< img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://px.ads.linkedin.com/collect/?pid=5123436&fmt=gif" /> Asia Photonics Expo (APE) | Shenzhen UBM Herong Exhibition Co., Ltd.-Cleanroom, Metrology labs

Optical Quasar Lab

Fifteen years ago, Dyson began its journey in Singapore with a small engineering team focused on creating the world's fastest, smallest digital electric motor. Singapore was chosen for its skilled workforce and supply chain capabilities in technology manufacturing. This venture, initially laden with challenges, eventually revolutionized global standards in home cleaning and hair styling, significantly reducing electricity consumption and material use in vacuum cleaners. Dyson's Singapore-made motors, now numbering over 100 million, reflect the country's dedication to innovation and engineering, a commitment further underscored by Singapore being Dyson's Global Headquarters. James Dyson's engineering career, rooted in design school, underscores the importance of unconventional thinking and boldness in problem-solving, principles central to Dyson's approach in research, design, and development. This philosophy drives Dyson's pioneering work in technology and is integral to the education of future engineers, fostering multidisciplinary skillsets in hardware and software integration. The collaboration with SUTD, supported by the James Dyson Foundation, aims to inspire young minds in engineering and science through hands-on experiences in advanced fields like Intelligent Robotics and Machine Learning. Dyson's commitment to nurturing future engineers is evident in their significant investment in engineering education in Singapore, emphasizing the importance of experimentation, embracing failure, and challenging norms in engineering and scientific innovation.