Seebo Integrates with Autodesk Forge to Transform Products

By Ken Briodagh November 15, 2016

Seebo has announced that it has integrated the Autodesk Forge platform and the Seebo platform in order to transform 3D product designs into smart, connected products. This integration follows Autodesk’s strategic investment in Seebo’s Software as a Service (SaaS) platform.

Seebo said its customers are now able to build smart products on its platform using a 3D product design interface. Additionally, Autodesk users designing 3D models on the Autodesk Forge platform can now add smart functionality for IoT enablement using the Seebo platform.

“We’re very excited about the integration between Autodesk Forge and Seebo, which will provide Autodesk customers with access to some of the most cutting-edge IoT development tools available,” said said Lior Akavia, co-founder and CEO of Seebo. “The joint platform allows manufacturers to tap into the world of IoT efficiently and cost-effectively.”

The Seebo platform is designed to provide the necessities for creating smart products on a single platform. The integration makes the design process more fluid, enabling product designers to decide exactly where smart behaviors or features are placed on the 3D model in the early planning stage of the smart product. With Autodesk Forge Viewer API integrated into Seebo’s platform, users are meant to be able to manipulate a working model in a 360-degree environment so that smart product planning takes shape quickly and easily.

Product developers who design products using 3D models on the Autodesk Forge platform can now upload 3D models from a local file or from the Autodesk hub cloud repository onto the Seebo IoT Creator and continue designing the technological features of their product in Seebo’s smart product environment.

The ability to plan, build and integrate smart products using one comprehensive IoT platform dramatically decreases development costs, reduces costs per unit and streamlines the smart product development process. It enables all users, from small startups to enterprise customers, to easily and reliably build high quality smart products and take them to market quickly.

Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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