The KIDISE project evaluates its first year of work
The purpose of this meeting was to evaluate the progress and the work done so far and make a schedule of upcoming activities.
During the days 15th and 16th
of September took place at the ISRI headquarters, in Melton, UK
, the annual meeting of the project monitoring KIDSIZE.
Were attending the meeting: Francisco Loras and Andrés Bosch, of CFE - coordinator of the project association; Alfredo Ballester and Paola Piqueras, of IBV; Patrick Blondeau, of Nova Child; Steve Hobday, of ISRI; Lores Segura, of ASEPRI; Adrian Mañez of OZONGO and also representatives of SMEs participating in the project, the kidswear brands: Bóboli and Lullaby.
The purpose of this meeting was to evaluate the progress and the work done so far and make a schedule of upcoming activities. The evaluation of the preliminary results was very positive seeing new prospects with the technology used for 3D scanning.
The KIDSIZE project has as main objective the development of a system for quick and easy capture 3D shape the child's body, to propose the optimal size of the garments according with its silhouette and pattern of growth in children, visualizing the right fit and minimizing the risk of return, principal barrier to market online clothes.
More information: www.kidsizesolution.com
The project KIDSIZE - Development of new extended product-service concepts for children fashion on-line market addressing customer needs has received funding from the 7th Framework Programme for R&D of the European Community under the Capacities Programme and the "Research for SME Associations" led by REA - Research Executive Agency (FP7 / 2007-2013) under Grant Agreement No. 606091