Nutonian and Autodesk Team to Offer IoT Analytics and Simplify Data Science

Nutonian, the machine intelligence company, today announced an OEM relationship with Autodesk, the global leader in design software and services. Autodesk’s Fusion Connect, an IoT cloud platform, will embed Nutonian’s artificial intelligence (A.I.) modeling engine, Eureqa, to interpret IoT data and maximize business outcomes. Eureqa automatically discovers the simplest possible predictive models from raw data, enabling any user in an organization …

Almost 80 Percent of Manufacturers to Work on an IoT Product in 3 Years Time

The Internet of Things is a booming industry. Recent data from the makers of Autodesk Fusion Connect suggests that it isn’t too late for engineers to jump onto the wave of this industry trend before being left ashore. Engineers have likely heard the prediction that by 2020 Gartner predicts that 30 billion connected devices will be on the market. However, …

Industrial Internet of Things: from talk to reality

By now, the mystery surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT) is starting to dissipate as more consumer and industrial products join the connected fray.   But even though the definition of IoT may be known, the implications of the connected future might still seem a bit murky. After all, what is the point of all of this connectivity if it’s …

Autodesk Fusion Connect Enables the Future of Connected Products

For several years, manufacturers have been developing, manufacturing and bringing connected products to market using Autodesk cloud services like Fusion 360 and PLM 360. Now, with the addition of Autodesk Fusion Connect, the company has bolstered its cloud-based Product Innovation Platform with analytics that will enable its customers to achieve smarter, more predictive monitoring and achieve greater competitive separation. Autodesk Fusion Connect

Enabling the future of connected products with IoT cloud service

With the addition of SeeControl, Autodesk has bolstered its cloud-based product innovation platform with analytics that is said to enable its customers to achieve smarter, more predictive monitoring and achieve greater competitive separation. “Autodesk has moved aggressively to further develop SeeControl by connecting it with core Autodesk services such as 3D visualisation,” said Brian Roepke, senior director of Product Lifecycle …

Autodesk: Manufacturing evolves with IoT

Autodesk, known for its AutoCad computer aided design software, has bought SeeControl, an enterprise IoT cloud service platform that allows manufacturers to monitor their products live. Autodesk Asean senior manager for manufacturing industry of Asean Chris Lee says that this platform would be useful in new manufacturing processes involving a high level of customisation. Lee said that additive manufacturing (AM), …