Voyage 360 & BeYonder recently met at the Scottish Enterprise SMAS 2019 conference, where our parent company New Intelligence was giving a talk on the use of digital twinning as a form of continuous improvement.
BeYonder were in the audience looking for some inspiration and guidance to help them begin to revive Scotland’s textile manufacturing industry in a relatively apathetic climate. 10 Minutes into the our talk a meeting of hearts and minds took place.
BeYonder and New Intelligence are now embarking on a collaborative Voyage of discovery that will demonstrate why the enthusiasm and skill of a few can inspire and deliver a best in class solution that independent product design engineers & fashion designers have been craving. The client is a profit for purpose, living wage employer and supporter of the Scottish Business Pledge.’
The Scottish textile industry has been in decline since the outbreak of World War One. Cotton manufacturing in Scotland dramatically declined in 1933 when Japan introduced 24 hour cotton production to become the world’s largest cotton manufacturer. Decline further accelerated when India called for a boycott of imported Lancashire cotton as part of Indian independence.
BeYonder have used Voyage 360 technology and services to design and develop a 3D digital twin Vision, Strategy & Actions eco-system. This digital twin brings to life BeYonder’s ambitious, imaginative corporate Vision, Strategy and Action in order to best attract investment, publicise the market opportunity, drive growth and win over the hearts and minds of Scottish decision making establishment.
The 3D digital twin will form part of BeYonder’s presentation at Scottish Enterprises SMAS 2020 conference in order to demonstrate the ‘art of the possible’ with regards to growing textile manufacturing in Scotland whilst being ethically and environmentally friendly.
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