Graebert GmbH, the pioneer in developing high-performance CAD solutions across desktop, mobile and cloud, recently unveiled the advanced ARES Kudo, ARES Touch and ARES Commander at an event held in Mumbai.
Graebert’s cloud-based CAD solution was first renowned for its collaboration with Onshape, the first full-cloud 3D MCAD solution whose 2D module Onshape Drawing, released in September 2015, is in fact a custom version of ARES Kudo. Twelve months ago, Graebert announced the phased rollout of the first version of ARES Kudo for its subscribers as part of a unique concept: The ‘Trinity of CAD’.
For Graebert’s end-users, ARES Kudo is indeed fully interconnected with its other CAD platforms for desktop (ARES Commander for Windows, MacOS or Linux) and mobile (ARES Touch for Android and iOS). The three solutions are bundled into a unique subscription allowing users to take advantage of each platform with similar features but different use cases. ARES Kudo and ARES Touch are therefore coming at no additional cost for the subscribers of ARES Commander.
ARES Touch is a professional application for iOS and Android, designed to read, create, modify or annotate technical drawings in the popular .dwg format. While some viewing and features are available for free, ARES Touch subscribers get access to more than 150 features for drawing and annotation. ARES Touch is sold within a unique subscription combining three DWG-based CAD solutions interconnected to offer a unique user experience across desktop, mobile and cloud.
The ARES ‘Trinity’ of CAD Software includes ARES Commander (for Windows, macOS and Linux computers), ARES Touch (for Android and iOS smartphones or tablets) and ARES Kudo, a new cloud-based CAD solution. Any purchase of ARES Commander includes a one year renewable subscription for ARES Touch and ARES Kudo.