Autodesk buys SeeControl, eyes IoT role

Autodesk buys SeeControl for its Internet of things management platform and plans to integrate it with its design software for manufacturing and building.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.zdnet.com

Autodesk on Thursday said it has acquired SeeControl, which provides an enterprise Internet of things platform.   The move gives Autodesk a better entry into the Internet of things. SeeControl’s software controls and manages remote devices and provides analytics.  Autodesk said it will sell and support the SeeControl platform and integrate the technology in its design tools for manufacturing and building industries. The aim would be to allow designers to create structures that would incorporate the Internet of things. SeeControl is a white label, cloud platform used by industrial product makers looking to integrate smart sensors and services.

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