"Problem solving is a disease – it is a mountain to climb" James Dyson discusses Dyson's approach to engineering. Since Dyson released the first bagless vacuum cleaner in 1993, we have been solving the problems that others ignore. We engineer solutions to everyday problems, from capturing dirt and air pollution to reducing hair damage, driven by a relentless desire to make things work better. That's why only a Dyson works like a Dyson.
Earlier this year, Dyson engineers unveiled a unique portable air quality monitoring device built into a school bag. King's College London used the device as part of a study involving 250 children to understand daily exposure to PM2.5 and NO2 on the school run.
This week, they published the results. As a result of the study, 31% of children changed the way they commute to and from school, to reduce their exposure to air pollution.
The first of its kind in Italy, Gae Aulenti’s Dyson Demo Store is the sixth Dyson experience centre in the country, showcasing the full range of hair care, air treatment, lighting, and vacuum technology. Bringing the tech to life through interactive demos, shoppers can put the products to the test.
We are agents of change. We start by turning convention on its head. 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 2012 we were 3120 people. Today we're over 14,000. 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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