"One-stop" service for intelligent upgrading of knitting industry

"One-stop" service for intelligent upgrading of knitting industry

In the afternoon of March 13th, Shaoxing Innovation Research Institute of Donghua University (hereinafter referred to as "Dongfangyuan"), which is located in Zhejiang Province's modern knitting industry innovation service complex, is launching a "cloud live broadcast". Professor Li Fang, Deputy Dean of the School of Environment of Donghua University, was invited to give a live lecture online on the topic of "Online Forum on Pollution Prevention and Development Trends in the Textile Printing and Dyeing Industry".

This is the second online activity carried out by the “Eastern Textile Institute” after the company resumes work. In this form, it provides online technology exchange training for the resumed enterprises. Since the outbreak, "Eastern Textile Institute" has actively responded to the "three services" call to build a bridge between enterprises and universities. In addition to telephone calls, it has also penetrated the company's front lines and field visits to the market. Guidance and help.

Coincidentally, the Keqiao Textile Industry Innovation Research Institute of Xi'an Engineering University (hereinafter referred to as the “West Textile Keqiao Research Institute”) has been busy serving the enterprise since the resumption of work. In order to help the knitted garment enterprises and market merchants in Keqiao District to resume work quickly, and to do a good job of post-epidemic enterprise quality management, product development and marketing, the “West Textile Keqiao Research Institute” has actively contacted the enterprises to seek their needs since February 20. .

"Some knitting companies display their fabrics through live streaming, but the display in the form of fabrics is not intuitive enough, so the designers in our fashion design department work overtime to design and make sample garments for a number of textile companies to improve the display effect." Hao Zhendong, Executive Dean of the “West Textile Keqiao Research Institute” introduced that last year the Research Institute set up more than 40 topics to serve local enterprises in Keqiao. After the resumption of work, these issues provided guidance for the resumption of work of textile and apparel companies and market merchants. In addition, the functional fabric research and development department uses the new technology of anti-viral fabrics from Xi'an University of Technology to actively connect with knitted protective product manufacturers such as "Jima Liangsi" and "Lvmeng Health Technology", which is expected to achieve multiple reuse of protective masks and other products Industrial production.

The deep connection between universities and enterprises has not only improved the industrialization level of scientific research results of the school, but also accelerated the tackling of technical difficulties of local enterprises, which greatly improved production efficiency. Think about what companies think, provide targeted services that companies need, "knitting mills" and "Western Textile Keqiao Research Institute" targeted services, welcomed by enterprises.

"The modern knitting industry innovation service complex brings together the R & D teams of major domestic universities, foreign high-end innovative talents, as well as European designers, international fabric trend analysis, fashion shows and other resources. Textile companies can obtain fabrics from fabrics here. To the full chain service of production, testing, and release. "The relevant person in charge of the District Science and Technology Bureau introduced that through the high integration of various resources, solving the plugging and pain points of public services for SMEs is one of the important functions carried by the complex.

It is understood that there are currently three major research and development platforms, five service centers, and a large technology market in the complex. In 2019, it provided more than 35,000 innovative services for more than 3,000 small and medium-sized knitting companies.