Graebert has announced the free availability of Ares Kudo through May. The company says the move was made out of consideration for the millions of professionals who are required to work remotely. Kudo is Graebert’s cloud-based option for its Ares CAD systems.
‘CAD developer Graebert GmbH is offering free use of its ARES Kudo cloud-based CAD solution for working with DWG drawing files. The offer — available at kudo.graebert.com — extends through the end of May 2020.
Facing the Covid-19 pandemia, staying at home is the civic behavior that we must all adopt to stop the expansion of the virus and save lives. By all means Cloud is the easiest solution to organize the collaboration and grant each employee remote access to a solution to create and modify technical drawings in DWG format.
ARES could provide a huge boost to those wanting to bring Revit’s automated output up to company standard without breaking the chain. Stay tuned!’
Graebert continues to drive innovation into the (.dwg) CAD file format—exciting this year’s attendees with uniquely positioned options for integrations into the AEC BIM market along with strong advances in its cloud technologies with ARES Kudo.
Graebert Software of Berlin, Germany, has become the second-largest vendor of 2D CAD software by mostly staying in the shadows.
Wilfried Graebert, founder and CEO of Graebert, weighs in on the continuing importance of 2D. “When the first PLM, BIM, or GIS solutions emerged, many were claiming that 2D drawings would disappear…
Graebert ARES Kudo significantly outperforms Autodesk AutoCAD Web in head-to-head independent testing. The white paper, “Comparing Cloud-based CAD Systems from Autodesk and Graebert,” is written by well-known CAD expert Ralph Grabowski. The paper described the results of testing and details the two products feature by feature.
Graebert, the second-largest CAD vendor by seat count, has released new tools for building information modeling (BIM) – Cyrena, Cadalyst
In this whitepaper, we compare the capabilities of the free and paid versions of computer-aided design (CAD) applications that run in Web browsers:
■ Autodesk’s AutoCAD Web App ( Formerly named AutoCAD 360 and before that AutoCAD WS )
■ Graebert’s ARES Kudo