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ICAC launches World Cotton Database


The International Cotton Advisory Committee
(ICAC) and Generation 10 Ltd (G10), a leading
provider of commodity supply chain software
solutions, announce the successful launch of the
ICAC World Cotton Database. The World Cotton

Database, enables users to collect,


manage and analyze cotton statistics online.
Founded in 1939, the ICAC has a mission to
assist governments in fostering a healthy world
cotton economy by raising awareness, providing
information and serving as a catalyst for
cooperative action on issues of international
significance. As a part of this mission, the ICAC
helps to provide transparency to the world cotton
market via access to the World Cotton Database
on its website. The G10 solution replaces the
previous static database with an innovative,
intuitive and powerful user interface that allows
users to really digest and analyze the data.
G10 are a paramount provider of software
services to the cotton sector," said Dr. Terry
Townsend, Executive Director. We are very
pleased with G10's solution. It has enhanced the
ICAC's ability to fulfill our mission and goals.
Anyone who logs on to our site can now drill into
the data that we have always provided, but now
they can access it via intuitive charts and graphs."
Our d3 product provides intuitive, engaging user
interfaces to help people collect, manage,
distribute and respond to information much more
effectively
with
full
traceability
and
accountability. Transparency, value and ease-ofuse are at the core of what we try to do," said Mr.
Richard Williamson, CEO of Generation 10 Ltd.
It was an honour to be given the opportunity to
work with the ICAC on this project."
The ICAC World Cotton Database was prelaunched on 18th September, prior to its debut at
the ICAC's 72nd Plenary Meeting in Cartagena,
Colombia and is now available online.
Source: International Cotton Advisory Committee,
http://www.fibre2fashion.com/, September 24, 2013

Texprocess Americas 2014 Symposium to


address technological advancements
The latest technology, applications, and
advancements in the sewn products industry will
be presented by experts and leaders during the
Texprocess Americas Symposium that will be
held from 13-15 May at the Georgia World
Congress Center in Atlanta, concurrently with the
exhibition.
Developed to address the needs of the sewn
products industry, the Symposium will contain

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ten sessions with more than 60 presentations that


will cover a wide range of topics.
Non-apparel sewn products
The Symposium will discuss the advancements in
labour saving devices and attachments,
programmable equipment and fully automatic
equipment. The session aims to help
manufacturers of non-apparel sewn products,
whether technical, industrial, furniture, bagging
or other, to stay up-to-date.
Synchronizing the cutting room
Technology has raised the bar on the cutting
room floor, turning it into a real source of
productivity, efficiency and cost savings. The
integration of software, advanced production
systems, and real-time support from CAD, cut
plan, fabric allocation, roll management, table
management, and related processes may deliver a
sustainable competitive advantage. Under the
spotlight will be the Cut Order Planning software
that is said to bridge the gap between ERP and
CAD systems and automatically generate an
optimal cut plan by mixing products, styles, and
sizes based on actual orders and fabric inventory.
Welding and stitch-free seam technologies
Stitch-free seaming technologies, that are
extensively used in performance apparel,
sportswear, and fitted active wear, will be another
focus of the discussion.
The technology, welded or bonded, is said to
make the technical outerwear less bulky and more
form-fitting while retaining the latest advances in
waterproof and breathable capability.
Welding is the process of joining pieces of
synthetic fabrics with various methods: hot air,
hot wedge, RF, ultra sonic, plunge, laser, and
impact. Bonding, on the other hand, can be
performed on two pieces of fabric by placing a
heat activated material (adhesive) between them.
Automation, smart machines, and robotics
Automation and robotics are used in the
manufacture of sewn products to reduce cost,
improve quality, enhance productivity, and deskill operations for sewn products manufacturers.
The topic of the discussion will be an entirely
automated process that may replace the need for
seamstresses in factories.
Design and product development
Fashion design and product development taken as
a whole is an integrated process whose function

is to market a continuous stream of


new products at a profit. Product development
can become a strategic differentiator for a
company when its carried out quickly,
accurately, and thoroughly communicated with
the team. The focus of the session will be
software tools, such as digital sketching, pattern
and grading, PLM, and PDM, that may enable
faster creation and conveyance of product ideas.
Needles, threads, and garment construction
strategies
Needle and sewing thread greatly impact stitch
formation, seam appearance, and the finished
product. The right selections can lower overhead
and increase profitability without adding labour.
This may also reduce the carbon footprint and
allow a company to become a more sustainable
manufacturer.
Smart garments and e-textiles
The rapid advancements in technology are
creating a whole new industry of smart garments
and wearable technology, which involve the
merging of electronics with textiles, creating so
called e-textiles. These advancements can offer
different kinds of intelligent, functional,
fashionable, and comfortable properties to the
wearer, making it appeal to sportswear,
functional wear and fashion markets.
Fit, sizing, and virtual try-on technologies
Body scanning, fit, sizing, sampling, and 3D
virtual try-on technologies continue to pave the
way as fashion and apparel supply chains become
more digital and require more customisation.
These technologies said to improve profitability
through superior products that are designed using
the latest market data, are tested in virtual space,
and are brought to market very quickly.
Source: http://www.innovationintextiles.com/
25th September 2013





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