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Dyson reveals domestic robot plans

Investment at Hullavington airfield
By Sarah Pearce,
Wiltshire-based Dyson has shown off a series of prototype robots it’s developing, and announced plans to hire hundreds of engineers over the next five years in order to build robots capable of household chores.

The company also revealed plans to build the UK’s largest, most advanced, robotics centre at Hullavington Airfield. The company said it was accelerating the development of an autonomous device capable of household chores and other tasks.

A film, which was also released on social media, catches the latest developments of Dyson-designed robotic hands grasping objects, indicating that the tech company is moving beyond robotic floor-based vacuums.

Read more by clicking here.
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Dyson reveals domestic robot plans

Investment at Hullavington airfield
By Sarah Pearce,
Wiltshire-based Dyson has shown off a series of prototype robots it’s developing, and announced plans to hire hundreds of engineers over the next five years in order to build robots capable of household chores.

The company also revealed plans to build the UK’s largest, most advanced, robotics centre at Hullavington Airfield. The company said it was accelerating the development of an autonomous device capable of household chores and other tasks.

A film, which was also released on social media, catches the latest developments of Dyson-designed robotic hands grasping objects, indicating that the tech company is moving beyond robotic floor-based vacuums.

Read more by clicking here.

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Dyson reveals domestic robot plans

Investment at Hullavington airfield
By Sarah Pearce,
Wiltshire-based Dyson has shown off a series of prototype robots it’s developing, and announced plans to hire hundreds of engineers over the next five years in order to build robots capable of household chores.

The company also revealed plans to build the UK’s largest, most advanced, robotics centre at Hullavington Airfield. The company said it was accelerating the development of an autonomous device capable of household chores and other tasks.

A film, which was also released on social media, catches the latest developments of Dyson-designed robotic hands grasping objects, indicating that the tech company is moving beyond robotic floor-based vacuums.

Read more by clicking here.

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