Professional designing is a significant aspect of transportation, automotive and industrial sectors as it drives the innovation and development of these domains.
This sector is of prime significance in the future as companies pertaining to transportation; automotive or industrial segments are focusing at developing futuristic products. The employment opportunities in this sector are rising with time and the future will see a high increase in demand for designers who possess the skills required for creative ideation and are well versed with modern design tools and concepts.
Indian automotive market is witnessing a remarkable increase in automotive design centers being established.
According to Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the production of passenger vehicles in India is going to increase at 13% annual growth rate in 2012 – 2021. 3.23 million Vehicles were manufactured within 2012 – 2013.
Similarly, the aviation industry also requires designers who can help in developing aircrafts that perform better and are cost effective. This sector is also planning to enhance the passenger experience and contribute to economic growth by developing more airports and aircrafts.
Designing is a major aspect of various industrial segments. With the rising demand for creative designers, industrial designing is an ideal career choice. The major areas where industrial designers find opportunities to utilize their potential are Industrial Design Studios, Design Consultancy Companies, Accessory Design Companies, Furniture Design, Electronics Equipment manufacturers, Animation Studios, Entrepreneurship and more.
The chart below describes the designer’s ratio per discipline in percentage. The Industrial, automotive and retail design disciplines collectively employ around 22.63% of the total designer’s capacity in India.
The Indian Design Industry caters to various industry disciplines. The Industrial Design and Automotive & Retail Design discipline dominates with 25% share in the industry. The estimated 5% growth in industry share holding of the discipline is expected by 2015.