Environmental manufacturing is gradually showing a trend of normalization, especially in the textile industry. In the past ten years, the model of the textile and garment industry has been "one person, one machine". Cutting, sewing, decoration, and ironing require workers to complete almost every process. Although the output is large, the profit is very low. With the promotion and application of automated production models, the textile and garment industry is accelerating its reshuffle. In many textile and garment factories today, robots are already in place. Combined with advanced technology, such as laser engraving and laser cutting, it is far superior to workers in terms of speed and quality.
The future of the textile and garment industry must be intelligent. On the one hand, the "machine substitution" initiative will be further deepened. Not only is it replacing workers with robots, but also using more advanced equipment (such as fully automatic laser equipment) to replace ordinary equipment. Efficiently promote the transformation and upgrading of enterprises from "manufacturing" to "intelligent manufacturing". On the other hand, "Internet +" and "Internet of Things" will break through the traditional limitations and unite all parts of the world to utilize raw materials, factories, manufacturing equipment, and logistics and transportation channels.
The future is the era of technological integration and the era of intelligent ecology.