Get to know the UK’s Design and Modelling Technologies industry and the companies providing technological products and services that support design, prototyping and production. View company data, industry trends, market size, key verticals, financials and download our free sector report today.
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The Design and Modelling Technologies industry encompasses the UK’s companies that specialise in products and services related to design.
This sector includes those working or supporting prototyping, design and production, and ranges from 3D modelling, computer aided design (CAD), digital twins and even those working with augmented and virtual reality (AR / VR). Design and Modelling Technologies are particularly important in the manufacturing process, within engineering and in the design and construction of buildings.
Design and Modelling Technologies sector summary
Key information you should know about the Design and Modelling Technologies sector from our AI-driven platform of over 5 million companies:
- Design and Modelling Technologies has turnover of £19.86bn, meaning it is our 32nd largest RTIC, and our 38th fastest growing sector.
- The Design and Modelling Technologies sector is one of the top 10 fastest growing recipients of Innovate UK grants.
- On average the roles advertised in this sector are 36.21% lower than the UK’s average salary.
Design and Modelling Technologies verticals
Our Design and Modelling Technologies RTIC is made up of 4 individual industry verticals, including verticals such as 3D Modelling and Scanning, Computer Aided Design, Digital Twins. You can find out more about the verticals by buying a report, visualising the sector on our platform, or by downloading the data.
- Sector Code Description Records
- RTIC0059 Design and Modelling Technologies 1640 companies
Companies providing technological products and services that support design, prototyping and production.
- Design and Modelling Technologies: 3D Modelling and Scanning614 companies
Companies providing the technology and/or services that enable 3D modelling and professional image rendering
- Design and Modelling Technologies: Computer Aided Design874 companies
Companies producing and/or applying computer applications that facilitate the design process.
- Design and Modelling Technologies: Digital Twins342 companies
Companies developing the technology and expertise that support the creation of digital twins
- Design and Modelling Technologies: XReality252 companies
Companies applying augmented, virtual or mixed reality technologies to aid design processes
Design and Modelling Technologies industry growth
We estimate that the UK Design and Modelling Technologies sector could be worth approximately £24.2bn by 2027, based on the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4%. Below you can see the five year turnover forecast for the RTIC from 2023 to 2027.
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– Geographic analysis & breakdown
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