R&D Top Digitex
TRAME Project. Traceability in BlockChain
for Sector Sustainability
SUSTAINABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY FOR THE TEXTILE SECTOR
The TRAME, TRaceability in block chain for sustainability AMbient, Energy and economy project, is the main objective of the generation augmenting sustainability of the production process and labor in the textile sector.
By introducing new BlockChain technology and developing technical instruments which can be used, we hope tobring an elevated transparency to clients and customers from an environmental and energetic point of view.
With traceability of both product and waste along the entire production cycle, we can insure a greater level of clarity from the base material to the finished product, making available and accessible to everyone the information concerning all stakeholders involved.
A WINNING PARTNERSHIP, TOTALLY LOMBARD
As demonstrated in the study conducted by MiSE in the textile sector where several companies participated, Block Chain applied to current production systems will revolutionize the status quo.
In this optic, Uboldi, Top Digitex, Foodchain, Sait want to be first in line to make a practical proof of how adopting Block Chain can obtain exceptional results for everything concerning social sustainability of the product and process.
FASHIONTECH COMPETITION: A PUSH TOWARD INNOVATION
With the decree n. 5044 of 10 April 2019, the Tourist Administration, territorial marketing and fashion approved the Fashiontech Competition, following the deliberation n. XI/1217 of 04/02/2019. The new measure is aimed at supporting research and development projects geared towards innovation in the “Textile, fashion and accessories” sector according to the principle of sustainability from an environmental, economic and social point of view.
The Competition has 10 million euro available and foresees as beneficiaries partners made up of a minimum of three companies of which two PMI, up to a maximum of 6 members. Large companies, Public and private Research organ and Universities can participate in the PMI partnership.
The loan is a 40% bottom lost contribution for all recipients both for investments in Industrial Research and Experimental Research, affronting a minimum project investment of €1,000,000. The maximum contribution disbursed for each project is in partnership and thus €1,600,000.