Dyson, the global technology company, today announced that it will hire 250 engineers and scientists in Singapore over the next five years as part of its £2.75bn global investment in future technology. This will support its ambitions to enter entirely new fields, and develop a new generation of high-performing technology products with increasing intelligence.
This most recent investment illustrates the central role Singapore plays in Dyson’s ambitious plans in the fields of software, electronics, robotics, next generation motor technology, intelligent products, machine learning, connectivity, and cyber security.
As Dyson’s global headquarters, Singapore is a hub for Dyson’s engineering teams, as well as commercial, advanced manufacturing and supply chain operations. 1,400 Dyson people work in Singapore, nearly half of whom are engineers and scientists.
St James Power Station
Dyson will shortly move into St James Power Station. Restoration works have now been completed and work to equip the iconic 110,000sq ft. national monument as its new global headquarters is underway. St James Power Station will supercharge Dyson’s research and development capabilities, increasing its engineering footprint in Singapore more than two-fold.