Graebert

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Graebert GmbH (Gräbert in German) is a CAD software development company headquartered in Berlin, Germany with additional offices in America, Europe and Asia.[1]

The company was founded in 1977[2] and it has a large installed base in the industry for 2D CAD.[3] Graebert is the developer of the ARES CAD software.

Throughout its history, Graebert made several CAD innovations, from the first DWG drawing format compatible alternative to AutoCAD in 1994[4] to the first CAD software for mobile devices in 2000,[5] and the first CAD software running on the three major operating systems (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux).[6] In 2014 Graebert introduced a full-featured CAD app for tablets and smartphones[7] and in 2015 a CAD platform for the cloud.[8] All of which are natively based on the DWG file format.

In 2013, Graebert released building surveying software SiteMaster.[9][10]

History

CAD on mobile in the early days. PowerCAD under Windows CE.
  • 1983: Graebert becomes the first distributor of AutoCAD in Germany[11]
  • 1994: Graebert releases first DWG-compatible CAD alternative: FelixCAD[12]
  • 2000: Release of PowerCAD CE, first 2D/3D CAD system for Windows CE[12]
  • 2010: Release of ARES Commander, first CAD software on Windows, Mac & Linux using DWG natively[13]
  • 2011: First official commercial release of DraftSight, a CAD software from Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks[14] powered by ARES
  • 2015: Introduction of ARES Kudo, the full-cloud DWG-based CAD platform

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