Improvement of quality control in the textile industry
During this workshop, the project results will be presented and interested industrial partners will also have the opportunity to present their companies to the participants. There will be plenty of time for networking between the participants during the breaks.
10:00-10:15 - Coffee, registration
10:15-10:30 - Welkom & Short presentation of Centexbel (Myriam Vanneste, Centexbel)
10:30-10:45 - Short presentation of Invilab & TETRA Inspect4.0 project (Gunther Steenackers, InViLab)
10:45-11:15 - Typical defects in woven textiles and quality control in the textile industry (Sander De Vrieze & Gertrude Kignelman, Centexbel)
11:15-11:30 - Case of Nonwoven textiles: Development of melt blown fabric by Talenco (Ben Golsteyn, Talenco)
11:30-12:00 - AI solutions for the textile industry (Joeri Ruyssinck, ML2Grow)
12:00-13:00 - Lunch break & networking
13:00-14:00 - TETRA Inspect4.0: Machine vision technology for textile inspection (Ritchie Heirmans & Bart Ribbens, InViLab)
14:00:15:00 - Visit Centexbel & closing (Myriam Vanneste, Centexbel)
Venue Centexbel - Technologiepark 70 - 9052 Zwijnaarde
Inspect4.0 is a TETRA – Technology Transfer – project aiming at improving quality inspection in the textile industry.
This improvement focuses on an accurate, cost effective, and versatile quality control system based on the camera vision technology combined with machine learning. This project will be executed following 3 approaches including (1) working together side by side with selected individual partners from the textile industry to provide custom-made solutions for the specific quality control challenges faced by the given partner, and (2) conducting feasibility studies for the implementation of the quality control system on site at the individual industrial partners facilities. Finally, demonstrators will also be built for woven and coated textiles for dissemination.