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Do you want to learn more about technological trends brought forward by evolving technologies in the CAD industry in 2018? Editors of Cadalyst offer report the latest technology trends of 2018. Get a FREE guide with insights into the worlds of AEC and manufacturing by following this download link: https://info.cadalyst.com/1416-cadtrends2018 Jon Hirschtick, CEO of Onshape, believes that 2018 will be the “tipping point” for cloud-based CAD. “Different vendors have different interpretations of cloud CAD, but they all realize that most engineers will be moving the bulk of their work online over the next 5-10 years.” Cedric Desbordes, sales & marketing executive for Graebert, remarks “On the budget side, companies like to deploy such solutions to a larger audience to better share the technical knowledge, but in a cost-effective way. Ten years ago, the companies looking for alternatives to AutoCAD were mostly small- or medium-size firms. This is not true anymore, as
Cedric Desbordes, Sales & Marketing Executive at Graebert writes about the capabilities of Graebert on Digital Engineering ‘Graebert sees an increasing number of users switching to the ARES®CAD software in search of increased agility. This agility takes form in cost savings, licensing options and our unique Trinity of CAD™ concept.’ Read the full white paper on DigitalEngineering.com
Architect and archaeologist Irene Blum works at the University of Bochum, Germany. She uses ARES Commander for excavation work in an antique city in Turkey. “As our activity goes on for many years at the same location but with changing staff, we need a user-friendly and versatile CAD program” Detailed Plans The ability of unlimited zooming in and out allows to create detailed plans of all the findings such as walls, components, fountains – everyone in the team has access and can see the area they are working on. “We feed ARES Commander with the coordinates we gain from surveying the site, so we can reproduce any point or line to scale – and also later identify where exactly this is on site”, says Blum. For this the various layers are a great help: Even the most diverse topics can be visualized individually or in any combination. This may be
Graebert’s new Cloud-based CAD technology “ARES Kudo” just entered production phase with the release of the first integration inside Onshape’s Drawing module. Kudo in Japanese means “school of an open mind”. At Graebert we can relate to this: We are open to new technologies and the requirements of our OEM partners who can expect custom versions of our software to meet their specific needs. That’s why we named our Cloud-based CAD technology ARES Kudo (formerly code-named “Xenon project”). Read more about why we chose the name, ARES Kudo. The press and early users comment on this dawning of a new CAD era: Drawings are on track to be precisely what they should be – enterprise-class drawing capabilities with the magic and ease-of-use of Onshape. Michael Topolovac | Crave “Graebert is in a unique position today as being the only supplier of a cloud-based OEM CAD component. (…) When an opportunity like Onshape
ARES Kudo Is The New Name Chosen By Graebert For Its Cloud-Based CAD Technology Graebert revealed in April at COFES (the Congress On the Future of Engineering Software) its new DWG-based CAD platform. First introduced under its internal code-name the “Xenon project”, this full browser-based technology is now given its final name: “ARES Kudo”. We thought we could share with you in this article how we chose this name and why. The genesis After more than 3 years of efforts in research and development, ARES Kudo is now entering into production phase with the release of Onshape’s Drawing module. Onshape is the first partner of Graebert leveraging from this new full browser-based technology. Both companies actively collaborated to offer a seamless integration between Onshape’s 3D environment and Graebert’s drafting features. Graebert is now actively exploring other partnerships and will further reveal its strategy in October at the Graebert Annual Meeting.
CEO Wilfried Gräbert Reveals His Secret By Pascal de Lacaze-Duthiers, Online Community Manager at Graebert GmbH. Full CAD for mobile didn’t exist. Still: The moment Microsoft launched its mobile OS in the year 2000, Graebert was the first company to have a mobile CAD solution for Windows CE®. And last year Graebert announced ARES Touch, the most advanced CAD software for Android® “A curious young business student once asked me how I manage to compete against the big CAD companies and survive”, remembers CEO Wilfried Graebert the time when mobile CAD was still in its infancy (or should we say embryonic period). “I told him my secret: I first study the development of a technology and then foresee its possible evolution in the coming years. Based on these assumptions I develop product ideas for the future – and start developing them in the present. Once the technology is there, we have the
By Cédric Desbordes, Sales & Marketing Executive at Graebert GmbH Lebua Hotel at State Tower, Bangkok – March 26, 2015 Meet the Graebert team and learn about the latest technologies from Graebert including ARES Commander (Windows, Mac & Linux), ARES Touch (Android), ARES Mechanical and the SiteMaster range for Surveying. Preliminary Agenda: 9.30am – 10.00am: Welcome / Reception 10.00am – Noon: ARES Commander (Windows, Mac, Linux) 1.00pm – 2.30pm: Introduction to ARES Touch (Android) 2.30pm – 3.00pm: ARES Touch for developers 3.30pm – 4.00pm: Graebert’s vision for the Mechanical market 4.00pm – 4.15pm: CAD for tablets, the bigger picture 4.15pm – 4.00pm: SiteMaster BIM 5.00pm – 5.30pm: SiteMaster Kitchen Echoes from the Press at the Graebert Annual Meeting last October: “Graebert has become a considerable force in DWG-compatible drafting” – Randall Newton in Graphic Speak – Read full article “They have operated under the radar (…) very few know that
By Cédric Desbordes, Sales & Marketing Executive at Graebert GmbH Much more than a cost-effective alternative to AutoCAD© for CAD in dwg, ARES Commander 2015 brings your productivity to the next level with new smart features and a unique concept: The Cross-device CAD Experience. You can now buy only one license of ARES Commander 2015 to create or modify your DWG files on several computers, several OS (Windows, Mac Linux) and use your tablet with the first full DWG-based CAD software for Android with ARES Touch. Some quotes from the press: “ARES is a capable and fully DWG-compatible CAD product—and it costs hundreds less than AutoCAD LT. Throwing in a premium Android tablet like the Samsung Galaxy S Tab 8.4 and a chance to run real CAD on it seems like quite the deal.” – Randall Newton in Graphic Speak “They have operated under the radar (…) very few know that
Introducing the Cross-Device CAD Experience and Free Android Tablet Holiday Offer Graebert™ GmbH the pioneer in developing high-performance CAD solutions across desktop and mobile devices – today announced the immediate availability of its acclaimed ARES™ Commander 2015 2D/3D CAD package on all three desktop operating systems: Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac® OS X™ and Linux®. The company has also released ARES Touch 2015 Beta, the world’s first DWG-based CAD solution for Google® Android®. Each user of ARES Commander 2015 will also receive ARES Touch for one year, renewable for successive one-year terms with the Graebert subscription. ARES Commander 2015 and ARES Touch enable Graebert’s unique “Cross-device CAD experience”, first introduced at the Graebert 2014 annual meeting. Graebert now allows users to work from multiple computers or mobile devices.
Graebert Announces ARES Commander 2015 for Windows, Mac, and Linux Berlin – Graebert™ GmbH – the pioneer in developing high-performance CAD solutions across desktop and mobile devices – today announced the November availability of its acclaimed ARES™ Commander 2015 2D/3D CAD package on all three desktop operating systems: Microsoft® Windows®, Apple® Mac® OS X™ and Linux®. Read the Press Release