"Dyson is to home appliances as Apple is to tech. Everything they touch turns to gold."
James Dyson Award national UK winner 2018 is O-Wind. O-Wind has redesigned the wind turbine creating an omnidirectional, single axis turbine that takes advantage of horizontal and vertical winds, without requiring steering. It has the potential to be used in urban environments to generate sustainable electricity.
Another milestone in the life of Dyson! Today we opened "The Roundhouse". This facility completes Dyson Village on the Malmesbury campus – a beautiful, inspiring space for Undergraduates to live, study and socialise with new facilities including a bar and café for the whole campus to enjoy. The 62 residential pods arc out around this focal point, which offers stunning views of the Wiltshire countryside – a striking setting for the Institute’s new hub.
In the words of the Institute's Director Duncan Piper:
"The spirit of problem-solving, audacious dreaming that defines our culture, is the same one which has made The Dyson Institute possible... the future of the engineering industry."
We are agents of change.
We start by turning convention on it's head. We're family owned, beholden to no one, so we can forge our own path - different and authentic.
Never satisfied, we constantly strive to find a better way. We solve problems that others choose to ignore with ingenious new technologies that defy convention and simply work better. In 1993, James Dyson launched the first bag-less vacuum cleaner but a lot has changed since then. As we continue to grow, we’re exploring new frontiers and traversing the unknown.
In 2012 we were 3120 people. Today we're over 12,500. Our future is bright and the next few years are set to be our busiest yet as we continue to innovate and disrupt with new categories, new machines and launching more demo stores all over the world. This gives us the opportunity to bring all our technologies together into a single product.
We never have and never will stand still.
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