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Digitalisation will require upgrading of skills: ACIMIT

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Aug '19
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Though every industrial revolution results in radical changes, future technologies will not replace human skills. On the contrary, digitalisation of production will require upgrading of skills to make workers interact with the new tools made available by Industry 4.0, according to Association of Italian Manufacturers of Machinery (ACIMIT) director Federico Pellegata.

ACIMIT is a 60-year-old private non-profit association that promotes the Italian textile machinery sector and supports and promotes its activity, primarily abroad.

Since 2011, ACIMIT has been committed, through the Sustainable Technologies project and the Green Label, to certifying the commitment of its member companies in making their machines more sustainable, both economically and environmentally, Pellegata told Fibre2Fashion in an interview. (DS)

For the full interview, please click here.

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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