UK’s manufactures of household appliances Dyson said it will spend an extra $3.67 billion over the next five years on emerging technology and goods.
The investment would make it easier for the business to double the number of goods it offers and grow into new markets.
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Investments will be centered in Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the Philippines, concentrating on new technology.
In 2019, the corporation revealed it will set up its Singapore headquarters.
For the products like vacuum cleaners, air purifiers, and hair dryers, Dyson is world-famous.
Yet more technologists in fields like tech, computer learning, and robotics can pay for the latest spending.
The company said it will continue to invest in robotics research, next-generation motor technology, smart products, artificial learning, and networking.
The commercialization of Dyson’s solid-state battery technology, which is under production in the US, UK, Japan, and Singapore, would be another primary priority.
The organization says its software would be better, healthier, and longer-lasting than current alternatives.
In the UK, the firm said at its Hullavington Airfield Campus in Wiltshire that it will develop its robotics research and artificial intelligence initiatives.
Dyson will extend its advanced R&D facilities in Singapore, covering an increasing range of areas, including machine learning and robotics.
In Singapore, the organization will also set up a new university study program and is planning a new advanced manufacturing center.
Dyson had plans to build an electric vehicle in the city-state, but after deciding the car was not economically feasible, he scrapped the concept.
In Alabang, in the Philippines, the organization will also establish a new dedicated tech center.