Singapore

Singapore

Singapore is a key part of Dyson’s global engineering footprint.

Our Singapore story began in 2004. Its location is a base for advanced manufacturing in Asia. This alongside, the skilled workforce and world–class logistics infrastructure have all contributed to Dyson’s exponential regional growth. Today, more than 1000 Dyson people work across three locations. The Singapore Technology Centre is our new, state of the art technology hub. West Park is our advanced manufacturing centre. And Fusionopolis is our sales and marketing hub.

Singapore Technology Centre

In February 2017, we opened the doors to Dyson’s new Technology Centre in Singapore and are investing £330m in our future within Singapore.  The new facility has the latest development labs, bringing together the latest hardware and software expertise. Dyson plans to grow the Singapore-based engineering team by 50 per cent. Located in the heart of Singapore’s start-up community and next to the National University of Singapore, the new Centre’s engineering teams will focus developing new technologies for the future.

Dyson invests £7m a week in research and development and employs 3,500 engineers and scientists globally.  It has 1,100 people in Singapore split between its Technology Centre at Science Park I and its advanced digital motors manufacturing facility at West Park.  Dyson is seeking highly skilled engineers across a broad range of engineering disciplines including connectivity, motors, sensors, electronics, robotics, navigation, software and purification.

We have over more than 300 engineers working in engineering design and development facilities in Singapore. We are looking to increase the number significantly by 2020 alongside supply chain management, logistics, finance and HR professionals.

Good to know:

The nearest MRT is Kent Ridge and there’s an onsite café.

 

  

Fusionopolis, One-North

The South East Asia Commercial Hub is responsible for Dyson’s huge ambitions across Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. It needs to spread the Dyson story to hundreds of millions of homes.

As Dyson’s newest outpost, it’s small but growing fast. It’s already outgrown its first home and is today located in the heart of Singapore’s research and development centre – Fusionopolis. The new office has a raw concrete finish, accented with steel and glass, reflecting our industrial and engineering heritage.

The team itself is full of pioneering spirit, exploring the new and forging new paths – whatever it takes to turn Dyson into a household name across South East Asia.

Good to know:

One–North was master planned by architect Zaha Hadid.

 

 

West Park, Singapore Advanced Manufacturing

Dyson has invested £320m into its digital motor technology. And it is the £100m advanced manufacturing facility in the west of Singapore that produces the Dyson digital motor. It’s at the heart of many of our machines including the cord-free vacuum, the Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer and the Dyson Supersonic™ hair dryer.

The facility made its first motor in 2012 and today, has the capacity to produce 13m motors a year.

It’s an exciting, cutting–edge environment, where engineers and technicians work alongside highly automated and robotic production lines. Together they ensure that every motor is precision–made and delivers the quality and power that makes Dyson machines different.

Good to know:

There is a free two–way shuttle to the nearest MRT station, Pioneer.