Technical illustration software is the automation in the visual representation of complex projects conveying visual information on projects. It consists of the features like technical drawing tools, sequencing tools, device agnostics, and others, it helps in understanding complex projects with accuracy eliminating unnecessary complexities. It allows the user to set the designs and perspective with the appropriate features required for conveying the information accurately and easily.This growth is primarily driven by Rising Demand for 3D Illustrations in Engineering Projects and Need for Automation with Increased Productivity and Enhanced Visual Specifications.
Globally, a noticeable market trend is evident Integration of Technical Illustration Software with Published Media, Magazines, Animations, Teaching Materials, etc. Major Players, such as PTC (United States), Adobe Illustrator (United States), Corel Corporation (Canada), Canvas X (United States), Lattice Technology Co., Ltd. (United States), Dassault Systemes (Catia Composer) (France), QuadriSpace (United States), Autodesk, Inc. (United States), SolidEdge (Siemens) (United States) and Ignite Enterprise Software Solutions, Inc. (United States) etc have either set up their manufacturing facilities or are planning to start new provision in the dominated region in the upcoming years.
Key Developments in the Market:
On 23rd April 2020, Canvas GFX, a venerable document creation program for business-to-business applications, has announced the launch of Canvas Unlimited for Universities. Like the name says, it is an unlimited license meaning that participants have access to the full Canvas portfolio, which includes Canvas X, Canvas X3, Canvas X GEO, and Canvas X Draw for macOS. Canvas GFX is making it available to universities for a low-cost annual subscription.
On 9th June 2020, CorelDRAW Technical Suite 2020 is the latest edition of Corelís comprehensive suite for specialized technical illustration and visual documentation. Featuring access to all-new collaboration capabilities, enhanced isometric drawing tools, and callout handling, as well as significant performance gains, CorelDRAW Technical Suite 2020 enables technical illustrators to accelerate their workflow with precision and control.
- Rising Demand for 3D Illustrations in Engineering Projects
- Need for Automation with Increased Productivity and Enhanced Visual Specifications
- Integration of Technical Illustration Software with Published Media, Magazines, Animations, Teaching Materials, etc
- The requirement of Highly Skilled Professionals for the Operation of Technical Illustration Software
Emerging Demand for the Technical Illustration Software from Aerospace and Automobile Sectors Due to the Complex Projects
Uncertain Technical Problems with Technical Illustration Software
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