IBV takes part in this European project.
Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV) participated last week in the final meeting of the European project KIDSIZE held in Valencia. This initiative has developed an app for online sales of children's clothing that will determine which size corresponds to a particular child.
At the final meeting of the project we proceeded to complete the validation and setting up the system that the consortium expects to publicly present next April.
Have participated in the project the Instituto de Biomecánica (IBV), Pera and Ozongo Technology Ltd., responsible for developing the technology for Childrens' Fashion Europe (CFE), which coordinates the project, and the Spanish and French Association of Children's Products (ASEPRI and NovaCHILD).
BOBOLI, who also participated in the project, will be the first brand to have the KIDSIZE application to support online sales, which now account for 30% of its total turnover.
KIDSIZE is the result of work of 30 months of development and research that has had a budget of 1.78 million euros financed by the 7th Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development of the European Union Program.