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Telmat Industries makes new body scanner for apparel firms
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Sep '15
Telmat Industries, a company specialising in providing IT solutions for the telecoms, 3D vision, and internet security domains, has developed the SYMCAD III 3D body scanner, a new hi-tech solution for automatically taking complete or partial measurements of the human body.

SYMCAD III is an ideal solution for made-to-measure clothing businesses, for sizing clothes as well as having applications in the fitness and healthcare markets. The SYMCAD III is unique in the market of scanners using depth sensors as it provides a realistic representation of the human body and makes it possible to visually detect static markers such as stickers and labels. Interactive tools take specific measurements in relation to different body shapes. SYMCAD III automatically analyses body shape and body posture, according to a press release.

iAdept, India's premier dealer of condition monitoring systems and advance technology instruments like digital data collector, data collector software, represents Telmat scanner related products across the country.

Telmat has developed two different 3D solutions depending on their use: SYMCAD III – C “Cabin version” and SYMCAD III – T “Transportable version”. SYMCAD III – C is particularly well suited to taking measurements in stores and can be fitted with an extension to allow customers to undress. The solution works particularly well in the context of supplying professional clothing or uniforms; between 40 to 50 people an hour can be measured. It can be set up and operated by the client as the solution does not require any specialised knowledge or training.

SYMCAD III makes it possible to offer customers made-to-measure, comfortable and elegant garments for the price of off-the-peg garments. User-friendly, self-operating and fun to use, SYMCAD vocally guides customers as soon as they enter the booth. The client is welcomed in a pleasant atmosphere. The measurements are taken in soft lighting. The colour of the client's underclothes and skin colour in no way affect the measurements. The solution also employs cutting-edge technology to eliminate electronic and optical interference.

Brijesh Kumar, iAdept executive director said, “India preferred made to measure tailoring for ordering clothing for long. Online shopping and wave of brands invading markets made Bespoke tailoring exclusive to the rich club. Established bespoke shops and upcoming chains are looking at solutions which can provide exclusive scanning experience while enjoying the most accurate measure without touch.” (GK)

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