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Engineering at Dyson is about solving problems other people ignore. So we draw our Research, Design and Development (RDD) people from a broad spectrum of engineering backgrounds and disciplines.

Radical re-thinkers

Dyson employs more than 4,400 engineers and scientists. Not bound by the rules of conventional thinking, they're dedicated to inventing and improving Dyson machines, obsessed by performance and excited by the new.

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Dyson has established itself as a pioneering global technology company. Our software experts help transform the way Dyson owners interact with their machines.

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Our Research people obsess over finding new ways of doing things better. Working with our New Product Innovation (NPI) engineers, Dyson researchers help us stay one step ahead.

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Product Development

When a concept reaches our New Product Development (NPD) engineers, it starts to take shape. Through relentless testing and iterations, we develop our machines until they're ready for manufacturing.

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Dyson’s always looking to the future. Our Robotics teams work at the forefront of the technology to create intelligent machines that solved problems other ignore.

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Machine Learning

The science of teaching our machines to learn and evolve is a collaborative mission, our ambitions for the future mean we're continuing to expand our Machine learning team at Dyson.

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Manufacturing teams at Dyson thrive on tackling increasingly complex challenges to deliver millions of products globally every year.

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Did you know?

We’re the kind of company that cuts a mini in half. For James Dyson’s birthday one year, Dyson engineers gave him a 1961 Austin Mini. Cut in half. Innards exposed and all. The design classic is now on site at our Malmesbury campus for all to admire the work of engineering hero Alec Issigonis.