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Dyson is a global research and technology company with engineering, research, development, manufacturing and testing operations in Singapore, the UK, Malaysia, Mexico, China and the Philippines. Having started in a coach house in the UK, Dyson has consistently grown since it was established in 1993. Today, it has a global headquarters in Singapore and two technology campuses in the UK spanning over 800 acres in Malmesbury and Hullavington. Since 1993, Dyson has invested more than £1bn in its Wiltshire offices and laboratories that house the early stage research, design and development of future Dyson technology. Dyson remains family-owned and employs over 13,000 people globally including a 5,000 strong engineering team. It sells products in 84 markets in over 300 Dyson Demo stores, 50 of which opened around the world in 2021 including a new Dyson Virtual Reality Demo Store.
Dyson is investing £2.75bn in the business to conceive revolutionary products and technologies, and in 2022 will spend £600m of this investment in technology, facilities, and laboratories. Dyson has global teams of engineers, scientists and software developers focused on the development of solid-state battery cells, high-speed electric digital motors, sensing and vision systems, robotics, machine learning technologies and A.I. investment. Since inventing the first cyclonic bagless vacuum cleaner - DC01- in 1993, Dyson has created problem solving technologies for haircare, air purification, robotics, lighting and hand drying.
The Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology is a new model for engineering education combining the academic rigour of a traditional university with hands-on and real-world experience of working on live product and technology projects inside a global technology company. Dyson’s 156 undergraduate engineers are paid a salary from day one and pay no tuition fees.
Founded in 2002, the James Dyson Foundation is an international charity that empowers aspiring engineers, supports engineering education and invests in medical research, donating over £140m to charitable causes to date. The James Dyson Award is the Foundation’s annual design competition and is open to current and recent design and engineering students. Since starting in 2005, the Award has supported more than 285 inventions worldwide, providing funds to support their commercialisation; 70% of James Dyson Award past global winners are following up and pursuing their inventions full time.
At NI, we Engineer Ambitiously. We celebrate creative problem solving. And we take our customer relationships to heart. We believe in the power and potential of making connections—between people, ideas, and technology. In fact, connection is central to everything we do. We constantly challenge ourselves to find those connections because that’s what creates a path forward for you to engineer the extraordinary today, tomorrow, and for the next 100 years. We’re here for you, for each other, and for the next generation of innovators who think bigger, aim higher, and go faster. It’s time. Let’s Engineer Ambitiously.
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Since the day we were founded in 1938 CN Rood has been on the cutting edge of technology. Enabling us to help you solve the challenges you encounter using the latest technological developments and insights.
C.N.Rood Group are the largest independent Test & Measurement supplier in the Nordics and Benelux.
Our almost 50 employees cover: Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg.
VI Technologies is a team of enthusiastic LabVIEW and TestStand specialists and National Instruments Silver alliance partner located in Weert, The Netherlands - or as we’d rather call it, the technology center of Europe. From Weert we provide our services to customers all around us, looking for solutions that take away borders; that open up possibilities. Enabling our clients to ensure effective production, product validation, product quality, and product safety. Increasing traceability options for smart problem solving, reducing subjective measurement or production costs.
Whatever the purpose of what we deliver, we know that creating meaningful software that makes machines measure, test, observe, recognize, sort, qualify, analyze and monitor can only be done by being close to our customers, working together with the right partners. We do not keep questions to ourselves. We consciously think out loud together with our colleagues and clients. Technology is not developed by technology, but by creative and dedicated people that love their jobs. That get excited by solving problems together as a team. And that come up with new applications for new challenges.
We make ideas work, together.
At Renishaw, we have spent nearly 50 years engineering change. Our company was established in 1973 by Sir David McMurtry and John Deer. Renishaw's first product, the touch-trigger probe, was invented by Sir David to solve a specific inspection requirement for the Olympus engines used in Concorde. This innovative product led to a revolution in three-dimensional co-ordinate measurement, enabling the accurate measurement of machined components and finished assemblies.
In 2017, William Lee, was appointed Chief Executive of Renishaw and he continues to drive the business forward to remain a worldwide leader in precision technology. We have diversified into sensors for CNC machine tools, used for automating machine tool setting operations and in-process part measurement, position encoders for accurate motion control, laser interferometry for machine performance evaluation, systems to produce dental crowns and bridges, Raman microscopes for spectral analysis of materials, gauging technology, metal additive manufacturing (3D printing), metrology fixturing systems, styli for probes and medical devices for neurosurgical applications.
We have a strong global presence, with 79 locations in 37 countries and over 90% of our sales are made outside the UK. Most of our R&D and manufacturing is carried out in the UK, with other manufacturing bases in France, Germany, India, Ireland and the USA.
Precision Acoustics are a leading global manufacturer of ultrasonic measurement equipment such as hydrophones, transducers, and test stations for use in the frequency range 40 kHz to 50 MHz. We offer a range of consultancy services for development of custom measurement devices and systems to medical, industrial and academic customers. Precision Acoustics have been using LabVIEW for more than 20 years to develop sophisticated control, acquisition and processing applications for both our own internal users and to meet a range of customer needs. In recent years, we have invested more heavily in the training and development of our software team through attendance at conferences and events such as GDevCon. As we expand our team and work on ever more complex projects, the graphical programming paradigm helps us work quickly and effectively across our business areas. We’re always on the lookout for new developers to join our team, so if you’re interested in what we do, don’t hesitate to contact us!
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