ACIMIT launches Digital Ready certification

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2022-12-23 03:56:41 – Italy

ACIMIT, the Association of Italian Textile Machinery Makers, is creating the Digital Ready certification exclusively for its textile machinery manufacturers as it moves toward digital transformation.

The certification utilizes a standard language and distinct data reading system that enables various types of machines to communicate with production systems in order to streamline the production process. The accreditation aims to increase customer loyalty while creating a beneficial connection between buyers and sellers of textile machinery.

It was created in collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano Manufacturing Group to standardize and make use of the machine's administration and production data.

The certification may be granted to affiliated member companies by the worldwide certification authority RINA, a trusted ACIMIT partner. A business must adhere to a framework that includes identifying the machine, gathering data, analyzing all documents, and on-the-spot audits and verifications by RINA in order to achieve Digital Ready certification for its gear.

There will be no need to repeat the process because the Digital Ready itinerary used for a manufacturer's particular machine will result in certification that is valid for other machines used for the same sort of manufacturing. The accreditation is valid for five years.

ACIMIT president Alessandro Zucchi, said that digital transformation for the textile sector involves achieving a complex balance between modernization and technological advancement while maintaining a focus on the creativity and craftsmanship that remain crucial to securing success in the international arena. Since the last ITMA in 2019, Italian producers of textile machinery have made significant strides toward enabling digital transformation in the three crucial phases of design and planning, production, and machine and part maintenance.

Italian textile machinery sales will top €2.6 billion in 2022, up nearly 10% from 2021, according to preliminary ACIMIT figures. More than 85% of this amount comes from exports.

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