Mass Customisation and the One-to-One Future (Glen Smith)
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  • 1. Glen Smith Horse’s Arse
  • 2. Another Horses Arse Yet Another Horses Arse
  • 3. Some Saddles More Saddles
  • 4. Lots of Horse Riders
  • 5. Saddlers Highly Skilled
  • 6. Mass Production
  • 7. Lots of Pain
  • 8. Sooth that Bot
  • 9. Design It Slow and expensive Highly Skilled
  • 10. A Box on Wheels 1929 2009
  • 11. Lots of Boxes on Wheels
  • 12. Takes Ages to Design Very Boring Very Repetitive
  • 13. No Time to Innovate
  • 14. Automate That Design
  • 15. Automate that Design
  • 16. Not Very Popular
  • 17. Nothing to Do
  • 18. New Ideas
  • 19. Before After
    • 10% Reduction in Fuel
    • 16% increase in capacity
    • 20% saving on CO2 emissions
  • 20. The Results
    • Used Design Automation to get ahead
    • Worked Smarter not Harder
    The Future
    • Mass Customised products for Mass Produced Prices
    The One to One Future