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					Presented by :
Mr. PRAKASH PATEL
M.E. (TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING)
MS UNIVERSITY, VADODARA(2009-2010)
                 CONTENTS
 INTRODUCTION
 APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN
  TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING
 APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO
  MANAGE THE TEXTILE QUALITY CONTROL DATA
 CAD/CAM APPLICATION IN GARMENT PRODUCTION
 MANAGEMANT INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIS)
 ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP)
 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN WET PROCESSING
  INDUSTRY
 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR THE TEXTILE SECTOR
 CONCLUSION
 REFERENCES
                      INTRODUCTION

 Definition
 Why use IT?
 Why Textile Industries Need IT Support? :-
                Material Requirements Planning (MRP)

           Material Requirements Planning system (MRPII)

                  Data mining and data warehousing

                            E-commerce:-

    Interaction of Information Technology with Textile Supply Chain
                    IT in chemical processing:-

                       Digital Fabric Printing

                           Color matching

                          Garment Making

                         IT in Management

                  IT in Total Quality Management
APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN
      TEXTILE CHEMICAL PROCESSING

Chemical processing of textile is very important in the manufacturing of textiles.
Chemical processing of textile is generally carried out in composite mills, independent
process houses; decentralized sector. It is here that the data bank becomes quite
useful. The availability on line data during individual stage of processing, its analysis
and access to technical information will enable prompt and quick decision making for
standardize the various processes, parameters, methods of processing, etc.


Implementation of Information Technology:-

The main question is how the user accesses this information. The answer lies in
data warehousing, data mining and multidimensional analysis (MDA) or online
analytical processing (OLAP). These can be used for accessing, extracting,
transforming, cleaning and storing relevant information in a data bank for better
timely decision making. This can be accessed by a user as shown in figure .
Key Technology Components of a Data Warehouse

Data Mining and On-line Analytical Processing (OLAP) and Data Cleansing

Advantages:-
APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO
MANAGE THE TEXTILE QUALITY CONTROL DATA
 Role of Quality Control in Modern Textile Industry:-
 The Communication Chart of QC Department
Computerization in the QC laboratory:-




Context-Analysis diagram of the QC Laboratory in textile Industry

General Structure of the software
“Quality Test Data Management System”(NITRA)
      CAD/CAM APPLICATION IN GARMENT
               PRODUCTION
 Garment Making Process
 Need for Modernization
 Computerized Marker Making System–
  “SITRA FLEXIMARK”
 Experimental Procedure and Results

          A comparison of CAD/CAM and MANUAL process in garment mfg.




                                              Computerizes process
     Manual process
Cad for textile printing

   CAD allows the designer many options in working with prints
   Resized, distorted, repeated, or generating new colourways
        MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

   The role of the MIS in an organisation can be
    personified same as “the role of heart in the body.”
   MIS is a computerized business processing system
 Role of the Management Information System


 Impact of the Management Information System


 Management Information System and Computer


 Use of MIS in Textile Wet Processing for Strategic
  Decision Making


 Importance of MIS in Wet Processing
 Application of MIS in textile
 Digital Fabric Printing
 Color Matching
 IT In T.Q.M
 Garment Making
 IT In Management
                                  ONLINE INFORMATION NETWORK




    Benefits

   PRODUCTIVITY
   FLEXIBILITY
   QUALITY
   SPEED
ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP):-
What is ERP?
Why is it Necessary?
Market Leaders
Benefits of ERP
How it works?
The Future of ERP
Requirements of Successful ERP Software for a
 Textile Dye- House Management
          INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN
           WET PROCESSING INDUSTRY

Factors Covering Textile Business
Product Development
 software: Image Match & Image Sync
Production and Process Controls

Production Planning and Administration system
      •As-400
      •Datatex
      •Intex consulting
      •SAP
      •Systextil
      •Prodis/X-time and more

Dyehouse Integration
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR THE
            TEXTILE SECTOR
Economic Research and Market Intelligence
Dye house Automation System
   In today’s competitive world it has become very important for a dye
    house to have a thoroughly consistent system
   An interconnected automation system is now an integral feature of any
    well equipped modern dye house
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   , Application of Information Tech. in chemical processing of Textile, BTRA SCAN, June- 1999, Page No:- 1 to 3
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   Bob Coulton, Information Technology and Control, International Dyer Vol. No: 2, Feb-1992, Page No:- 42 to 43

   R.S. Chhjed, V. Vijaykumar & A.C. Chhatbar, Towards Total Automation of Jigger Dyeing M/C, Resume of paper 42 nd Joint
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   WWW.e-Textile.org, e-Textile
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