisation as a disruptor of textile and apparel manufacturing business models
Peter Santora , Vice President, Softwear Automation
Tekin Gulsen, Global IT & Corporate Planning Director, Kordsa Global
Chiaretto Calo, Group CEO, IMPRIMA Group
Dieter Stellmach, Management Research, DITF
From dumb product to ‘technology as a service’
Steve Smith, CEO, DPInnovations Inc.
PLM, ERP and the smart revolution
Mark Harrop, CEO, WhichPLM
Turning disruption into innovation: emerging business models
Yariv Bustan, Vice President - Product and Marketing, Twine Solutions
Michel Byvoet, CEO, Bivolino
The Analytics of Things: creating value from big data
12 : 30 pm
Economies in transition: Are you ready for Industry 4.0?
Automation and the workforce
Yves-Simon Gloy, Member of the Management Board, Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen University