Malmesbury, SN16 0RP United Kingdom
When you have your own laboratory with fifteen employees working on humanoid robots as well as robotic vacuum cleaners, all on Sir James’ dime.
When you yearly offer an engineering award as with Dyson’s 2013 Award-Winning Robotic Arm (Titan), then you are much more than a vacuum manufacturer. Sir James is actually a robot developer without a commercial robot…yet!
Dyson was voted to the 2014 RBR50 on the basis of genius, bravado and derring-do, probably as the oldest robotics startup in existence. That he’s aggressive and feisty in taking on competitive humanoid robots, while his own lab has zero humanoid robots, must have been endearing enough to RBR50 voters to have lifted Dyson out of virtually nowhere on the robotics scene to visibility with lots of colleagues and fellow roboticists.
Welcome Sir James. What took you so long?
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