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Titas underscores the primacy of need for ‘Global Smart Value Chain’

"Organised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Bureau of Foreign Trade and the Taiwan Textile Federation from October 16-18, 2018 in Taipei, the 22nd Edition TITAS 2018 “Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show” focused on smart textiles, sustainable environmental protection, and functional applications. It attracted participation from 12 countries entailing a total of 456 exhibitors in 1,003 booths. Many distinguished local and international luminaries from the industrial, government, academic, and research sectors attended the opening ceremony of the show. "

 

Titas underscores the primacy of need for Global Smart Value Chain 002Organised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs’ Bureau of Foreign Trade and the Taiwan Textile Federation from October 16-18, 2018 in Taipei, the 22nd Edition TITAS 2018 “Taipei Innovative Textile Application Show” focused on smart textiles, sustainable environmental protection, and functional applications. It attracted participation from 12 countries entailing a total of 456 exhibitors in 1,003 booths.

Many distinguished local and international luminaries from the industrial, government, academic, and research sectors attended the opening ceremony of the show. The participation included the trade bodies/ associations/ support service institutes viz. Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan Textile Research Institute, Southern Taiwan Textile Research Alliance, Taiwan Technical Textile Association & other 15 textile related associations representing various segments of Taiwan’s textile chain.

Insightful seminars and presentations

The show included a slew of activities such as insightful seminars, product presentations besides presentations on new fibers &Titas underscores the primacy of need for Global Smart Value Chain 001 technologies. The topics for these seminar included ‘The Evolution Tendency Of Smart Textiles’, ‘Japanese Functional Finishing Mark’, ‘ISKO Responsible Innovation Approach’, ZDHC & Functional Testing Of Textile Products & latest trend of innovative textiles to name a few.

In addition, around 1,000 one-on-one business meetings were held between show exhibitors and over 100 invited representatives from international brands/ retailers.

TTF in collaboration with the Taipei Sewing Machine Association (TSMA) presented the latest developments in smart manufacturing including automatic sewing machines & smart sewing systems and solutions.

Pavilion for smart textiles

Titas in its 22nd year of its edition underscored the primacy of need for ‘Global Smart Value Chain’ besides maintaining the core products of functional, sustainable side of the business. Therefore in order to offer a more comprehensive one-stop service to both exhibitors & attendees, in collaboration with Taipei Sewing Machine Association (TSMA), this year TTF has also invited TSMA members to present the latest development in smart manufacturing including automatic sewing machines and smart sewing systems & solutions.

Smart products on display

Up on the display were products and solutions like smart thermal clothes integrating temperature control and positioning functions, textiles with temperature control and warning feature, color measurement technology breaking through traditional thinking to detect miniscule color differences software based solutions adopting IT, AI and RFID technologies.Textile technologies combining isolated microcontrollers with yarns & fibers enhanced the applications of multi-functional textiles. LED arrays displayed clothes using ESTM (Embedded smart textile module) to present a new garment image marrying art and tech to the best of it.

State support for the event

Government support for the industry was indicated with the presence of Mei-Hua Wang, MOEA Deputy Minister who made a special appearance at the opening ceremony. Among other special guests who attended the show included Jang-Hwa Leu, Director General of Industrial Development Bureau, MOEA; Yung-Jan Chan, 2018 women’s Tennis Association world rankings number one player in women’s doubles alongwith her sister/ partner Hao-Ching Chan who was a gold medalist of women’s tennis competitions at the 2014 Asian games in Incheon; Douglas Hsu; Honorable Chairman, TTF and Cheng- Tien Chan, Chairman, TTF

International presence

Foreign interest in the exhibition was indicated with the presence of the Federation of Indian Chambers Of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) led a group of 10 exhibitors. A visiting delegation organised by VITAS, Vietnam attended TITAS to seek further co-operation with Taiwan’s textile enterprises, Southern Taiwan Textile Research Alliance

 

 
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