Today’s manufacturers are increasingly turning to IoT to meet strategic business objectives – from improving product resilience and efficiency, to growing sales, and boosting customer satisfaction.

However, the high-rate of stalled and failed IoT initiatives – which, according to a recent Cisco study, account for a whopping 75% – continues to reflect how IoT development remains complicated, expensive, and risky.

According to VP of Product Portfolio Management at Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS, Kishore Boyalakuntla, among the leading challenges companies are facing is “mastering how to design for the Internet of Things.”

To address these pains, SOLIDWORKS has teamed up with Seebo to make IoT design accessible and simple to millions of SOLIDWORKS users around the globe.

A Joint Solution: the Seebo Add-in to SOLIDWORKS

The new Seebo add-in for SOLIDWORKS makes it easy for product teams to plan and deliver connected products.

With Seebo, SOLIDWORKS users are equipped with tools for IoT Modeling, Simulation, Execution, and Behavior Analytics. This allows them to quickly and easily define, validate, and build IoT products. Once in-market, product teams see exactly how their product is being used and make informed data-driven decisions about product enhancements​ to boost product adoption and profits.

It takes just a couple of hours for SOLIDWORKS users to turn their existing 3D product designs into a visual model of the entire IoT system on Seebo’s platform. Inside Seebo, users get auto-generated specs, simulations, and behavior analytics to make their products IoT connected.

 

With Seebo, SOLIDWORKS users are able to launch products that stand out from the competition and boost customer satisfaction with innovative capabilities, superior performance, and maximum uptime.

The Seebo add-in for SOLIDWORKS is available in a controlled release. SOLIDWORKS users can register for a free trial at www.seebo.com/solidworks.

Jackie Retig
Jackie is a technology expert, focusing on the Internet of Things and the ways in which our world is becoming more connected.