Graebert™ GmbH revealed the latest state of ARES® Kudo™, its full browser-based DWG editor.Graebert™ GmbH http://www.graebert.com – the pioneer in developing high-performance CAD solutions across desktop, mobile and cloud, revealed today the latest state of ARES® Kudo™, its full browser-based-based DWG editor.
The concept of ARES Kudo was introduced by Robert Graebert, CTO of Graebert, at Graebert’s Annual Meeting four years ago, in Fall 2013. 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”.
Wilfried Graebert, CEO of Graebert commented “The phased roll-out of ARES Kudo’s viewing and sharing features is showing satisfaction. Only a few countries in Asia are left on our rollout plan. We expect now to accelerate the deployment and start enabling the editing features to any of our subscribers willing to try them. A chat system inside ARES Kudo can be used by subscribers to interact with us and ask for the editing features. Non-subscribers will also soon have the possibility to try ARES Kudo, either by activating a trial of ARES Commander 2018 or by visiting https://kudo.graebert.com where a Trial button will be added in the coming days.”