Dyson starts assembling new research teams here

Dyson moved its corporate headquarters from Britain to Singapore this year. The Straits Times got an exclusive tour of its two main facilities here.
The Dyson fluid dynamics lab, at the Singapore Technology Centre in Science Park, where product development and testing are done. The privately owned British company known for its bagless vacuum cleaners said last Thursday that it wants to more than doubl
The Dyson fluid dynamics lab, at the Singapore Technology Centre in Science Park, where product development and testing are done.PHOTO: DYSON
Some Dyson engineers outside the D9 laboratory in Malmesbury, Britain - (from left) Dr Mike Rendall, head of energy storage industrialisation; Dr Vincent Clerc, director of robotics research; Mr Duncan Smith, head of research in energy storage; and Mr Her
Some Dyson engineers outside the D9 laboratory in Malmesbury, Britain - (from left) Dr Mike Rendall, head of energy storage industrialisation; Dr Vincent Clerc, director of robotics research; Mr Duncan Smith, head of research in energy storage; and Mr Herve Dehareng, director of research programmes. ST PHOTO: POON CHIAN HUI

Technology company Dyson has started assembling new research teams here in line with the move to its new headquarters at St James Power Station in 2021.

The process, which began a few months ago, has seen the first team specialising in machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics formed, said Mr Bruce Brenner, director of technology scouting and energy storage at Dyson.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on December 02, 2019, with the headline 'Dyson starts assembling new research teams here'. Print Edition | Subscribe