Industrial product solutions have become easier to access and implement thanks to the ever growing and improving nature of technology. With its solution partners, Redington helps enterprises to rediscover the world of design thanks to its 3D product design solutions enhanced with artificial intelligence.



Computer-aided design (CAD) is a software tool used for aiding creation, modification, analysis or optimization of a design. CAD software is used for increasing the productivity of the designer, improving the quality of design, enhancing communications through documentation and creating a database for manufacturing. Different examples of software may be used for three-dimensional and two-dimensional designs.



Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) enables different teams to develop the best possible products constantly with efficiency. PLM assists in the management of the entire lifecycle of product development and all complicated processes involved in the product lifecycle from the beginning till the end. Using those systems, you can optimize product development processes by using a single source of secure information and develop competitive, cost-effective and high quality products.


Augmented Reality (AR) Software

Augmented reality is a live or indirect view of physical, real-world materials which are augmented through computer-generated input such as sound, video, graphics and GPS data. This is an advanced technology which recreates three-dimensional real views of virtual elements such as sound, image, video, graphics and GPS by means of object recognition features of technological equipment and supplements them with real-world environment thanks to the use of sensorial data.


Industrial IoT

The IIoT consists of internet-connected machinery and the advanced analytics platforms that process the data they produce. IIoT devices range from tiny environmental sensors to complex industrial robots. While the word “industrial” may call to mind warehouses, shipyards, and factory floors, IIoT technologies hold a lot of promise for a diverse range of industries, including agriculture, healthcare, financial services, retail, and advertising. The Industrial Internet of Things is a subcategory of the Internet of Things, which also includes consumer-facing applications such as wearable devices, smart home technology, and self-driving cars. Sensor-embedded devices, machines, and infrastructure that transmit data via the Internet and are managed by software are the hallmark of both concepts.