Assyst to show 3D digitalisation effects at Texprocess

February 13, 2019 - Germany

Assyst, a member of the Human Solutions Group company, will be taking part in the Texprocess tradefair at Frankfurt am Main, Germany, from May 14-17, 2019. At the fair, the Assyst team will demonstrate how companies in the apparel industry are ushering in the next stage of 3D digitalisation and benefiting from it across all product phases.

Digitalisation is still the topic of the clothing industry, and Assyst will be focusing on showing visitors how digital working can succeed right from the start, thanks to the perfect integration of Assyst products and solutions for fast and efficient apparel product development, according to a press release by Human Solutions Group. Under the motto ‘Collaborate now’, the company will also be showing visitors how all relevant 3D content can be distributed, jointly edited and advanced – in the Cloud.

The integration of technologies from other companies is also an important topic for the successful digitalisation of the industry, and Assyst will also be addressing this at the Texprocess: Together with the Digital Textile Connection. Assyst will be demonstrating how the combination of technologies in the field of material and colour imaging can raise 3D to a new and exciting level of reality, reliably transporting colour-accurate information across various process steps. The company will also take part in a Microfactory this year again, showing how digitalisation makes new business models possible.

“We’re all running a high ‘trade fair fever’ here right now,” said Dr Andreas Seidl, CEO of the Human Solutions Group. “Our booth plan has been drawn up – and I can tell you this much – we’ll be showcasing some really exciting highlights! With Vidya Sketch, working with 3D becomes even more efficient – and thanks to its outstanding imagery, we can create absolutely binding designs that provide a real basis for decision-making in product development. We will also be showcasing a digital showroom designed to meet the needs of the industry and enable the next level of digital working beyond product development.” (PC)