Industry 4.0 throughout fashion and luxury goods
Tutor / director / evaluatorVan Wunnik, Lucas Philippe
CovenanteeÉcole polytechnique de Montréal
Document typeMaster thesis
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The main purpose of this paper is to identify the 4.0 technologies drivers within fashion and luxury. The model will outline the innovations that are being studied or have been implemented recently in mentioned fields. Also, it will be analyzed the relation between the sectors of interest, in order to see the differences and similitudes between them. Next, it will be firstly exposed a literature review concerning the goals and constrains in the current markets. After that, the project will proceed through the detailed studied case, by means of a previous articles research and organisation. Concretely, yhe document is threefold, the first stage provides a literature overview of luxury and fashion; presenting the yet market strategies and the major goals within industry 4.0. After the paper shows the methodology applied and the studied framework and it concludes analysing how industry 4.0 is involved in the market stakeholders and how can be deployed in the future steps. The principal findings in this project has led to state the new drivers of the current fashion and luxury needs, as well as, organize the cutting-edge technologies throughout the parties of interest.
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