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Digital 3D sportswear for sustainable growth & new customer experience

Published: November 29, 2023


  • Digital sports collection from idea to e-commerce
  • For the first time! 3D design with production-ready patterns
  • New Style3D Studio version with AIGC function
  • Presentation on the BlueStage

 Munich, November 21, 2023 – At ISPO, Style3D | Assyst (B1.409) showcases the future of digital sportswear and retail:

A digital 3D sports collection – with production-ready patterns, assets and collaboration in the cloud, along with rapid integration on marketing and sales platforms – illustrates how digital products enhance development, production, and sales, including for the first time AI support and the full integration of 3D design and 2D CAD.

On the BlueStage, Hans Peter Hiemer (CEO Assyst) will demonstrate on November 28 at 3 pm how sports brands and retailers can leverage this technological advantage for sustainable growth and new customer experiences.

“Sportswear demands high quality and precision, and speed is essential. Style3D | Assyst delivers exactly that – with high-quality 3D fashion design based on production-ready patterns and cloud collaboration,” explains Hans Peter Hiemer, CEO, Assyst.

Key details

  • ISPO: November 28 – 30, 2023 in Munich/Germany
  • Style3D | Assyst: Hall B1 Stand 409
  • Talk “Digital 3D Sportswear – from idea to shelf”: BlueStage, November 28, 2023, 3 pm

3D Digitization with Seamless Data

Style3D | Assyst provides end-to-end solutions for sports brands and retailers, from fabric simulation, 3D fashion design, and collaboration within the team and with manufacturers to technical pattern development, order preparation, and cost calculation.

The unique aspect of this 3D/2D software portfolio is the seamless integration of 3D simulation, 2D CAD, collaboration, and promotion, enabling significant time savings in collection development and improving quality.

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